About this Site

The ability to obtain and interpret angiograms is an essential component of medical education, especially for cardiologists, cardiology fellows, advanced practice providers, and catheterization laboratory personnel. Unfortunately, learners often do not gain much exposure to angiograms until they assume their designated roles within the cardiac catheterization laboratory.

 

Project goals

  • To improve learner understanding of congenital angiography and cardiac catheterization
  • To improve learner ability to identify commonly observed pathologies both prior to and following surgical and catheter-based interventions
  • To improve learner identification of commonly used catheters and devices by angiography
 

Target audience

  • Congenital cardiology fellows
  • Pediatric residents
  • Medical students
  • Advanced practice providers with interest in pediatric cardiology
  • Congenital cardiac catheterization laboratory personnel
 

Disclaimer

This website is intended for medical education only. It is not intended for diagnostic purposes. By using this website, you agree with these Terms and Conditions.

 

Acknowledgements

The creators of this website are grateful to the Rainbow Babies and Children's Foundation, who provided grant funding for this project. Thanks also to The Congenital Heart Collaborative at UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital and Nationwide Children's Hospital for their support. A special thank you to our growing list of contributors, without whom much of this work would not be possible.

 

From the Creators of AngioAtlas

Thank you for visiting AngioAtlas. We appreciate your commitment to learning and applaud your efforts to improve your skills in the angiography of congenital heart disease. We hope you will find this a useful tool regardless of where you are in your medical career. This is an ongoing project and we will be adding angiograms as they become available, so please check back often. If there are any lesions or interventions you would like to see added, please let us know. We also invite you to contribute to AngioAtlas and appreciate your support as we work together to develop what we hope will be a valuable educational resource. Thanks for stopping by!

Renelle S. George, MD

Pediatric Cardiology Fellow

UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

 

Martin Bocks, MD

Director, Pediatric Interventional Cardiology

UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine