Most Cited Articles of Structural Heart

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Structural Heart: The Journal of the Heart Team is an international and peer-reviewed journal focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the heart valves, myocardium, and great vessels, as well as congenital heart disease. Topics covered include: transcatheter procedures; cardiovascular surgery; drug treatment; basic and translational science; imaging in structural heart disease; and innovation (new devices, therapies, First-in-Man). Original research, symposia, clinical reviews and updates, editorial commentary, and letters are regular features, with occasional publication of opinion pieces and commentary. Structural Heart also publishes consensus documents and white papers with recommendations on current topics in cardiovascular disease. It is published by Taylor & Francis and owned by the Cardiovascular Research Foundation.

Below are the Most-Cited Articles from the journal. The articles will be available with free access via this page only until 31 December 2020. 

Most Cited Articles

Article Title Author Journal Title Volume Issue
Clinical or Symptomatic Leaflet Thrombosis Following Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: Insights from the U.S. FDA MAUDE DatabaseAbdul Moiz Hafiz MD, Ankur Kalra MD, Ronnie Ramadan MD, Marie-France Poulin MD, Ali Andalib MD, Colin T. Phillips MD, Deepak L. Bhatt MD, MPH, Michael J. Reardon MD, Neal S. Kleiman MD & Jeffrey J. Popma MDStructural Heart 15-6 (2017)
A Step-by-Step Guide to Fully Percutaneous Transaxillary Transcatheter Aortic Valve ReplacementMoses Mathur MD, MSc, Sandeep K. Krishnan MD, Dmitry Levin, Gabriel Aldea, Mark Reisman MD & James M. McCabe MDStructural Heart15-6 (2017)
Biomarkers in Aortic Stenosis: A Systematic ReviewBjörn Redfors MD, PhD, Ariel Furer MD, Brian R. Lindman MD, Daniel Burkhoff MD, Guillaume Marquis-Gravel MD, Dominic P. Francese MPH, Ori Ben-Yehuda MD, Philippe Pibarot DVM, PhD, Linda D. Gillam MD, MPH, Martin B. Leon MD & Philippe Généreux MDStructural Heart 11-2 (2017)
Standardized Minimalistic Transfemoral Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Using the SAPIEN 3 Device: Stepwise Description, Feasibility, and Safety from a Large Consecutive Single-Center Single-Operator CohortAntonio H. Frangieh MD, MPH, Ilka Ott MD, PhD, Jonathan Michel MBBS, Anupama Shivaraju MD, Michael Joner MD, N. Patrick Mayr MD, Christian Hengstenberg MD, Oliver Husser MD, PhD, Costanza Pellegrini MD, Heribert Schunkert MD, Adnan Kastrati MD & Albert Markus Kasel MDStructural Heart13-4 (2017)
Bicuspid Aortic Valve Disease: New InsightsArnold C. T. Ng MBBS, PhD, William Y. S. Wang MBBS, MMed, PhD, Victoria Delgado MD, PhD & Jeroen J. Bax MD, PhDStructural Heart 11-2 (2017)
A Paradox between LV Mass Regression and Hemodynamic Improvement after Surgical and Transcatheter Aortic Valve ReplacementAna Kadkhodayan MD, Grace Lin MD, Jeffrey J. Popma MD, Michael J. Reardon MD, Stephen H. Little MD, David H. Adams MD, Richard Marcus MD, Sonia Henry MD, Michael T. Baker MD, Neal S. Kleiman MD, G. Michael Deeb MD, Jian Huang MD & Jae K. Oh MDStructural Heart 11-2 (2017)
Evaluation of Left Atrial Function: Current StatusBrian D. Hoit MD, FACCStructural Heart 13-4 (2017)
Approaches to the Role of The Heart Team in Therapeutic Decision Making for Heart Valve DiseaseChristiaan F. J. Antonides MD, Michael J. Mack MD & A. Pieter Kappetein MD, PhDStructural Heart 15-6 (2017)
Cardiac Unloading with an Implantable Interatrial Shunt in Heart Failure: Serial Observations in an Ovine Model of Ischemic CardiomyopathyNeal L. Eigler MD, Carlos L. del Rio PhD, Stefan Verheye MD, PhD, Patrick I. McConnell MD, Scott M. Lilly MD, Robert George DVM, Robert L. Hamlin DVM, PhD, Yukie Ueyama DVM, Bradley L. Youngblood DVM, Sergio Shkurovich PhD, Gad Keren MD & William T. Abraham MDStructural Heart 11-2 (2017)
Valvuloarterial Impedance Predicts Heart Failure Readmissions in Patients Undergoing Transcatheter Aortic Valve ReplacementAishwarya Bhardwaj MD, Tharmathai Ramanan MD, MHSc, Charl Khalil MD, Michael Pham DO, Everett Sinibaldi MD, Rosemary Hansen DNP, Shannon Baldo RN, Gerald Colern ANP, Abhishek C. Sawant MD, MPH, John Corbelli MD, Stanley Fernandez MD, PhD & Vijay Iyer MD, PhDStructural Heart 15-6 (2017)

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Article Title Author Journal Title Volume Issue
Interventional Imaging for Structural Heart Disease: Challenges and New Frontiers of an Emerging Multi-disciplinary FieldDee Dee Wang MD, Jeffrey B. Geske, Andrew D. Choi MD, James C. Lee MD, Omar K. Khalique MD, Sameer Gafoor MD, Kimberly Atianzar MD, Phillip Blanke MD, Stephen H. Little MD, Paul Sorajja MD, William W. O’Neill MD & João L. Cavalcante MDStructural Heart33 (2019)
Transcatheter Annuloplasty for Mitral Regurgitation with an Adjustable Semi-Rigid Complete Ring: Initial Experience with the Millipede IRIS DeviceJason H. Rogers MD, Walter D. Boyd MD, Thomas W. R. Smith MD, Adrian A. Ebner MD, Eberhard Grube MD & Steven F. Bolling MDStructural Heart21 (2018)
Socioeconomic Disparities in Access for Watchman Device Insertion in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation and at Elevated Risk of BleedingDaniel F. Kupsky MD, Dee Dee Wang MD, Marvin Eng MD, Neil Gheewala MD, Asaad Nakhle MD, Fawaz Georgie MD, Rajan Shah MD, Janet Wyman DNP, Meredith Mahan, Adam Greenbaum MD & William W. O’Neill MDStructural Heart32 (2019)

Editor-in-Chief : Anthony N. DeMaria, MD University of California, San Diego, CA 
Deputy Editor: Ori Ben-Yehuda, MD Cardiovascular Research Foundation , New York, NY

Volume 3, 2019, 6 Issues per year
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