CVIR Endovascular

CVIR Endovascular is the multidisciplinary open access journal

of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of

Europe (CIRSE). It is the first open peer-reviewed journal in

the field of endovascular interventions and is intended for all

specialists working in the field of endovascular treatment.


CVIR Endovascular is indexed in: Google Scholar, EMBASE, CNKI,

DOAJ, EBSCO Discovery Service, OCLC WorldCat Discovery Service,

ProQuest-ExLibris Primo, ProQuest-ExLibris Summon


Newest Articles

Case Report

Bladder wall and surrounding tissue necrosis following bilateral superselective embolization of internal iliac artery branches due to uncontrollable haematuria related to bladder tumor: case report

Andrey Tarkhanov, Gabriel Bartal, Sergey Druzhin, Rafael Shakhbazyan, Evgenii Grebenev and Maxim Kartashov


Original Article

Catheter-directed thrombolysis versus percutaneous mechanical thrombectomy in the management of acute limb ischemia: a single center review

Ravi Kumar Muli Jogi, Karthikeyan Damodharan, Hing Lun leong, Allison Chek Swee Tan, Sivanathan Chandramohan, Nanda Kumar Karaddi Venkatanarasimha, Farah Gillan Irani, Ankur Patel, Apoorva Gogna, Kiang Hiong Tay and Thijs August Johan Urlings


Case Report
Replaced gastroduodenal artery with continuation as accessory left hepatic artery: a rare anatomical variant
Jesse Chen, Amit Ramjit and Noor Ahmad


Review Article

Trans-arterial embolisation (TAE) in haemorrhagic pelvic injury: review of management and mid-term outcome of a major trauma centreAmir Awwad, Permesh Singh Dhillon, Greg Ramjas, Said B. Habib and Waleed Al-Obaydi


Case Report

Radiofrequency wire ‘power wire’ recanalization of calcified chronically occluded inferior vena cava

Abhijit Salaskar, Michael Ferra, Harish Narayanan, Rishi Sood, Daniel Scher, Albert Chun, Anthony Venbrux and Shawn Sarin



Featured article

Combined glue embolization and excision for the treatment of venous malformations


Conservative treatment options for extremity and truncal venous malformations may be prescribed when symptoms are mild. However, as symptoms worsen, invasive therapy may be required. Combined glue embolization followed by immediate excision is an effectively treatment in a single-stage fashion for extremity and truncal VMs.




New webinar on how to review by Prof. Jim Reekers

Peer review is a good opportunity for early career researchers to play a role in the research community and gain valuable experience to help improve your own research writing. If you would like to get involved in peer review and are looking for tips on how to deliver a great review for CVIR Endovascular, we invite you to watch the new webinar produced by Prof. Jim Reekers, Editor-in-Chief.


Call for papers: Review articles

Would you like to report on a specialized topic of your interest addressing a specific question through a systematic assessment of research relevant to field of endovascular treatment and procedures? If you need funding for your open access fee, contact Prof. Jim Reekers with your proposal at and ask for a waiver!


Direct transfer of good papers from CVIR to CVIR Endovascular!

Good papers, and especially Case Reports submitted to CVIR and not accepted due to CVIR's limited page budget will be automatically transferred to CVIR Endovascular for consideration. CVIR Endovascular is an online only journal and has no space limit.


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CVIR Endovascular was created as a platform to publish papers focused on endovascular treatment and to keep the endovascular community updated through a continuous stream of publications.



What is Open Access?


CVIR Endovascular is an online open access journal. It gives your research the opportunity to reach more audience! A published paper is freely available for everyone, immediately after publication.

Click here to read more.

What is Open Peer-Review?


CVIR Endovascular is an online open access journal. It gives your research the opportunity to reach more audience! A published paper is freely available for everyone, immediately after publication.

Click here to read more.