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.
The following new articles have just been published in CVIR Endovascular.
CVIR Endovascular is delighted to announce the 2021 CVIR Endovascular award winners.
Congratulations to these outstanding authors and reviewers!
Thank you for joining us on Sep. 21 for this year’s virtual reception hosted by Jim Reekers (CVIR Endovascular Editor-in-Chief) and Klaus Hausegger (CVIR Editor-in-Chief)!
Take your future into your own hands and join the CVIR Endovascular Reviewer Forum!
With this initiative, CVIR Endovascular offers young IRs the opportunity to make the step in becoming an Editorial Board Member. Click here for details!
Guest editors Alex Barnacle and Anne Marie Cahill have put together an article collection dedicated to paediatric IR. Make sure to read the articles, and feel free to share them with your peers.
We recently caught up with some of our authors to find out what their experience about publishing with CVIR Endovascular was like.
Find out what they had to say here.
CIRSE offers a 15% discount on the article processing charge to corresponding authors who are CIRSE members in good standing. To apply for this discount, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before you submit your article.
Note that this discount cannot be combined with an institutional discount, or used for already published articles.
We are proud to annouce that CVIR Endovascular is now indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
ESCI is a database of the Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics).
Corresponding authors affiliated with more than 750 German universities or research institutions, are entitled to publish open access in CVIR Endovascular with the
APC fees covered by the German DEAL agreement. All details about the agreement can be found here.
Adrenal vein sampling is a technique which is very much underused, and should be familiar to all vascular IR’s. This paper gives a very comprehensive overview of the technique and results. Enjoy the read!