Epicardial Adipose Tissue Is Associated with Plaque Burden and Composition and Provides Incremental Value for the Prediction of Cardiac Outcome. A Clinical Cardiac Computed Tomography Angiography Study - Fig 4


<p><b>A</b>: Patients with >1 plaque (group 3, n = 71) exhibit significantly higher epicardial adipose tissue (eCAT) volumes compared to patients without any plaque (group 1, n = 68) or only one plaque (group 2, n = 13). <b>B/C</b>: Analysis per tertiles reveals an increase of total plaque volume (<b>A</b>) and maximum coronary luminal narrowing (<b>B</b>) for higher eCAT (epicardial adipose tissue) volumes. (bars: median ± interquartile range, IQR)</p

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