Gensini score

Gensini score

Cardiology A scoring system for evaluating collateral circulation of the coronary arteries
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[7] reported that CHADS2, [CHA.sup.2][DS.sub.2]-VASc, and especially [CHA.sup.2][DS.sub.2]-VASc-HS scores could be considered predictive of the risk of severe CAD determined by the Gensini score among patients undergoing diagnostic coronary angiography who were in sinus rhythm.
Table-I: Correlation between Gensini score as well as left ventricular structure and function.
The severity of coronary artery stenosis was quantified based on coronary angiography using Gensini score. They were further divided into mild CHD group with its Gensini score <26 (n = 36), moderate CHD group with its Gensini score being 26-54 (n = 48) and severe CHD group with its Gensini score >54 (n = 36).
(9.) Sayin MR, Cetiner MA, Karabag T, Dogan SM, Aydin M, Yavuz N, The relationship between the Gensini score and complete blood count parameters in coronary artery disease.
The most robust study (20), which included 399 patients and used the Gensini score, found no correlation between these variables.
The Gensini score considering the extent and severity of the lesions at coronary angiography was calculated for each patient [14].
The neutrophile to lymphocyte ratio and mean platelet volume with Gensini score in patients with acute myocardial infarction.
Moreover, clinical data on the association of ABO blood groups with severity of CAD have shown that ABO blood groups were significantly related to severity of CAD, non-O blood group was found to be the independent predictors of high SYNTAX score [5], and O blood group was shown as a protective factor of high Gensini score [6].
The number of lesions and severity and anatomic localization of the obstruction were assessed by the Gensini score (12).
We conducted a case-control study of 560 patients with newly diagnosed angiographically documented PCAD and an equal number of control patients with normal coronary arteries (no luminal stenosis at coronary angiography; Gensini score = 0).