CACS

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CACSCancer Anorexia-Cachexia Syndrome (oncology)
CACSCanadian Active Control System
CACSCenter for Advanced Computer Studies
CACSComputer Audit, Control and Security
CACSCriteria Air Contaminants
CACSCoronary Artery Calcium Scoring
CACSCarrier Access Corporation (stock symbol)
CACSComprehensive Automobile Traffic Control System (Japan)
CACSCenter for Alaskan Coastal Studies
CACSCommand and Control Squadron
CACSCommand and Control System
CACSChinese-American Chemical Society
CACSCentralized Air Conditioning System
CACSCentro Acadêmico de Ciências Sociais
CACSCanadian Association of Cultural Studies
CACSCenter for Applied Cancer Science (Boston, MA)
CACSCapital Area Carcinoid Survivors
CACSCalifornia Association of College Stores
CACSComputer Assisted Collection System (Sprint)
CACSCanadian Association of Curriculum Studies
CACSCenter for Advising and Career Services
CACSCanadian Association of Computer Science
CACSCreative Arts Charter School (California)
CACSCasa Allegra Community Services
CACSCentre for Advanced Construction Studies
CACSChippewa Area Catholic Schools (Chippewa Falls, WI)
CACSCommission on Applied and Clinical Sociology
CACSCollective Against Consensual Sanity
CACSCommuter Affairs and Community Service
CACSCenter for Atmospheric Chemistry Studies
CACSComprehensive Ambulatory Care Classification System
CACSCentre for Australian Cultural Studies
CACSCanadian Anglican Cursillo Secretariat
CACSCouncil on Applied Chiropractic Sciences
CACSCodman Academy Charter School (Massachusetts)
CACSContract Audit Closing Statement (DCAA)
CACSColorado Arts & Crafts Society
CACSCentre Administration Commerce et Secrétariat
CACSCenter for Advanced Clinical Studies
CACSChemically Active Concrete Stain
CACSCertificate of Advanced Counseling Studies
CACSCustomer Administration Communication System
CACSComponents, Architectures and Configurable Systems
CACSCall Admission Control Scheme
CACSContinuous Aerodynamic Control Surface
CACSComputational Acoustics
CACSCarondelet Area Community School (Missouri)
CACSContainment Air Cooling System
CACSCoast Artillery Commands
CACSCoding Automation & Communication Systems CO., Ltd.
CACSCustomized Auto Credit Services, Inc.
CACSCentralized Alarm and Control System
CACSCritical Area Commission Staff
CACSChlorine Alkali Control System
CACSChurch Association of Community Service
CACSClub d'Astronomie du Collège Sismondi
CACSCenter for Applied Cognitive Science
CACSCentre of Automated Combat Systems (Hellenic Navy; Greece)
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Coronary artery calcium scoring is performed with a low-radiation CT scan that reveals calcium deposits in the coronary arteries.
In coronary artery calcium scoring studies, many patients continued to smoke, eat the wrong foods and not exercise.
But even with coronary calcium, I think we're too early in the evaluation process to recommend routine use beyond standard risk measurement." Indeed, coronary artery calcium scoring gets a class IIa recommendation (meaning it's reasonable for cardiovascular risk assessment) only in asymptomatic adults who are at intermediate risk, as defined by their global Framingham-type risk assessment, with an estimated 10%-20% risk of a cardiovascular event in the next 10 years.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The results of a new research showed that imaging epicardial adipose tissue, or the layer of fat around the heart, can provide extra information compared with standard diagnostic techniques such as coronary artery calcium scoring.
Washington, Mar 16 (ANI): The layer of fat around the heart can provide extra information compared with standard diagnostic techniques such as coronary artery calcium scoring, say scientists.
Evidence has accumulated regarding newer CAD diagnostic tools, such as CT angiography, coronary artery calcium scoring, and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging.
Coronary artery calcium scoring by CT can be considered as a useful tool in the evaluation of asymptomatic patients with an intermediate risk of coronary heart disease but not those with low or high risk, according to expert consensus.
Coronary artery calcium scoring by CT can be a useful tool in the evaluation of asymptomatic patients with an intermediate risk of coronary heart disease but not those with low or high risk, according to expert consensus.
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