|Recommendation||Grade of Recommendation∗|
|While facilitated or semi-automated work-flows may be used, the interpreter analyzing the imaging must be able to confirm the accuracy of the generated vessel centerline and perform manual corrections if required.||Strong|
|The minimal luminal diameter along both the right and left iliofemoral system should be provided including the anatomical location to the level of the expected puncture site||Strong|
|All areas of >270° calcification in the iliofemoral arteries should be reported||Strong|
|Calcification located anteriorly at the site of probable puncture should be reported.||Strong|
|The report should include a clear description of all vascular pathologies including aneurysms, dissection, and occlusions.||Strong|
|Reporting of the coronary arteries for severity of coronary artery disease can be considered in appropriately selected patients, if image quality is of diagnostic quality||Strong|
|The presence and course of anomalous coronary arteries should be reported.||Strong|
|CT images should be reviewed for incidental findings||Strong|
|Extracardiac findings should be reviewed and reported in the context of the healthcare environment and health status of the patient||Strong|
|Significant findings should be included in the dictated report and when appropriate verbally communicated to the Heart team.||Strong|
CT = computed tomography; SOV = sinus of valsalva; STJ = sinotubular junction; TAVI = transcatheter aortic valve implantation; TAVR = transcatheter aortic valve replacement.
↵∗ Based on level of consensus.