Can you judge which of the left atria shown in our case is visually enlarged?
Let’s look at a patient's case that nicely demonstrates the most common symptoms and typical echo features of patients with amyloid heart disease.
A 37 yo woman comes to the emergency department at 4 am with massive cramps in her lower abdomen. The gynecologist on duty performed a transvaginal ultrasound – Let’s have a look!
You will frequently only need one or two views to know the problem in emergencies. Can you make the diagnosis in the following case?
Are you ready for a scary ultrasound? For our Halloween Edition, we have a scary ultrasound image for you to look at!
Ready for more animal teaching points? But don’t “jump” to a conclusion too quickly!
A storyline with sequence of events to assess cardiac filling and fluid responsiveness.
We have another Challenge for you: Can you detect animals in the brain?
Are you ready for a real “big” teaching point in our Ultrasound Animal Challenge?
Are you ready for more ultrasound teaching points related to animals? Are you good with reptiles?