Here is an unfortunate case of a patient who developed a stroke after implantation of a LV Assist Device (LVAD).
Life threatening case of endocarditis – Have you ever seen this complication?
This case demonstrates how important a postoperative echo can be.
The following case shows a patient with the worst RVF I ever saw.
The first case is that of a 45-year-old patient with palpitations, weight loss and shortness of breath.
The recent rise of AI in various industries has sparked discussions in the medical community, including the future of sonography. Which impact will it have on all of us? Do we need to worry?
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?