The following case is something you might not see very frequently, but we promise, you will never forget this diagnostic entity in your whole life.
A 22 year old drug addict with hepatitis C presents with, fever, multiple pulmonary infiltrates and a systolic murmur. What is your first thought?
In this echo case, we will teach you how to best image the aorta, how to put clinical information into perspective and how to become a true echo expert.
Mausi was absolutely adorable, her favorite pastime was to hang around in the yard and play with kids. But one day she simply preferred to stay at home.
Today I would like to test YOUR ECG skills. Lets see if you can match the ECG to the echocardiogram of the same patient. Learn everything you need to know.
Today I would like to report about a patient I saw several years ago during a cardiac training program I attended in the beautiful south of Europe.
Mr. Frank, a 64-year old former postal worker was glad that "the worst was over". He was not very excited finding out that his mitral valve was leaking.
“Heart murmur” is probably one of the most common reasons for referral to the echo lab...
A 47-year-old carpenter came to the cardiologist’s office with mild to moderate dyspnea. The ECG showed an infero-lateral myocardial infarction.
This is the first in a series of interesting echo cases.