What is the structure adjacent to the ascending aorta? Can you solve the following „echo mystery“?
Are you ready for some important teaching points? Can you solve the following „echo mystery“?
Imaging depth does exactly what it sounds like - it describes how far into the body you can look with your ultrasound machine. It is measured in centimeters and starts at the surface of the transducer, which is usually resting on the patient's skin.
Here are four more common congenital anomalies. Again, we will give you valuable imaging tips to help you assess these pathologies with echocardiography.
There you are – you finished your education and finally can do what you love: You can use diagnostic ultrasound to help your patients!
Ever wondered what speckle tracking is all about? This video will give you a quick overview of the basics of speckle tracking.
Sometimes the shape of the ventricle already shows what pathology your patient might have. Prof. Binder will show you some examples.
In this video, Prof. Binder demonstrates how to get a parasternal short-axis view in a live model and what structures you can find here.
Do you know what you should look for on the echocardiography in patients with the referral “congenital defect”? Often these patients look fine and don’t know which defect they have.
As sonographers, we try to get an appreciation of a 3D structure in the patient’s body using a 2D screen, which means our hand holding the transducer is constantly moving.