In this chapter you will learn to understand the hemodynamics of “volume overload” and learn more about our integrative approach towards assessing aortic regurgitation. You will see more than others by following our step-by-step approach.
Understanding the pathophysiology of AR
What causes AR
What findings can be seen with echo in AR
How to quantify aortic regurgitation with Doppler
What are the limitations of echo in assessment of AR
A few weeks ago I promised to show you a few more spectacular echoes - so-called record breakers in respect of the severity or uniqueness of pathologies. Well, here are some more cases that are difficult to beat. This is the first one:
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