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Wed, 02/06/2013 - 10:04 Thomas Binder

It is part of human nature to be fascinated by extremes, by the unusual or the bizarre. Why should it be different in echocardiography?

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Thu, 01/31/2013 - 00:00 Rene Prancl

Today’s topic will show you how echocardiograms can change over time and what this means for the patient. Learn everything you need to know.

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Wed, 01/16/2013 - 10:54 Thomas Binder

An unusual additional finding in this patient was that his left ventricular function was also poor - something one wouldn't expect in a right heart pathology.

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Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:44 Thomas Binder

Fred is a real motorcycle aficionado. He has a passion for the feeling of freedom when cruising the streets of Lower Austria on his Suzuki.

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Wed, 01/02/2013 - 09:28 Thomas Binder

It is common wisdom that the direction of a regurgitant jet reveals the mechanism of mitral regurgitation: a posterior/lateral jet direction suggests
a flail leaflet or prolapse of the anterior leaflet, whereas a jet oriented in anterior/medial direction is indicative of a flail or prolapsing posterior leaflet.

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Wed, 12/19/2012 - 16:16 Thomas Binder

I like photography. With a simple click you can capture a precious moment, create emotions, or tell a story. Take a look at the following photo and you'll see what I mean

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Wed, 12/12/2012 - 00:00 Thomas Binder

Echocardiography is usually performed in the dark, but sometimes it makes sense to turn the lights on.

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Wed, 12/05/2012 - 12:55 Andi Schober

It has been said that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly's wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the globe (Chaos Theory).

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Thu, 11/29/2012 - 16:14 Thomas Binder

Christmas is coming and we all like surprises. But that's not true of the patient I will present to you today. Read on and find out why.

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Tue, 11/20/2012 - 22:49 Thomas Binder

Complexity scares us. It tends to defy our comprehension skills. However, we sometimes make things more complex than they actually are.

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