It is part of human nature to be fascinated by extremes, by the unusual or the bizarre. Why should it be different in echocardiography?
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.
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.
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.
It is common wisdom that the direction of a regurgitant jet reveals the mechanism of mitral regurgitation...
Ultrasound Case: I like photography. With a simple click you can capture a precious moment, create emotions, or tell a story...
Echocardiography is usually performed in the dark, but sometimes it makes sense to turn the lights on.
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).
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.
Complexity scares us. It tends to defy our comprehension skills. However, we sometimes make things more complex than they actually are.