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Today, we want you to just look at the first two images and try to guess what this post is all about.
A patient with dilated cardiomyopathy who's in heart failure class III-IV. His left ventricular function is really poor and he has severe mitral regurgitation.
This is the first of two newsletters in which I would like to "play" a similar game with you. I will call it the "where is the pathology" game.
As specialist we always tend to focus on our own field of expertise and we often neglect things that we are not so familiar with. Get our Free Echo Course now.
As echocardiographers, we tend to think that a thorough exam and a well-written report is all we need.
Jérôme had learned from the best cooks in France. At only 45 years of age, he was now offered a position in one of the most prestigious restaurants.
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.