Thrilling ultrasound: researchers from the University of Queensland say every hour of TV watching after age 25 cuts almost 22 minutes off your lifespan.
Well sometimes there is a distant light - it may be faint, but it does give hope. Read this ultrasound case.
Imagine you have a patient who is in desperate need of some kind of treatment, but none of the options are very appealing.
Heinrich is an opera singer - a tenor to be exact. He went to a cardiologist after a heart murmur and a right bundle branch block were detected.
Prosthetic valves, tube grafts, or pacemakers: materials developed by the medical industry are innovative and imaginative.
Did you ever see "The Good the Bad and the Ugly"? One is always in doubt as to who is good, bad, or ugly...
When young people enter your echo lab you never know whether you should be happy. Am I right?
Isn’t it interesting to see the different ways in which patients deal with their illness? Read this thrilling ultrasound case.
As medical doctors we often witness medical catastrophes. But rarely are we able to document the moment when the “eye of the hurricane” strikes...
Are you an anesthetist, or do you perform TEE studies? Are often confronted with the question “how good is LVF”? Well read this...