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Angle correction
Thu, 11/19/2020 - 16:55Thomas Binder

Part three of the online web book teaching the basics of carotid Duplex ultrasound. This tutorial will help you to correctly operate your scanner, and detect artifacts on the image.

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LUMC
Wed, 11/18/2020 - 15:21martin.altersberger

Do you know what the typical findings on lung ultrasound in COVID-19 patients are? Here is a patient with massive involvement.

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Mon, 11/02/2020 - 11:59Thomas Binder

 

Ultrasound compendium dealing with the anatomy of the carotid and vertebral artery. Learn which branches are visible and which other structures you will find in the neck. Includes video examples.

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Wed, 10/28/2020 - 08:33Thomas Binder

The first chapter of the free online video tutorial on carotid and vertebral artery ultrasound. Learn when and how to perform carotid ultrasound. What are the risks?

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Hero Quote Expected
Mon, 09/28/2020 - 12:01Thomas Binder

Did you catch the pathology, which is responsible for bilateral pneumonia and the systolic murmur of the patient with endocarditis in our last post...

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Hero quote
Tue, 09/22/2020 - 11:28Thomas Binder

The “path of diagnosis” often depends on the medical specialty a patient is first confronted with.

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Graphic outside the box
Sun, 09/13/2020 - 14:16Thomas Binder

Or daily routine often forces us to stay focused and only do to what we are told to do. Not to look left or right. But this also means we are deprived from making important discoveries which might impact our patients. Here is such a case...

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hero
Fri, 09/11/2020 - 17:44Thomas Binder

One and a half decades in “Zwettl”

Just a week ago a 78-year-old lady came into my office, greeting me with a smile. She said she wanted a routine to follow up echo exam.

Before I had the chance to ask for more details, she said:

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superpowers_blog
Mon, 08/31/2020 - 20:36Thomas Binder

Inspired by the public view that “Health care professionals are the true heroes of the COVID-19 crisis” we want to also put those into the spotlight who for many years, long before the pandemic erupted were standing in the first row day by day and share their stories of success.

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Tue, 07/28/2020 - 13:12Thomas Binder

Nobody is born an expert and we all make mistakes. True, in medicine such mistakes can have detrimental effects. But as humans, we also have the ability to learn from the mistakes and failures of others.

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