Remember one of the last cases in which I wrote about heart failure and mitral regurgitation? Well, here is the sequel...
As doctors we are usually responsible for the life of ONE patient. However, this is not always the case...
Ultrasound Case: Searching for a source of embolism following a couple of minor strokes.
Ultrasound case: Mr. Kaminski had never been seriously ill. He had always taken good care of his health. But then ...
Adhering to rules gives us a certain sense of confidence. The same is true for echocardiography.
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.
I had the honor to hold a TEDx talk in Salzburg that deals with the principle of teaching echocardiography.
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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