Traveling Sonographer series: Echovascular findings; quadra cuspid aortic valve and case with dialated coronary sinus

07/02/2011

Quadra cuspid aortic valve and dilated coronary sinus case

The above video discusses findings while at Queens Hospital in Honolulu, HI involving a quadra cuspid aortic valve while performing an Echocardiography exam. In the same day, there was a patient with a dialated coronary sinus in which a bubble study was performed.

It is amazing that the technological advances in ultrasound; sonography, allow echocardiographers and other sonographers to find life-threatening situations – such as cardiovascular diseases- before it is too late.

Waiting on echocardiography studies to become available in order to post for you.

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Thanks, again, to the Academy of Ultrasound.

www.academyofultrasound.com

Published by

John Sheldon RCS RVS

Echocardiography/Vascular Technologist since 2003.

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