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Cheuk-Man Yu

different echocardiographic methods, and being most accurate by 3D echo while most inaccurate by M-mode. An accurate value of EF is crucial in clinical decision making. For example, a heart failure patient with a measured EF of 30% should receive a heart

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Vishal Sharma, Susan Alderton, Helen McNamara, Richard Steeds, Will Bradlow, Adrian Chenzbraun, David Oxborough, Thomas Mathew, Richard Jones, Richard Wheeler, Julie Sandoval, Guy Lloyd, Kevin O'Gallagher, Daniel Knight, Liam Ring, Katherine Collins, Niall O'Keeffe, Nick Fletcher, Allan Harkness, and Bushra Rana

– 1127; quiz 1220-1 . doi:10.1016/j.echo.2010.08.013 10.1016/j.echo.2010.08.013 10 Kanagala P, Bradley C, Hoffman P, Steeds RP, Rana B, Oxborough D, Wheeler R, Wharton G, Brewerton H, Chambers J, et al . 2011 Guidelines for transoesophageal

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Mehrnoush Toufan, Leili Pourafkari, Fariborz Akbarzadeh, and Nader D Nader

with 3:1 AV block. Investigation Transthoracic echocardiography showed a large thin-walled cystic cavity anterior to the right ventricular outflow tract resembling a pericardial cyst ( Figs 1 and 2 , Videos 1 and 2 ). Transoesophageal

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Daniel A Jeffery, Guy Lloyd, and Arjun K Ghosh

spontaneous echo contrast (SEC) was noted in the severely dilated left atrium and a transoesophageal echocardiogram (TOE) was requested for further assessment of the MS ( Fig. 1 , Videos 1 , 2 and 3 ). The patient was symptomatic with shortness of breath

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R Gray, F Baldwin, and S Bruemmer-Smith

role of both transthoracic and transoesophageal echocardiography in the ICU and the usefulness of echocardiography to physicians of all grades and levels of expertise. Declaration of interest S Bruemmer-Smith is on the editorial board of Echo Research

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John M Simpson and Annemien van den Bosch

mass. Therefore, the applicability of 3D echo for LV mass calculation for use in clinical practice in patients with congenital heart disease remains to be established. Analysis of LV dyssynchrony 3D echocardiography can capture the entire LV and

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Mashail Alobaidan, A Saleem, H Abdo, and J Simpson

preferred a surgical approach and cautioned against device closure (3) , effective device closure is feasible in selected cases with transoesophageal guidance and an understanding of this unusual morphology. Declaration of interest The authors declare that

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Kai Neoh, Jamal N Khan, Khaled Albouaini, and Adrian Chenzbraun

of the LV mass (upper panel: systole, lower panel: diastole). Note broad attachment, irregular fronded appearance and high mobility ( Video 1 ). (B) Mitral valve 3D model. Note systolic P1 billowing due to mass abutting the valve. Figure 2

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Anna Kydd, Afzal Sohaib, Rizwan Sarwar, David Holdsworth, and Bushra Rana

-specialties were represented. The trainees responding to the survey represented a broad range of deaneries throughout the UK and at all levels of training, from ST3 to ST7. The main findings can be summarised as follows: Only 56% trainees had access to formal echo

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Rakhee Hindocha, David Garry, Nadia Short, Tom E Ingram, Richard P Steeds, Claire L Colebourn, Keith Pearce, Vishal Sharma, and the Accreditation and Education Committees of the British Society of Echocardiography

appropriate to the patient, that test should be done instead, whether this is a Level 2 transthoracic echo, a transoesophageal echo or a CT/MRI scan. Figure 1 shows a summary overview of how a Level 1 study is intended to fit in with the overall echo