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Lauren Turvey, Daniel X Augustine, Shaun Robinson, David Oxborough, Martin Stout, Nicola Smith, Allan Harkness, Lynne Williams, Richard P Steeds, and William Bradlow

( Fig. 2 ). Table 4 describes the relevance of various parameters captured by the echocardiography examination and Table 5 the minimum data set. A protocol for the transthoracic echo study in HCM is described in Table 6 . Table 4 Rationale

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Robert M Cooper, Adeel Shahzad, James Newton, Niels Vejlstrup, Anna Axelsson, Vishal Sharma, OIiver Ormerod, and Rodney H Stables

vessels before injection of alcohol. Transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) is the imaging modality of choice for guiding ASA. There are significant difficulties in using TTE for this procedure. The images must be taken on-table, with the patient in a supine

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Renuka Jain, Daniel P O’Hair, Tanvir K Bajwa, Denise Ignatowski, Daniel Harland, Amanda M Kirby, Tracy Hammonds, Suhail Q Allaqaband, Jonathan Kay, and Bijoy K Khandheria

sedation in an effort to reduce both patient morbidity and cost ( 6 ). TAVI guided by transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) thus has become advantageous because it does not require intubation of the esophagus, eliminating associated morbidity and potential

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Ines Sherifi, Alaa Mabrouk Salem Omar, Mithun Varghese, Menachem Weiner, Ani Anyanwu, Jason C Kovacic, Samin Sharma, Annapoorna Kini, and Partho P Sengupta

to TEE, the use of transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) periprocedurally during TAVR is cumbersome for optimal decision making because of limited image quality due to supine positioning, suboptimal imaging of the aortic root and ascending aorta for

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Shaun Robinson, Bushra Rana, David Oxborough, Rick Steeds, Mark Monaghan, Martin Stout, Keith Pearce, Allan Harkness, Liam Ring, Maria Paton, Waheed Akhtar, Radwa Bedair, Sanjeev Bhattacharyya, Katherine Collins, Cheryl Oxley, Julie Sandoval, Rebecca Schofield MBChB, Anjana Siva, Karen Parker, James Willis, and Daniel X Augustine

imaging protocols and quality control programmes for adult transthoracic echocardiography by providing a structure against which studies in any department can be audited. Promote standardisation and quality by defining a recommended ‘minimum dataset

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I J Ingimarsdóttir, L Hellgren Johansson, and F A Flachskampf

measurement of the aortic annulus is unobtainable and the size of the prosthetic valve mounted on the delivery catheter must be chosen in advance. Aortic annulus dimensions must therefore be assessed by noninvasive means, for example transthoracic

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Gill Wharton, Richard Steeds, Jane Allen, Hollie Phillips, Richard Jones, Prathap Kanagala, Guy Lloyd, Navroz Masani, Thomas Mathew, David Oxborough, Bushra Rana, Julie Sandoval, Richard Wheeler, Kevin O'Gallagher, and Vishal Sharma

. Table 1 Minimum dataset for transthoracic echocardiography. Minimum requirements are depicted in bold text and identify the views and measurements that should be performed in all subjects being scanned for the first time provided that they can be

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Rebecca Dobson, Arjun K Ghosh, Bonnie Ky, Tom Marwick, Martin Stout, Allan Harkness, Rick Steeds, Shaun Robinson, David Oxborough, David Adlam, Susannah Stanway, Bushra Rana, Thomas Ingram, Liam Ring, Stuart Rosen, Chris Plummer, Charlotte Manisty, Mark Harbinson, Vishal Sharma, Keith Pearce, Alexander R Lyon, Daniel X Augustine, and the British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) and the British Society of Cardio-Oncology (BCOS)

). Cancer therapy-related cardiac dysfunction (CTRCD) is a frequently encountered clinical presentation, and transthoracic echocardiography is the cornerstone of its screening and detection. The British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) has recently

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Ramasamy Manivarmane, Rebecca Taylor, and Rajdeep Khattar

Background Bicuspid pulmonary valve is considered a rare congenital anomaly. Although standard 2D trans-thoracic echocardiography can readily detect pulmonary valve dysfunction, morphological assessment may be limited by the close proximity of

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Stephan Stoebe, Katharina Lange, Dietrich Pfeiffer, and Andreas Hagendorff

with coronary artery disease, specific parts of native coronary artery branches can also be visualised directly by transthoracic echocardiography. Furthermore, specific vessel parts can be visualised by colour-coded flow signals using 2D and 3D colour