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Cardiac Myxoma Originating from the Anterior Mitral Valve Leaflet

Yoon JH, Kim JH, Sung YJ, Lee MH, Cha MJ, Kang DY, Kim YJ, Ahn H

Primary cardiac tumors are rare and myxoma is the most common tumor among them. Cardiac myxoma usually occurs in the left atrium. Myxoma originating from mitral valve is extremely rare....
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Importance of Clinical and Echocardiographic Hemodynamic Assessment in Chronic Pulmonary Embolism

Choe WS, Kang DY, Yoon JH, Lee MH, Cha MJ, Kim HK, Kim YJ, Cho GY, Sohn DW

We describe a 42-year-old man presenting to the emergency department with cardiogenic shock. He had a prior history of acute pulmonary embolism (PE), and had been on anticoagulation for 2...
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Reversible Pulmonary Hypertension in Adolescent with Left Atrial Myxoma

Kim BK, Cho JN, Park HJ, Hong SP, Son JY, Lee JB, Ryu JK, Choi JY, Chang SG, Kim KS

We report a patient of left atrial huge myxoma presenting with severe pulmonary hypertension in adolescents. A patient was a 14-year-old boy presented with sudden onset dyspnea. Transthoracic echocardiographic study...
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Right Coronary Cusp Prolapse Resembling Subpulmonic Stenosis in an Old Adult Patient with Ventricular Septal Defect

Kim MG, Chung WJ, Choi CH, Moon J, Shin MS, Han SH, Shin EK

Ventricular septal defect (VSD) can be associated with various complications such as aortic regurgitation (AR). AR in VSD come from a deficiency or hypoplasia of the conal septum which leads...
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Incidentally Detected Situs Ambiguous in Adults

Kim JG, Youn HJ, Kim GH, Park MH, Hur J, Yu JS, Jung SY, An SH

Situs ambiguous is rare congenital anomaly in adults. In 2 adult patients who admitted for different cardiac problems, situs ambiguous with polysplenia was detected. A 42-year-old male admitted for radio...
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Tricuspid Valvular Myxoma: Unusual Case of Tricuspid Valve Myxoma Mimicking Thrombus after Pulmonary Artery Embolectomy and Tricuspid Annuloplasty in Pulmonary Thromboembolism Patient

Park MY, Kwon SU, Lee SY, Kang B, Kim HY, Cho YJ, Chang WI, Chang SH

A 55-year-old man with massive pulmonary thromboembolism underwent thrombolysis, pulmonary artery embolectomy and tricuspid annuloplasty. Nine months later, a mobile echogenic intra-cardiac mass was found in the tricuspid valve. Because...
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Surgical Removal of Endovascular Stent after Migration to the Right Ventricle Following Right Subclavian Vein Deployment for Treatment of Central Venous Stenosis

Kang W, Kim IS, Kim JU, Cheon JH, Kim SK, Ko SH, Kim SH, Lee SW, Cho SH

Central venous stenosis or occlusion occurs in 11-50% of hemodialysis patients with prior subclavian vein cannulation and ipsilateral fistula or shunt. Most patients are asymptomatic but some require treatment to...
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Rapidly Progressive Cardiac Manifestation of Behcet's Disease Involving Conduction System and Aortic Valve

Yu JS, Cho EJ, Ji EH, Kwon HS, Kim JS, Choi KY, Kwon BJ, Kim DB, Jang SW, Kim JH

Cardiac conduction system impairment is a rare clinical manifestation of Behcet's disease. We report a patient who showed 1st degree atrioventricular block at first presentation, and showed aggravated finding of...
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Thrombus in Transit within a Patent Foramen Ovale: Gone with the Cough!

Kim JH, Kim YJ

Pulmonary embolism and concomitant right atrial thrombus entrapped in a patent foramen ovale (PFO) is a rare, unusual finding in echocardiography. The diagnosis of paradoxical embolism is usually presumptive when...
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Right Ventricular Compression Observed in Echocardiography from Pectus Excavatum Deformity

Jaroszewski DE, Warsame TA, Chandrasekaran K, Chaliki H

Pectus excavatum exists as varying anatomic deformities and compression of the right heart by the chest wall can lead to patient symptoms including dyspnea and chest pain with exertion. Echocardiography...
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Evaluation of the Relationship between Circadian Blood Pressure Variation and Left Atrial Function Using Strain Imaging

Park CS, An GH, Kim YW, Park YJ, Kim MJ, Cho EJ, Ihm SH, Jung HO, Kim HY, Jeon HK, Youn HJ, Kim JH

BACKGROUND: Non-dippers were reported as showing different left atrial function, compared to dippers, but no study to date investigated the changes in the left atrial function according to the diurnal...
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The Effect of Metabolic Syndrome on Myocardial Contractile Reserve during Exercise in Non-Diabetic Hypertensive Subjects

Ha TH, Seo HS, Choo WJ, Choi J, Suh J, Cho YH, Lee NH

BACKGROUND: Metabolic syndrome (MS) is associated with increased left ventricular (LV) mass and diastolic dysfunction. This study uses relatively load-independent Doppler tissue echocardiography to examine whether MS is associated with...
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Metabolic Syndrome and Myocardial Contractile Reserve

Kim SH

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Use and Limitations of E/e' to Assess Left Ventricular Filling Pressure by Echocardiography

Park JH, Marwick TH

Measurement of left ventricular (LV) filling pressure is useful in decision making and prediction of outcomes in various cardiovascular diseases. Invasive cardiac catheterization has been the gold standard in LV...
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