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Membranous Ventricular Septum Aneurysm as a Cause of Recurrent Transient Ischemic Attack

Fabijanic , Bulat C, Batinic T, Carevic V, Caljkusic

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Spot Diagnosis Using Pulse Wave Doppler Interrogation of the Abdominal Aorta

Addetia K, Therrien J

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Multiple Fistula Emptying into the Left Ventricle through the Entire Left Ventricular Wall

Lee DY, Park SH, Bae MH, Lee JH, Yang DH, Park HS, Cho Y, Chae SC, Jun JE

Coronary artery fistulae are usually identified during invasive coronary angiographies. However, in this case, we made the early detection of coronary artery fistulae during non-invasive transthoracic echocardiography, by demonstrating diastolic...
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Isolated Left Ventricular Noncompaction with a Congenital Aneurysm Presenting with Recurrent Embolism

Ahn JH, Koh JS, Park JR, Park MJ, Min JH, Cho SY, Lee EJ, Kim WC, Kim KH

Isolated left ventricular noncompaction (LVNC) is a rare disorder caused by embryonic arrest of compaction. LVNC is sometimes associated with other congenital cardiac disorders; however, there have been few reports...
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Perforated Mitral Valve Aneurysm in the Posterior Leaflet without Infective Endocarditis

Kim DJ, Cho KI, Jun HJ, Kim YJ, Song YJ, Jhi JH, Chon MG, Kim SM, Lee HG, Kim TI

Aneurysm of the mitral valve, although uncommon, occurs most commonly in association with infective endocarditis of the aortic valve and true mitral valve aneurysm is a rare cause of mitral...
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A Case of an Anomalous Hypertrophied Muscle Band in the Left Ventricle

Lee SH, Ryu HM, Lee JH, Lee H, Park SH, Bae MH, Yang DH

A hypertrophied muscle band (HMB) in the left ventricle (LV), which can be misinterpreted as apical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, is a rare echocardiographic finding in a patient with normal LV wall...
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Impact of Arterial Stiffness on Regional Myocardial Function Assessed by Speckle Tracking Echocardiography in Patients with Hypertension

Hwang JW, Kang SJ, Lim HS, Choi BJ, Choi SY, Hwang GS, Yoon MH, Shin JH, Tahk SJ

BACKGROUND: Arterial stiffening may affect regional myocardial function in hypertensive patients with normal ejection fraction (EF). METHODS: Brachial-ankle pulse wave velocity (PWV) was measured in 70 patients, of mean age 48...
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Atrioventricular Flow Wave Patterns before and after Birth by Fetal Echocardiography

Kim HW, Lee HY, Baik SJ, Hong YM

BACKGROUND: Doppler echocardiographic measurements of both valves during intrauterine life can be used to calculate peak early filling velocity (E)/late peak atrial filling velocity (A) ratio as a single index...
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Impact of Afterload on the Assessment of Severity of Aortic Stenosis

Chang SA, Kim HK, Sohn DW

BACKGROUND: Aortic stenosis (AS) is increasingly diagnosed in current aging society. Echocardiography is the most important tool in the assessment of AS and its severity. However, load-dependency of Doppler measurement...
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Problem Is in the Subclinical Afterload Mismatch

Choi EY

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Assessment of Mitral Valve Complex by Three-Dimensional Echocardiography: Therapeutic Strategy for Functional Mitral Regurgitation

Yoshida K, Obase K

The mitral valve complex is consisted of annulus, leaflets, chordae tendineae, papillary muscle (PMs) and surrounding left ventricle. Functional mitral regurgitation (MR) results from left ventricular remodeling such as dilatation...
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