Book of echocardiography

Contrast echocardiography, Contrast rib shadow on echocardiography, Contrast papillary muscle shadow in echocardiography, Contrast left a ventricular apical shadow on echocardiogram, Apical hypertrophy of myocardium.

Effect of transducer frequency on echocardiographic images

Physical and device factors affecting echocardiography!

Effect of Gain on echocardiographic images

Gain device physical factors affect echocardiographic image!

Echo in echocardiography

Physical factors affecting echocardiography!

Shading in echocardiography

Physical factors affecting shading in echocardiography, shading concepts are demonstrated and compared with echoes

Confusion of close-up images on echocardiography

This ventricular apex demonstrates a so-called near-range clutter, which is the result of high amplitude oscillations emitted by the transducer and is a common source of misinterpretation.

Long-axis view of sternal echocardiography

Echocardiography technique of long axis of the sternum.

Colour B-mode left ventricular echocardiography

Colour B-mode left ventricular echocardiography.

Colour Doppler echocardiography with mitral regurgitation

Colour Doppler echocardiography with mitral regurgitation.

Tissue colour Doppler echocardiography

Note that the septum moves posteriorly, it is coded in blue, and the posterior wall moves anteriorly during systole, it is coded in red.

Three-dimensional echocardiography volumetric scan

Energy Doppler ultrasound is a new technique that is more sensitive than colour Doppler and can provide more detailed information about blood flow, especially in small blood vessels.

Simultaneous double-section echocardiography

Dual-section echocardiography at the same time!

Three-dimensional echocardiography of the sternal section

Doppler ultrasound is a special ultrasound technique that helps evaluate blood flow in blood vessels, including the main arteries and veins of the body in the abdomen, arms, legs, and neck.

Three-dimensional echocardiography from the apex

Real-time, three-dimensional image from the top of the heart. Two orthogonal cross-sectional images were selected (above), four-chamber and two-chamber images were extracted

Ischemic three-dimensional echocardiography

Advances in ultrasound technology include 3-D ultrasound, which is capable of reconstructing data obtained from sound waves into a 3-D image.

Colour Doppler three-dimensional echocardiography

Four different two-dimensional echocardiographic images with colour Doppler flow images extracted from three-dimensional data set-up reveal differences in mitral regurgitation

Intracardiac in echocardiography

Endocardial echocardiography through the catheter inserts a very small ultrasound probe into the lumen to help determine the structure of atherosclerotic plaque, the diameter of the vessel lumen.

Right ventricular filling flow echocardiography

Right ventricular filling flow is shown, Part of the left ventricle is seen in the scan plane

The long parasternal axis shows the coronary sinus and descending aorta on echocardiography

The long-sternal technique shows the coronary sinus and descending aorta on echocardiography, the long-sternal parasternal technique shows the relationship between the coronary sinus and the descending aorta

Parasternal long axis echocardiography

Parasternal long axis image of echocardiography!

Contrast rib on echocardiography

Image of rib shadow on echocardiography!

Right and left shunt due to aneurysm of atrial septum echocardiography

Technique to find right-left shunt due to an aneurysm of atrial septum echocardiography.

Existence of oval foramen with echocardiographic retrograde shunt

Imaging technique for the presence of the oval foramen with the echocardiographic retrograde shunt.

Atrial septal defect with typical echocardiographic contrast effect

Technique to view the atrial septal defect with contrasting effects typical of echocardiography!

Shunt from right atrium to left atrium due to atrial septal defect, echocardiography

Shunt technique from the right atrium to the left atrium due to atrial septal defect, echocardiography!

Pseudoaneurysm with echocardiographic left ventricular contrast

Technique for viewing pseudoaneurysms with echocardiographic left ventricular contrast!