Apical hypertrophic myocardium with echocardiographic left ventricular contrast
After opacification of the left ventricular space, the rather characteristic attention of the left ventricular cavity and the ability to recognize significant hypertrophy of the lower septum in this patient with apical hypertrophy
Two-chambered cardiac images from the apex recorded in a patient with ventricular arrhythmias.
Above: Images were recorded prior to intravenous contrast injection.
Below: Image recorded after left ventricular pattern blurred. Upper: Note the defined inferior ventricular apex. Relatively characteristic attention was paid to the left ventricular cavity and the ability to identify significant hypertrophy of the lower septum in this patient with apical hypertrophy of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.