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.
Intravascular (intravascular - IVUS) echocardiography. Through a catheter, a very small ultrasound probe is inserted into the lumen of the vessel (usually the coronary artery) to help determine the structure of the atherosclerotic plaque, the diameter of the lumen and the healthy part of the vessel for effective coronary intervention. more effective
Image from an intracardiac two-dimensional imaging device recorded at the time of atrial septal perforation to perform an electrophysiological procedure. Upper: transseptal needle (arrow) punctures the atrial septum near the foramen oval. Below: Recorded after the passage of the right septum and left atrium allowing passage of the next segment of the electrophysiological catheter.