Written by Judith Buckland, MBA, RDCS, FASE

Echo Accreditation: 5 Tips for Easier Case Study Selection

Whether you are seeking your first echo accreditation with the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission or getting ready for your re-accreditation, selecting case studies for submission is often one of the most challenging aspects.  We know that day in, and day out, you perform quality studies...
Written by Dr Sukhvinder Singh

Echocardiography in the Presence of Left Bundle Branch Block

This week we are pleased to introduce our guest writer, Dr. Sukhvinder Singh.  He will discuss the role of echocardiography in the presence of Left Bundle Branch Block   Dr. Singh is a board certified cardiologist in India with 10 years of experience.  He has worked at St. Stephen Hospital...
Written by Judith Buckland, MBA, RDCS, FASE

2017 Inspiring Excellence in Imaging Award

Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month (MUAM) is held annually in October to create awareness of the role diagnostic medical sonographers play in the medical community and to educate the public about medical ultrasound and its many uses in healthcare.  We would like to recognize and thank the...
Written by Judith Buckland

Case Study of the Week: Dr Wharton’s Echo Case: Problem Pill or Is There a Pill for This Problem?

Here is a great case from Dr. Wharton on Medscape of a 45 year old patient with hyperlipidemia (high LDL-C and high triglycerides) taking a high-potency statin who presents with pericardial effusion and signs of tamponade. What should be done next? a) CT/MRI b) Pericardiocentesis c) Liver...
Written by Judith Buckland

Case Study of the Week: Massive Right Atrium

What is the diagnosis based on the echocardiogram? a) Ebstein's anomaly of tricuspid valve b) Idiopathic dilatation of right atrium c) Endomyocardial fibrosis d) None of the above Continue reading to find out the answer. The correct answer is c) Endomyocardial fibrosis. This week...

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