cardiac ultrasonography

Related to cardiac ultrasonography: echogram
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cardiac ultrasonography

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6, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Incorporating focused cardiac ultrasonography (FoCUS) into clinical examination has greater sensitivity, but not greater specificity, than clinical assessment alone for identifying left ventricular dysfunction and aortic or mitral valve disease, according to a review published Aug.
Cardiac ultrasonography revealed a small, mobile structure adhering to the aortic valve prosthesis, at the side of the left ventricle outflow tract, which was possibly bacterial vegetation.
Among the cardiovascular manifestations of ADPKD, valvular abnormalities have been reported by cardiac ultrasonography in up to 30% of patients with ADPKD.
In lung and cardiac ultrasonography a larger imaging depth is necessary.
Cardiac ultrasonography is the exception; we prefer that a cardiologist and radiologist interpret that kind of information.
Cardiac ultrasonography can find possible cardiac embolic cerebral infarction.
With the development of ultrasonic detection technology in recent years, high-frequency animal cardiac ultrasonography as a noninvasive method has been used to examine various heart diseases in the murine model.[sup][10] However, there are limited data in literature on the echocardiographic studies about the KD murine model of coronary artery pathological changes.
Prognosis of any cardiac disorder or heart failure is based on early and accurate diagnosis which is only possible with cardiac ultrasonography.
Cardiac ultrasonography revealed LVH and decreased ventricular contractile function (ejection fraction 35%).
Integration with focused cardiac ultrasonography (FOCUS), performed in subcostal view, revealed normal global cardiac systolic function without pericardial effusion, no right or left ventricular enlargement or hypertrophy, no significant valvular defects and a collapsed inferior caval vein, according to the reduced volume status [7].
Tuberculin skin test results were negative, and radiographs of her chest and cardiac ultrasonography gave unremarkable results.
Cardiac ultrasonography or echocardiography is the standard non-invasive method for the assessment of cardiovascular function and morphology, as well for the diagnosis of cardiovascular disease (THOMAS et al., 1993).