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Nickname:  pnut
Interpretation:  looks like rvot obstruction.

Nickname:  DaveMathews
Interpretation:  Pulmonaic stenosis with right ventricular hypertrophy.

Nickname:  AmyBaars
Interpretation:  Pulmonary stenosis,right ventricular hypertrophy

Nickname:  tbright
Interpretation:  maybe ASH,RVH and maybe Pulmonary Stenosis

Nickname:  Singleton
Interpretation:  ASH (asymmetric septal hypertrophy) of the LV. Sev RVH/HCM and PS.

Nickname:  Perez
Interpretation:  Septal hypertrophy, maybe some pulmonary stenosis.

Nickname:  KRedd
Interpretation:  RV hypertrophy possible PS

Nickname:  JWhittemore
Interpretation:  ASH.

Nickname:  Talent
Interpretation:  ASH, pulmonary hypertension-the velocity in SAX was well over 2 m/sec-pulmonary artery was dilated significantly. Biatrial dilitation as well.

Nickname:  SRobinson
Interpretation:  RVH with pulmonary stenosis.

Nickname:  bconnolly
Interpretation:  RVH, ASH, PS

Nickname:  ldunbar
Interpretation:  pericardial effusion, asymetric LVH, PS, RVH, Possibly SAM

Nickname:  rock
Interpretation:  ASH, RVH

Nickname:  eCarroll
Interpretation:  Left ventricular ASH, severe RVH (apparent total cavity obliteration), Pulmonary stenosis, RAE.

Nickname:  SKelley
Interpretation:  RVH, PS, thick septum

Nickname:  mulj
Interpretation:  severe thickened septum and rv either severe HCM/infitrative CM causing RVOT obstruction. I think there is also a PDA

Nickname:  Dave
Interpretation:  Pulmonary stenosis with right ventricular hypertrophy.

Nickname:  Cava2007
Interpretation:  HOCM with SAM.Pulmonar stenoz

Nickname:  Shahnaz Ahmed
Interpretation:  RVOT obs






 
   
 





   

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