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Nickname:  Janice Cook
Interpretation:  DCM with PI.

Nickname:  eenieminnie
Interpretation:  Apical akinesis AND thrombus. Definity would have been nice to confirm presence of clot.

Nickname:  nadejda
Interpretation:  apical myocarduial infarction

Nickname:  Mr. Arias
Interpretation:  In the PSAX of Ao in zoom, appears to be a structure in the RV that might be causing RVOT obstruction. Akinetic wall motion of the lv apex.

Nickname:  AmyB
Interpretation:  ?Bicuspid aortic valve PI, apical akinesis, CM

Nickname:  tbright
Interpretation:  akinetic anterior LV wall,

Nickname:  tbright
Interpretation:  akinetic anterior LV wall

Nickname:  Singleton
Interpretation:  Is this a repeat of the BAV seen previously?

Nickname:  PEREZ
Interpretation:  Akinetic septum, La is a little large, TR, PI, Low EF%, MR, can't tell if Aortic vavle is bicuspid or not.

Nickname:  Talent
Interpretation:  This patient is bradycardic (HR is frequently in the 40's), BAV, akinetic apex and dykinetic septum, global hypokinesis, MR.

Nickname:  SRobinson
Interpretation:  Thinning and akinesis of the mid ventricular septum, PI, BAV(?),

Nickname:  JWhittemore
Interpretation:  LAE, LV hypokinetic with LV apical akinesis, BAV, PI, MR.

Nickname:  bconnolly
Interpretation:  Akinetic IVS,PI, Bicuspid Ao, MR

Nickname:  KRedd
Interpretation:  LVE,BAV,LV apex dyskinetic

Nickname:  ldunbar
Interpretation:  Mild PI, anterioseptal hypo to akinetic, trace TR, bicuspid Ao valve

Nickname:  rock
Interpretation:  BAV, PI

Nickname:  eCarroll
Interpretation:  Dilated cardiomyopathy, PI, possible bicuspid aortic valve, akinetic LV apex, global LV hypokinesis.

Nickname:  SKelley
Interpretation:  DCM and PI

Nickname:  Raj
Interpretation:  Severely hypokineitc Antero-septal wall from Mid LV to Apex and entire Apex is severely hypokinetic. Aneurysmal dilatation of LV Apex and Apical mural thrombus as seen A2C. Contrast echo is needed to rule that out.

Nickname:  Raj
Interpretation:  It is a case of infective endocarditis. Large mobile vegitation is seen on the LA side of the PML. The AML is also thickened and some mobile strands are seen on it and it goes well with the degree of MR(Moderate at the most). A flail MV leaflet or ruptured chordae would present with severe MR. AoV looks thick and warrants a TEE but the need of moment is high dose of antibiotics or surgery to prevent systemic embolization. Rhythm is A Fib and Atria are dilated.

Nickname:  Cava2007
Interpretation:  akinetic anterior wall. Pul.reg.-?

Nickname:  Compchat
Interpretation:  What was that jet in the subcostal view...blue, bright and shouldn't be there? Seen in two beats. Otherwise there as low ejection fraction with apical akinesia and bicuspid aortic valve. Didn't see a thrombus. Also wonder if there is an atrial septal defect.






 
   
 





   

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