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Nickname:  CUAS
Interpretation:  SUBAORTIC VSD, LVH

Nickname:  LYNDYNOJO
Interpretation:  MEMBRANOUS VSD WITH LEFT TO RIGHT SHUNT

Nickname:  scannerman
Interpretation:  VSD with left to right shunt

Nickname:  rickster
Interpretation:  I agree with VSD.

Nickname:  SHOBUG
Interpretation:  restrictive small perimembranous vsd l to r shunt, AI,PI, normal lvf, lvh,

Nickname:  PedEcho
Interpretation:  Small subaortic VSD, LVH with LVOT obstruction, functionally bicuspid aortic valve with partial fusion of the left-right commisures and mild insufficiency.

Nickname:  darth
Interpretation:  Concentric LVH with well preserved LV systolic function. Supra-cristal ventricular septal defect with left to right shunting. Mild pulmonic insufficiency.

Nickname:  Randy
Interpretation:  VSD

Nickname:  sonodude
Interpretation:  perimembranous VSD l to r shunt lvh

Nickname:  Magee
Interpretation:  This looks like a membranouse vsd with left to right shunt. I disagree with the diagnosis of bicuspid aortic valve. Three cusps are clearly visualized.

Nickname:  JMO
Interpretation:  Perimembranous VSD with left to right shunting. Mild pulmonic regurgitation. Mild to moderate LVH with normal LV systolic function. Dilated Coronary Sinus. Unable to determine LV diastolic function from limited information given.

Nickname:  Gizz
Interpretation:  Membranous sub-valvular VSD, L-R. LVH Very long Echo. AV not clearly seen, maybe rapphe redundancy. Triv MR, PI. Where is subcostal view?

Nickname:  Vishy
Interpretation:  Hypertrophic Non-Obstructive Cardiomyopathy with Infra-cristal small restrictive VSD.

Nickname:  jose
Interpretation:  membranous vsd with left to right shunt

Nickname:  rockstar
Interpretation:  lvh, high velocity vsd, trace pi, trace mr, normal lvfx, aov appears trileaflet, hey PedEcho, what info is suggesting to you that this is an LVOT obstruction?

Nickname:  ahmed
Interpretation:  LVH

Nickname:  skeeter
Interpretation:  VSD with L to R shunt

Nickname:  Sophie
Interpretation:  Perimembraneous VSD with L to R flow.

Nickname:  Anne
Interpretation:  RESTRICTIVE PERIMEMBRANOUS VSD WITH TINY MUSCULAR VSD.

Nickname:  MOWLAVI
Interpretation:  HCM SAM

Nickname:  rosie
Interpretation:  VSD

Nickname:  lionheart
Interpretation:  perimembranous VSD with left to right shunt , mild PR , bicuspid aortic valve mild to moderate LVH

Nickname:  lionheart
Interpretation:  restrictive perimembranous VSD with left to right shunt , bicuspid aortic valve , mild PR , mild to moderate LVH

Nickname:  Kev
Interpretation:  Perimembranous VSD with left to right shunting, Mild PI, Mild to moderate LVH

Nickname:  Barrie
Interpretation:  MEMBRANOUS VSD. Peak flow across the defect = 515 cm/sec. Peak gradient = 106 mmHg

Nickname:  rose
Interpretation:  VSD

Nickname:  Lizzie
Interpretation:  VSD CLVH PI NORMAL AOV I SEE 3 CUSPS

Nickname:  KGargary
Interpretation:  LVH mod VSD with mild infundibular PS mild AI

Nickname:  franco
Interpretation:  VSD perimembranous subtricuspid, Right to left shunt, restrictive, with non obstructive HCMP,mild PR.

Nickname:  serdar
Interpretation:  perimembernous VSD +supracristal {subpulmonary VSD} + PI + PS + AI +LVH

Nickname:  USMAN
Interpretation:  SMALL SIZE PREMEMBRANOUS VSD SHUTING LEFT TO RIGHT.PRESSURE GRADIENT 105mmHG RVOT OBSTRUCTION

Nickname:  BUFF
Interpretation:  ASYMMETRIC SEPTAL HYPERTROPHY,DILATED LA,DILATED AOR,ENLARGED RV,ENLARGED LV,MEMBRANOUS VSD WITH A L TO R SHUNT.hyperkinetic lv wall motion.1+PI

Nickname:  CARDIMAX
Interpretation:  VEGETATION

Nickname:  lee
Interpretation:  PERIMEMBRANOUS VSD

Nickname:  Gary
Interpretation:  Definitely a membranous VSD. Good echo!!

Nickname:  avi
Interpretation:  memb vsd lvh mild ar mild pr mild tr

Nickname:  Pedro
Interpretation:  Perimembranous VSD

Nickname:  Pedro
Interpretation:  Perimembranous VSD

Nickname:  eenieminnie
Interpretation:  VSD. Left to right shunt with hypertrophied IVS (expected).

Nickname:  JohnCoates
Interpretation:  Subaortic VSD, LVH,

Nickname:  Ronda
Interpretation:  perimembranous VSD l to r shunt lvh

Nickname:  Amy
Interpretation:  VSD with left to right shunt

Nickname:  tbright
Interpretation:  i believe that is a VSD..R-L shunt

Nickname:  laurend
Interpretation:  Perimembraneous VSD, Concentric LVH, Mild PI

Nickname:  Singleton
Interpretation:  There is VSD (L>R shunt)and HOCM

Nickname:  rconnolly
Interpretation:  concentric LVH and a shunt

Nickname:  Talent
Interpretation:  The patient has LVH and a gradient in the LVOT. The focus is mainly on the fact that the patient has a membranous VSD.

Nickname:  KRedd
Interpretation:  a little vsd

Nickname:  eCarroll
Interpretation:  There appears to be a left-to-right membranous VSD as well as evidence of HOCM.

Nickname:  SRobinson
Interpretation:  In the PLA, there is a clearly visible VSD and Doppler shows flow reversal. There is LVH.

Nickname:  JWhittemore
Interpretation:  Perimembranous VSD.

Nickname:  ldunbar
Interpretation:  LVH, perimembraneous VSD, mild PI,mild ps, mild MR

Nickname:  rock
Interpretation:  LVH AND A VSD

Nickname:  SKelley
Interpretation:  LVH, L->R membranous shunt, PI, TR, Pul HTN

Nickname:  Chris
Interpretation:  Subaortic VSD LEft to Right shunt Concentric LVH

Nickname:  echoish
Interpretation:  restrictive perimembraneous vsd with l to r shunt,

Nickname:  rem
Interpretation:  Lvh with hyperkinetic wall motion, trace PI, Perimembranous VSD with LT to RT Shunt

Nickname:  Al
Interpretation:  vSD. lVH

Nickname:  Cava2007
Interpretation:  LVH,VSD perimembranoz,PR

Nickname:  zizi
Interpretation:  perimembranous VSD

Nickname:  SANDY C
Interpretation:  perimembranous VSD with L to R shunt

Nickname:  Naira
Interpretation:  membranous VSD with left to right shunt: Moderate LVH with good systolic function






 
   
 





   

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