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Nickname:  Janice Cook
Interpretation:  4 chamber definitely shows LV apical aneurysm. Kewl.

Nickname:  eenieminnie
Interpretation:  Apex is akinetic, aneurysmal. I would have used contrast to r/o thrombus.

Nickname:  Mr. Arias
Interpretation:  Apical aneurysm. Moderate MR shown in A4c.

Nickname:  AmyB
Interpretation:  Apical aneurysm, MR

Nickname:  tbright
Interpretation:   LV apex aneurysm, dyskinetic in A4C

Nickname:  Singleton
Interpretation:  Takatsubo Cardiomyopathy. Note the apical ballooning.

Nickname:  rconnolly
Interpretation:  Apical aneurysm. LAE. MR

Nickname:  PEREZ
Interpretation:  Apex isn't contracting, Takostubos? Also some MR.

Nickname:  Talent
Interpretation:  MR and a Giant apical (true) aneurysm can be seen in all views. This typically occurs post MI.

Nickname:  SRobinson
Interpretation:  Aneurysmal, dyskinetic apex.

Nickname:  JWhittemore
Interpretation:  LV apical aneurysm and LV thrombus.

Nickname:  KRedd
Interpretation:  dyskinetic lv apex, MR, can't tell if that is a false tendon

Nickname:  ldunbar
Interpretation:  Apical Akinesis, could possibly be takisubo's

Nickname:  rock
Interpretation:  dyskinetic lv, apical ballooning

Nickname:  eCarroll
Interpretation:  Apical aneurysm characteristic of Takotsubo's. LV dyskinesis.

Nickname:  Skelley
Interpretation:  Takatsubo

Nickname:  me
Interpretation:  apical anyuersm

Nickname:  ick
Interpretation:  A4C really shows an apical aneurysm






 
   
 





   

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