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Transesophageal Echocardiography of the Tricuspid & Pulmonary Valves

by Kapoor Poonam Malhotra
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Author/Editor Kapoor Poonam Malhotra
ISBN 9789351521297
Speciality Cardiology
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/12111
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2014
Pages 309
Book Type Reference
Chapter Name Size Page No
 
Image Video Name Size
Jaypee Direct planimetry of the TV can be done on 3D echo 1.17 MB
Jaypee Moderator band in RV and the anterior and posterior leaflets on enface view on 3D echo 840.42 KB
Jaypee Annular contraction of the TV annulus in systole, due to its fibrous and muscular nature 2.20 MB
Jaypee The TV with its 3 leaflets in case of a 18 years old in deep TQ view, showing its position to the mitral valve 1.42 MB
Jaypee ME 4 chamber views the TV but not the PV 118.05 KB
Jaypee IVC diameter measurement in lower esophageal TEE view 103.61 KB
Jaypee The TG midpapillary can be used to measure the distensibility index 3.00 MB
Jaypee ME four chamber view 66.01 KB
Jaypee ME four chamber view 86.63 KB
Jaypee ME bicommissural view 80.07 KB
Jaypee ME ascending aortic SAX 43.68 KB
Jaypee ME ASC aortic LAX 46.12 KB
Jaypee ME right pulmonary vein view 505.81 KB
Jaypee ME AV SAX view 561.13 KB
Jaypee ME RV inflow-outflow view 332.84 KB
Jaypee ME RV inflow-outflow view 80.07 KB
Jaypee ME RV inflow-outflow view 72.20 KB
Jaypee ME modified bicaval view 81.01 KB
Jaypee UE right and left PV view 285.58 KB
Jaypee TG basal SAX 64.19 KB
Jaypee TG basal SAX 64.19 KB
Jaypee TG basal SAX 70.48 KB
Jaypee TG basal SAX 61.09 KB
Jaypee TG midpapillary SAX view 65.56 KB
Jaypee TG midpapillary SAX view 82.89 KB
Jaypee TG midpapillary SAX view 72.17 KB
Jaypee TG apical SAX view 683.67 KB
Jaypee TG RV basal view 742.12 KB
Jaypee TG RV inflow view 496.92 KB
Jaypee Deep TG 5–chamber view 691.70 KB
Jaypee TG RV inflow 410.12 KB
Jaypee UE aortic arch SAX 48.21 KB
Jaypee Pulmonic valve and RVOT 70–110 4.14 MB
Jaypee Tricuspid inflow and pulmonic regurgitation in diastole 3.55 MB
Jaypee Pulmonary valve in RT sided inflow-outflow view 4.05 MB
Jaypee Bicaval view 47.52 KB
Jaypee Midesophageal (ME) four-chamber view 37.50 KB
Jaypee Midesophageal right ventricle (ME RV) inflow outflow view 80.07 KB
Jaypee TV septal leaflet which straddles the VSD and this point measures the gradient across the VSD 1.08 MB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with severe mitral restenosis following a CMV done on this patient in dysphonic with mitral area of 0.6 and moderate tricuspid regurgitation. TV annulus measures 32 mm and anterior papillary muscle is tethered 1.73 MB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with severe mitral restenosis following a CMV done on this patient in dysphonic with mitral area of 0.6 and moderate tricuspid regurgitation. TV annulus measures 32 mm and anterior papillary muscle is tethered 533.73 KB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with severe mitral restenosis following a CMV done on this patient in dysphonic with mitral area of 0.6 and moderate tricuspid regurgitation. TV annulus measures 32 mm and anterior papillary muscle is tethered 756.99 KB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with severe mitral restenosis following a CMV done on this patient in dysphonic with mitral area of 0.6 and moderate tricuspid regurgitation. TV annulus measures 32 mm and anterior papillary muscle is tethered 494.37 KB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with severe mitral restenosis following a CMV done on this patient in dysphonic with mitral area of 0.6 and moderate tricuspid regurgitation. TV annulus measures 32 mm and anterior papillary muscle is tethered 528.33 KB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with severe mitral restenosis following a CMV done on this patient in dysphonic with mitral area of 0.6 and moderate tricuspid regurgitation. TV annulus measures 32 mm and anterior papillary muscle is tethered 545.91 KB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with severe mitral restenosis following a CMV done on this patient in dysphonic with mitral area of 0.6 and moderate tricuspid regurgitation. TV annulus measures 32 mm and anterior papillary muscle is tethered 654.32 KB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with severe mitral restenosis following a CMV done on this patient in dysphonic with mitral area of 0.6 and moderate tricuspid regurgitation. TV annulus measures 32 mm and anterior papillary muscle is tethered 401.06 KB
Jaypee Functional tricuspid regurgitation with mitral stenosis 736.97 KB
Jaypee Tricuspid valve 4 chamber view 66.01 KB
Jaypee ME RV inflow—outflow view 80.07 KB
Jaypee Mid-esophageal bicaval modified view 81.01 KB
Jaypee View of coronary sinus 79.75 KB
Jaypee Midesophageal aortic valve short axis view 65.07 KB
Jaypee Transgastric tricuspid valve short axis view 43.24 KB
Jaypee Transgastric-RV inflow view 496.92 KB
Jaypee The ruptured papillary muscle 261.82 KB
Jaypee The carcinoid heart disease. The tricuspid valve seen “enface” with all 3 leaflet with thickened and shortened leaflets causing stenosis and/or regurgitation and ultimately right heart failure 220.35 KB
Jaypee Laminar tricuspid regurgitation in trans­thoracic view 234.61 KB
Jaypee The laminar flow in tricuspid regurgitation, wherein, the regurgitant volume is much greater for a given transvalvar pressure gradient. The velocity of the jet is around 2 m/s 674.73 KB
Jaypee Severity of RVOT obstruction should be ruled out with Doppler. This may dilate the TV annulus and cause a TR as in this 22-year-old male 582.26 KB
Jaypee TR coexisted with PS in this 24-year-old patient who underwent a DCRV repair with a diverge repair for the TV 556.99 KB
Jaypee Tricuspid regurgitation in a patient with chronic constrictive pericarditis 178.14 KB
Jaypee Double outlet right ventricle with ventricle septal defect with mitral stenosis 1020.47 KB
Jaypee Ebstein anomaly of the tricuspid valve 942.44 KB
Jaypee Three dimension (3D) echo cardiogram of Ebsteins’ anomaly of tricuspid valve regurgitation 502.36 KB
Jaypee Tricuspid atresia with ASD and VSD 276.44 KB
Jaypee 3D tricuspid atresia 8.11 MB
Jaypee Mild tricuspid regurgitation with mitral valve repair 408.49 KB
Jaypee Huge tricuspid regurgitation 645.08 KB
Jaypee Tricuspid regurgitation with mitral stenosis 400.49 KB
Jaypee Mitral stenosis with TR 359.78 KB
Jaypee Three dimensional echocardiography of tricuspid regurgitation 1.51 MB
Jaypee Tricuspid stenosis on 3D TEE with thickened TV cusps 220.35 KB
Jaypee Carcinoid heart disease 28.46 MB
Jaypee TEE of pulmonary valve stenosis 68.14 KB
Jaypee Tetralogy of Fallot in pulmonary stenosis 150.01 KB
Jaypee Double chamber right ventricular in pulmonary stenosis 556.99 KB
Jaypee Pulmonary insufficiency 128.02 KB
Jaypee Associated lesions in pulmonary stenosis 5.36 MB
Jaypee Arterial septal defect in pulmonary stenosis 54.28 MB
Jaypee Fetal echocrdiography in pulmonary stenosis 23.55 MB
Jaypee Severe pulmonary stenosis with color Doppler 2.40 MB
Jaypee Double outlet right ventricle with pulmonary stenosis 85.44 KB
Jaypee Pulmonic valve and RVOT at 70°–110° 4.14 MB
Jaypee Pulmonary valve in right sided inflow-outflow view 4.05 MB
Jaypee Tricuspid inflow and pulmonic regurgitation in diastole 3.55 MB
Jaypee PPHN, pulmonary regurgitation 1.59 MB
Jaypee The marked distortion of right ventricular and right atrial geometry. The approx position of the mitral annulus is noted by the broad arrow at the lower right. 97.51 KB
Jaypee Ebstein anomaly in adult patient with continuous wave Doppler 1.02 MB
Jaypee Ebstein anomaly in adult patient with continuous wave Doppler 1.53 MB
Jaypee Ebstein anomaly in adult patient with continuous wave Doppler 408.94 KB
Jaypee A long snake-like posterior leaflet 494.55 KB
Jaypee A long snake-like posterior leaflet 618.47 KB
Jaypee Real time 2D and 3D transthoracic echo­cardiography in right ventricular thrombus 524.98 KB
 

Echocardiography is an integral part of clinical study of cardiovascular diseases. Transesophageal Echocardiography of the Tricuspid and Pulmonary valves is aimed primarily for cardiology, cardiac anesthesia, and cardiac surgery fellows as it also has a 3D TEE aspect to most of the diseases of the right ventricle. The chapters in the book encompass information on all aspects of the two valves of the right side i.e. Tricuspid and Pulmonary Valves and for the first time, a chapter each on their respective pathologies. The details of each lesion on TEE for the right ventricle are very beautifully illustrated with figures, tables and videos which are self-explanatory. The book which emphasizes on a particular part of the cardiac anatomy is a must read for every echocardiographer. The book is a practical guide for a clinician who sees patients with right sided lesions of the heart. The last chapter is entirely dedicated to multiple choice questions.

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