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Transesophageal Echocardiograms of Jan-June 2002

June 2002

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Question: A lesion in which coronary artery distribution best describes the wall motion seen?

Answer: RCA distribution

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May 2002
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Question: What is the abnormality of the tricuspid valve?

Answer: Bileaflet mitral valve prolpase.

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April 2002

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Question: What is the abnormality of the tricuspid valve?

Answer: Carcinoid involvement of the tricuspid valve.

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March 2002

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Question: Where is the color flow originating?

Answer: Akinesis of the anterior apex.

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February 2002
<font color="#990099"><b>Identify this posterior structure
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Question: Where is the color flow originating?

Answer: Flow through the aortic cannula during cardiopulmonary bypass

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January 2002
<font color="#990099"><b>Identify this posterior structure
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Question: Identify this posterior structure imaged in the mid thoracic region.

Answer: Spinal Cord

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