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OUR MISSION: TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
Authors: Taner Sen,MD.Hospital, CardiologyDumlupinar University Kutahya Evliya Celebi Education and Research On behalf of the EACVI club 35 for Turkey
Modified Apical four chamber view shows a fibrillary structure that moves into the left ventricle with mitral valve closing and into the left atrium with mitral valve opening (white arrow).
Color flow image shows severe mitral regurgitation.
Ruptured chorda of anterior mitral leaflet moving into the left ventricle with mitral valve closing and into the left atrium with mitral valve opening jhgfvtransthoracic five chamber apical view.
Apical 4 chamber tranthoracic view shows severe mitral regurgitation.
Apical 5 chamber tranthoracic view shows severe aortic regurgitation.
Ruptured chorda of anterior mitral leaflet moving into the left ventricle with mitral valve closing and into the left atrium with mitral valve opening in zoom view.
The white arrowshows a hypoechogenic cystic structure on the aortic valve,suggestive of an abscess cavity as a complication of previous infective endocarditis.
The color flow image of the same view demonstrates an aortic jet through the abscess cavity into the left ventricle outflow tract, indicating rupture of the aortic valve.
The white arrows show(A) the ruptured leaflet of the aortic valve
Ruptured chorda of the anterior mitral leaflet.
Cystic structure of previous abscess formation and blood flow passing through the hole on ihat cystic structıure was shown in transesophafeal 2D and color Doppler views.
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