1. MV PRolapse from LA sys only

  2. Case2 2

  3. Case2 4

  4. Case2 6

  5. Case2 1

  6. Case2 5

  7. Pisaworkflow Nov2011 3

  8. ESIE LVA

  9. normal MV from LA sys only

  10. movie of 4 jets 1)

  11. movie of jet and orifice

  12. 4D valve

  13. Intelligent Platforms for Disease Assessment: Novel Approaches in Functional Echocardiography

  14. Join us for the 2013 ASCeXAM/ReASCE Review Course

  15. 26th Annual State-of-the-Art Echocardiography

  16. Happy Holidays from ASE!

  17. Join us for ASE's 23rd Annual Echo Hawaii!

  18. ASE Foundation 2012 Cardiovascular Ultrasound Research and Technology Summit

  19. Join us for the 24th Annual Scientific Sessions

  20. Echo Florida 2012

  21. ASE Global: Focus on India

  22. Connect@ASE Tutorial

  23. How to do a Basic Transthoracic Echocardiogram: Transducer Position and Anatomy

  24. Echo Hawaii 2012

  25. klein_final_movie.mov

  26. Julius M. Gardin, ASE President from '93-'94

  27. ASE Past President Arthur E. Weyman '91-'92

  28. David J. Sahn '87-'88

  29. Tony DeMaria, ASE's 5th President, talks about starting JASE and more.

  30. Joseph A. Kisslo shares his memories of echo and ASE

  31. Walter Henry, MD, FASE, ASE's 3rd President, talks about the early days of echo

  32. Richard L. Popp, MD, FASE ASE's 2nd President talks about his experiences

  33. Harvey Feigenbaum Talks About the Beginning of Echocardiography

  34. Marian Vermillion, RDCS, President and CEO of CIS, Inc.

  35. ASE's State-of-the-Art Echocardiography was Sold out for a reason!

  36. What did Dr. Weg Learn at SOTA?

  37. Umland, Matt

  38. How do you like ASE's State of the Art Course?

  39. video

  40. Regional Wall Motion Abnormalities

  41. 3CH Regional Wall Motion Abnormality

  42. 2CH Regional Wall Motion Abnormality

  43. 4CH Regional Wall Motion Abnormality

  44. Regional Wall Mition Abnormailty

  45. Regional wall motion abnormalities

  46. MITRAL STENOSIS AND TRICUSPID STENOSIS

  47. Inter-atrial septal aneurysm

  48. Apical Trabeculation

  49. Adult PDA

  50. Unusual left atrial mixoma

  51. Unusual left atrial mixoma

  52. Mitral Vegetation

  53. Cor triatriatum

  54. Tricuspid Valve Vegetation

  55. Spontaneous Echo Contrast and Thrombus

  56. Unicuspid Aortic Valve

  57. Who Administers Contrast Agents in Your Lab ?

  58. Do Contrast Agents Impact Diagnostic Information?

  59. Who might decide when contrast is used in the exam?

  60. When should contrast be used in the echocardiographic procedure?

  61. Tricuspid Valve Mass

  62. TV Mass - Large - 3D

  63. 3D TEE of MV Mass

  64. Descending Thoracic Aorta

  65. Normal Mitral Valve

  66. Unusual left atrial mixoma

  67. Mass in Right and left atria

  68. Coronary Artery Bypass Graft

  69. Patent Ductus Arteriosus

  70. Large Apical Echo Density

  71. Apical Trabeculation

  72. LV Thrombus by Biplane TEE

  73. Inter-atrial septal aneurysm

  74. MVR with poor lvf

  75. coarctation

  76. Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

  77. Cardiac Amyloidosis

  78. Apical Wall Motion Abnormality

  79. Ebstein's Anomaly

  80. Atrioventricular (AV) canal defect

  81. Left Ventricular Assist Device

  82. Severe Pulmonary Hypertension

  83. Apical Thrombus

  84. Cardiac Amyloid

  85. Apical LV thrombus

  86. MS 3d

  87. MS Commissural Fusion

  88. Cor Triatriatum

  89. Cor Triatriatum

  90. Rhuematic Ao Valve

  91. Unicuspid Ao Valve

  92. Congenital MS

  93. Carcinoid w/Positive Bubble

  94. Septal Pseudoaneurysm Post MI

  95. left ventricular non-compaction

  96. Descending thoracic aorta mass

  97. Multiple Atrial Septal Defects

  98. Vegetation

  99. Cor triatriatum