A repository for rare and interesting cardiology cases
ETSU Cardiology Video Library
We start off with one of the classics. A case of non-obstructive HCM.
Apical Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
Not entirely classic, but enough to suspect and prove. It was suspected and it was proved. So there.
There is something about how a fibroelastoma flutters outside the valve. It gets an A+ on the aesthetic approval scale.
This PDA has been operating its machinery for over 70 years, only to have its existence betrayed by a routine echo.
Good old amyloidosis.
This is one of the "common" rare conditions. These echos are so pretty, they deserve a place in any library.
Well known moderate AS, resultant LVH and a parasternal view. Why is this here?
This staphylococcal family decided to infiltrate the aortic valve and do their best to look like a benign fibroelastoma. We uncovered the farce and nuked them with antibiotics though.
Bugs everywhere. Endocarditis of the pulmonary valve and the RV apex. Endocarditis of the RV apex is a pretty rare phenomenon.