By Martin G. St. John Sutton, Alan R. Maniet, Jerry Blaivas, David A. McGowan, David Gordon, Stuart Stanton
Clinically suitable emphasis right here offers the reader with an authoritative assessment of what thoughts can be found and what photos should be acquired. The multiplane probe, paediatric and 3D probes, and colour stream Doppler are incorporated.
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Consistent use of the same sector orientation and depth of field allows rapid recognition of cardiac anatomy and abnormalities of cardiac dimension, once expertise is gained in transesophageal echocardiography. When the transducer is passed to approximately 50–55 cm from the incisor teeth, the probe is in the stomach and imaging may begin. Starting the examination in the stomach gives the operator the knowledge and assurance that there is no gross esophageal or gastric pathology, if the probe passes without significant complication.
An Atlas of Multiplane Transesophageal Echocardiography by Martin G. St. John Sutton, Alan R. Maniet, Jerry Blaivas, David A. McGowan, David Gordon, Stuart Stanton