Hello friends. Young girl in immediate postpartum period (normal delivery) in cold shock. Look the small and \"pseudo\" collapsed cardiac chambers and pericardial effusion, that, in pseuco
A4C appears moderate...but...IVC is very small...
Note what happens when fluid status became normal...chambers filled and pericardial effusion is minimal.
70 yo, male, po patient right femoropopliteal bypass because acute arterial occlusion (AAO). Vascular surgeon says the origin of AAO is thrombotic...but...TTE shows mild to moderate Mitral stenosis:
look to anterior mitral valve doming, aliasing in mitral inflow, moderately enlarged LA...and no thrombi in LA (but is not TEE)...in contralateral lower limb triphasic spectral doppler waveform
...What do you think? thrombotic or cardioembolic? (he have implanted a DDDR permanent pacemaker a cup of years ago)