We are very pleased with how EchoJournal, our echocardiography video sharing community, is growing. We now have more than 100 videos, many members, and pretty good traffic. So if you are a cardiologist, anesthesiologist, radiologist, medical student, or just a person interested in cardiac echoes, you can browse through our videos, upload your own, and discuss individual cases. The site is curated by David E. Winchester, MD, a Cardiology Fellow at the University of Florida. EchoJournal is offering its users many choices: keep videos private for storage or place them openly for discussions, embed videos on your own or departmental page, organize your own groups, channels, and more.
Here’s a sample video titled Thrombus or Papillary muscle?? (so what is it?)
Some of the latest videos:
Status post transplant, Shumway procedure… Just how badly can a ventricle squeeze be? Definity shows us…. Eccentric TR jet suggests flail leaflet… Atrial fibrillation makes echo interpretation difficult… Abscess Cavity or just a fibrotic calcification?…