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Bartel T et al.  
Intracardiac Echocardiography - Technology and Clinical Role

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2002; 5 (2): 133-137

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Fig. 1: Intrakardiale Echokardiographie Fig. 2: Intrakardiale Echokardiographie Fig. 3: Intrakardialer Ultraschall Fig. 4: Intrakardiale Echokardiographie Fig. 5: Intrakardiale Echokardiographie Fig. 6: Intrakardiale Echokardiographie Fig. 7: Intrakardiale Echokardiographie Last Image

Keywords: koronar-arterielle ReaktivitštProgrammierungbirth weightcoronary artery reactivityperinatalprogramming

Transthoracic and transoesophageal echocardiography (TTE, TEE) are established standard approaches to diagnose a variety of cardiac diseases. Both techniques are limited, however, particularly in some clinical scenarios. Therefore, intracardiac echocardiography has gained acceptance, eg to guide certain interventional procedures such as catheter positioning and ablation. Up to now, all commercially available intraluminal ultrasonic devices were restricted to two-dimensional (2D) imaging. We discuss our first experience with and potential uses of a new ultrasonic transducer-tipped catheter device with unlimited echocardiographic capabilities.
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