This loculated pericardial effusion is causing a unusual localized compression on the LV. Also a mass like structure is seen within the effusion. A large pleural effusion is also seen (largest area of black)


Ruptured papillary muscle and severe MR. Can see area where papillary muscle was attached.


January 23, 2007

R/O Thrombus

January 23, 2007

Join Eduardo Rame, MD, UCSF Division of Cardiology, for a look at the new treatments that reduce the need for Cardiac Transplantation.

UCB Lecture 15: Cardiology

January 7, 2007

Professor Marian Diamond. University of California, Berkeley.