CASE – The Powerful Echo Tool for You

The latest issue of CASE, ASE’s open access case reports journal, is available and includes, “Fetal Diagnosis in a Unique Case of Vascular and Cardiac Interdependence in Omphaloischiopagus Conjoined Twins,” by Mansi Gaitonde, MD, Joseph Kreeger, ACS, RCCS, RDCS, William Border, MBChB, Jessica Roberts, MD, Summer Elshenawy, MD, Franklyn Geary, MD, and Erik Michelfelder, MD. Mr. Kreeger said, “This was truly one of the most rare, complex, and fascinating fetal cases that have ever been reported, and multimodality imaging was key in making the proper diagnosis. I am so very thankful to have been a part of the imaging team for these twins.”

Additional cases in this issue explore COVID-19, papillary muscle predicaments, thrombus, residual ramifications, and acquired consequences, including “Acquired Stenosis of All Four Heart Valves in a Boxer Mixer Dog,” by Matthew Boothe, DVM, and Steven Rosenthal, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology).

Visit the CASE homepage to take advantage of the CME activities involving structural heart disease and cardiac masses and view the new What is this Image? quiz created by our esteemed co-Editor-in-Chief Karen G. Zimmerman, BS, ACS, RDCS, RVT, FASE, and her colleagues, Margret Onyeaghor, RCS, Guillermo Uriate, MD, RN, ACS, RDCS, Kartik Gupta, MD, Bobak Rabbani, MD, and James Lee, MD, FASE, from the Henry Ford Echocardiography Lab, Detroit, Michigan.