The CASE Menu Increases for October CASE!

The latest issue of CASE, ASE’s online case reports journal, is available, and includes 35 articles. This increase reflects the large jump in our submissions during the pandemic. We wish to thank you for sharing your interesting case reports. In this issue, we wish to draw your attention to “Loeffler Endocarditis as a Manifestation of Paraneoplastic Hypereosinophilia,” from Brian P. Kelley, MD, Casey Gazda, MD, and Joseph A. Siyak, MD. Lead author Dr. Kelley says, “We describe a case of Loeffler Endocarditis in a patient with paraneoplastic eosinophilia in the setting of metastatic renal cell carcinoma. Although imaging findings associated with the disease are not uncommonly equivocal, echocardiography plays an important role in its diagnosis and management.”

COVID-19 consequences, anatomic anomalies, aortic awareness, carotid strands, fetal/congenital cases, diagnosing diseases, infectious identities (including “Cardiac Manifestations of Trypanosoma cruzi Infection in a Domestic Dog“), surgical situations, and valve disease are all topics covered in this issue. CASE is a valuable tool for mentors, educators, and sonographers. CASE co-Editors-in-Chief, Karen G. Zimmerman, BS, ACS, RDCS, RVT, FASE, and L. Leonardo Rodriguez, MD, FASE, FACC, are continually grateful to the all the authors and reviewers who have dedicated their time and effort to CASE’s mission of publishing high-quality educational content. We realize this is especially challenging during this pandemic when so much more energy is necessary for navigating everyday life.

CASE always wants to hear from readers and potential authors with opinions and questions. Don’t hesitate to email managing editor, Deborah Meyer at DMeyer@ASEcho.org. We would love to know what in this issue you find especially provocative!