What are You Using to Spread Echo Knowledge?

CASE, ASE’s bimonthly, online case reports journal, has just entered its second year of publication with the February issue that is now online. This journal has gotten strong support from the community and is attracting a growing readership.

As the Editors-in-Chief share in their editorial, “A team is made up of many individuals all looking at the same scenario from different vantage points, and this is best accomplished with many eyes. Together we are stronger.” This issue of CASE is focused on the importance of a team when addressing the mitral valve including, “Percutaneous Repair of Severe Eccentric Mitral Regurgitation Due to Medial Commissural Flail: Challenges for Imaging and Intervention,” from Drs. Eleonora Avenatti, Marija Vukicevic, Kinan C. El-Tallawi, Colin M. Marker, and Stephen H. Little.  Mitral Mysteries, Cath Lab Conundrums, One Trunk or Two? Unusual Anatomy, and Spontaneous Echo Contrast round out the Table of Contents. Read the latest issue here.

Congratulations to Myo Lwin, MBBS, and Christian Hamilton-Craig, MBBS, PhD, BMedSci(Hons), FRACP, FCSANZ, FSCCT, and FACC, from the Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, for supplying the What is This Image? quiz on the CASE homepage.