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Normal Left Ventricular Systolic and Diastolic Strain Rate Values in Children Derived from Two-Dimensional Speckle-Tracking Echocardiography
Routine Use of Contrast on Admission Transthoracic Echocardiography for Heart Failure Reduces the Rate of Repeat Echocardiography during Index Admission
Lung Ultrasound Imaging: A Primer for Echocardiographers
Patent Foramen Ovale Channel Morphometric Characteristics Associated with Cryptogenic Stroke: The MorPFO Score
Left Ventricular Apical Aneurysms in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Equivalent Detection by Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Contrast Echocardiography

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Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography

Cover Image - Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography, Volume 34, Issue 12
The Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography(JASE) brings physicians and sonographers peer-reviewed original investigations and state-of-the-art review articles that cover conventional clinical applications of cardiovascular ultrasound, as well as newer techniques with emerging clinical applications. These include three-dimensional echocardiography, strain and strain rate methods for evaluating cardiac mechanics and interventional applications.

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Case reports that make teaching points or scientific observations about echocardiography in the clinical setting can be submitted to the journal?s companion title, CASE (Cardiovascular Imaging Case Reports).

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The premier source for research and information on cardiovascular ultrasound and technology.

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American Society of Echocardiography

ASE is the Society for Cardiovascular Ultrasound Professionals™️. ASE is the largest global organization for cardiovascular ultrasound imaging serving physicians, sonographers, nurses, veterinarians, and scientists and as such is the leader and advocate, setting practice standards and guidelines for the field. Since 1975, the Society has been committed to advancing cardiovascular ultrasound to improve lives. For more information about ASE, visit: ASEcho.org and follow us @ASE360.

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Associate Editor Corner

Jordan Strom

Dr. Strom

Victoria Delgado

Dr. Delgado

In this Associate Editor Corner, JASE Editorial Board member and Social Media consultant Jordan Strom, MD, MSc, FASE, interviews JASE Associate Editor Dr. Victoria Delgado. Dr. Delgado shares her thoughts on the practice of echocardiography in Europe and the value of speckle tracking right ventricular global longitudinal strain and 3-dimensional echocardiography of the right ventricle. Tweet your feedback to @DocStrom.

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Figure 2 Pleural lines. (A) Normal hyperechoic pleural line visualized between two ribs with the transducer in a perpendicular orientation. (B) M-mode of lung sliding with horizontal lines above the pleura representing the chest wall and grainy echotexture below the pleural line indicative of lung sliding. This signature is termed “seashore sign.” (C) M-mode of abolished lung sliding appearing as multiple horizontal lines termed the “barcode” or “stratosphere” sign.

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Video 9. COVID-19 pneumonia. Features of COVID-19 pneumonia include an irregular and fragmented pleural line, subpleural consolidations, and irregularly spaced B-lines.

Special JASE Podcast Series

Amer M. Johri

Welcome to Episode #10 of the 2021 JASE Podcast Series. This week, we have a special crossover episode between the Canadian Society of Echocardiography live journal club and the JASE Podcast. In this episode, Drs. Sarah Blissett and Sabe De join Dr. Johri to discuss the paper: "Normal Values of Cardiac Output and Stroke Volume According to Measurement Technique, Age, Sex, and Ethnicity: Results of the World Alliance of Societies of Echocardiography Study" by Patel et al., with a special introduction from Dr. Michael Picard, JASE Editor-in-Chief. Learn more about the nuance of assessment of cardiac output and stroke volume based on patient demographics and measurement techniques in this newest edition of the JASE podcast. Sit back, plug in, learn, and enjoy!

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Video Link: https://youtu.be/vjV2WLFi3MY)

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