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COMMENTARY
1.  Unicuspid Aortic Valve : Overview of A Rare Congenital Cardiac Anomaly
ORIGINAL RESEARCH
1.  Prognostic significance of Right Ventricular ejection fraction (RV-EF) assessed by 2D echocardiography in Hospitalized patients with Dilated Cardiomyopathy
2.  Transesophageal Echocardiography in patients of acute stroke
3.  Reproducibility of Echocardiography in Assessing Left Atrial Reservoir Function in Rheumatic Mitral Valve Disease
4.  Comparison of traditional and novel markers of sub clinical atherosclerosis for evaluating cardiovascular risk in asymptomatic population
CONTEMPORARY TOPIC
1.  Raised prosthetic valve gradients: What should be the approach?
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  3D Echo and 3D TEE for Mitral Valve Disease
2.  GLOBAL LONGITUDINAL STRAIN; A PRACTICAL STEP BY STEP APPROACH TO LONGITUDINAL STRAIN IMAGING.
3.  CARDIAC MR IMAGING IN INFILTRATIVE CARDIOMYOPATHY
INTERESTING CASE REPORT
1.  Aortic Intimo-intimal Intussusception: A rare variant of Aortic Dissection
2.  Quadrivalvular Rheumatic Heart Disease - Case Report
3.  A rare combination of Anomalous Origin of Right Pulmonary Artery from Aorta (AOPA) with Congenital Tricuspid Valve Anomaly and Severe Tricuspid Regurgitation
4.  Neonate in respiratory distress with to and fro shunt from Aorta to Right ventricle
5.  An extremely rare case of carcinoma rectum metastasizing to the heart
6.  Unicommissural Aortic Valve in young adult: Rare congenital abnormality presenting as symptomatic and severe aortic stenosis
7.  Rare Case Of Unicuspid Unicommissural Aortic Valve Presenting In Adult As Infective Endocarditis ,Aortic Root Abscess, Complete Heart Block
8.  A large undulating Left Ventricular Apical thrombus encroaching upto Aortic Valve’
9.  Pericardial tamponade due to main pulmonary artery dissection in a young patient with Eisenmenger’s Syndrome
10.  Atypical presentation of typical parachute like asymmetrical mitral valve.
11.  Arrhythmogenic Isolated Left Atrial Cardiomyopthy : A Case Report
INTERESTING IMAGES
1.  Hampton’s Hump and Westermark Sign : An Interesting X Ray View
2.  Tuberculous Constrictive Pericarditis with pericardial calcification – an antique picture.
3.  Type 9 Dual left anterior descending artery [LAD] or triple LAD anomaly – a rare anomaly.
4.  Interesting images of a case of Takayasu Aortitis
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
1.  Tissue Doppler – Time to abandon a flawed technique?
SPECIAL MESSAGE
1.  Building a global and diverse community of echo enthusiasts