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ORIGINAL RESEARCH
1.  Atrioventricular plane displacement on echocardiography in patients with left ventricular systolic dysfunction
2.  Significance of Tissue Doppler Echocardiography based Dispersion Index of Myocardial Velocities in Differentiation of Ischemic and Non Ischemic Cardiomyopathy - A Novel Echocardiographic Parameter
3.  IMPACT OF MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT ON RIGHT VENTRICLE FUNCTION IN MITRAL STENOSIS
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Fetal Echo: Application of Four Chamber view and Additional views in Obstetric Anomaly Scan and Third trimester low risk pregnancy
2.  Measurement of Aortic Root Dimensions by Transthoracic Echocardiogram in Normal Indian Population
INTERESTING CASE REPORT
1.  Cardiac Hydatid cyst - a case report
2.  CARDIAC DIVERTICULUM: A CASE SERIES BASED DISCUSSION
3.  Diffuse Constrictive pericarditis with focal sparing resulting in multiple ventricular free wall outpouchings mimicking aneurysm
4.  VSD and Bicuspidity of both semilunar valves with obstruction creating complex hemodynamics
5.  Role of POCUS in Cardiac surgical emergencies like Left Ventricular puncture - A case report.
6.  A Rare Case of Dilated Right Atrium in a Newborn
7.  AN UNUSUAL ASSOCIATION of UNICUSPID AORTIC VALVE
8.  VANISHING TUMOUR OF HEART- VERY UNUSUAL LOCATION OF LV THROMBUS
9.  Right ventricular free wall rupture: a catastrophic sequela of myocardial ischemia- case report and review of literature
10.  Right juxtaposition of Atrial Appendages
11.  Pericardial effusion secondary to Dressler’s syndrome leading to intractable ventricular tachycardia: Pericardio(centesis)-cardioversion of an Electrical tamponade.
12.  Congenital Mitral Aortic Intervalvular Fibrosa aneurysm with congenital Sub-mitral aneurysm
INTERESTING IMAGES
1.  An unexpected regression of the ascending aorta dilatation in a young adult patient
2.  Supravalvular aortic stenosis with extensive atherosclerosis and Fatal premature coronary artery disease secondary to homozygous familial Hypercholesterolemia – so early but too late!!
3.  The triad of Lefts: Left isomerism, Left sided continuation (Hemiazygos)of interrupted Inferior vena cava draining into Left Superior Vena Cava
SPECIAL MESSAGE
1.  Cor triatriatum or Pseudo Cor triatriatum in an elderly patient. Are we missing something?