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Rebecca Kapur, Managing Editor, Cath Lab Digest
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March 2019

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Volume 27 Issue 3
Here, images from a 98-year-old patient are evaluated (via 3mensio analysis software/ Pie Medical Imaging) for transcatheter mitral valve repair (TMVR), in order to determine sizing and positioning for a mitral valve replacement.
The Rush University Medical Center Experience: A 360° View of the Vascade Performance Guarantee
A coronary perforation is a rare but frightening event in the cardiac cath lab.
We report here an interesting case of the RCA originating from the mid LAD, resulting in paucity of vascular supply to the right ventricle and myocardial ischemia on perfusion imaging.
Standard ICE probes only offer a single plane of imaging and full visualization of the three leaflets of the tricuspid valve requires imaging from multiple planes.