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Three-dimensional intracardiac echocardiography and pulmonary embolism
Three-dimensional intracardiac echocardiography (3D ICE) with wide azimuthal elevation is a novel technique performed for assessment of cardiac anatomy and guidance of intracardiac procedures, being able to provide unique views with good spatial and temporal resolution. Complications arising from this invasive procedure and the value of 3D ICE in the detection and diagnosis of acute cardiovascular pathology are not comprehensively described. This case illustrates a previously unreporteddoi:10.1186/s12947-020-00220-3 pmid:32819376 fatcat:k2fi2qgnhvfgffc7xx3cyo2ypa