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Successful Three-Dimensional Reconstruction Using Transesophageal Echocardiography in a Patient with a Left Atrial Myxoma
Japanese Heart Journal
Two-dimensional echocardiography can provide intracardiac images. However, the cross-sectional images require mental reconstruction to understand a three-dimensional intracardiac structure. It is sometimes hard for inexperienced echocardiographers to engage in reconstruction. Thus, three-dimensional echocardiography is potentially beneficial because these images can provide extra information without mental reconstruction. Herein we demonstrate three-dimensional reconstruction usingdoi:10.1536/jhj.42.789 pmid:11933928 fatcat:xwb2fpbil5fh7glp63xtqkl2pi