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  • echo guide

    I have recently read on another thead about Lisa's echo guide. can someone tell me where to find this? I had a echo recently and just recieved the written report. I posted early about what the nurse told us what the results were but must have misunderstood her. A guide would be a great tool to try to understand these aggravating test. thanks for all the help!

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    Kenneth -

    Lisa did post some echo lingo. Here's the link. I hope it helps.

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    Mom of Keanu
    4 years old (will be in March)
    Dx at 2 days old with Biventricular hypertrophy
    Dx at 6 weeks with HOCM
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    Dx at 3 with Noonan Syndrome

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