Echo of the Day
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AMA Category 1 Credit for Physicians Only.
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Echo-of-the-Day Information
The Echo-of-the-Day is a presentation of one to four image or video loops to present an important topic in echocardiography. Please reveiw the image or video loops and then answer the questions below. After you have answered the questions you can view the explanation and obtain CME credit (if available).

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EOTD Information Table
Title: Name that Valve
EOTD#: 116
AMA CME Units: 0.25 Units
Estimated Time: 15 minutes
CME Requirements: Active CME Session and must be a paid, active subscriber to iTEE or eTEE AND have enough CME credits in your bank. AMA CME ONLY.
 
Presentation: A patient had the following loop.
 
 
Loops:
Discussion Questions:
#1: Name the valve and the structure with the valve that travels along the left atrial wall.
 
 
 
Explanation/CME Questions
Explanation: The structure is called the coronary sinus.  At the orifice of the coronary sinus (CS) is the Thebesian valve or the valve of the coronary sinus. The valve prevents regurgitation of blood from the RA into the CS during atrial contraction.  The valve was named for Adam Christian Thebesius who was a German cardiac anatomist.
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