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Anesthesia & Analgesia. 124(6):1783-1785, June 2017
Prebypass comprehensive TEE showed severely depressed left ventricular function with spontaneous echo contrast (SEC), basal to mid-ventricular inferior and inferolateral wall akinesis, dilated apex with dyskinesis and no evidence of left ventricular thrombus. A prominent false tendon (FT) was visualized at the mid-esophageal long-axis view both before and after thrombus evacuation. AK: akinesis, DK: dyskinesis.