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Table 2 Ultrasound image interpretation exam

From: The feasibility and efficacy of implementing a focused cardiac ultrasound course into a medical school curriculum

Cardiac view recognition
  Parasternal long-axis view 26/31 (83.8%)
  Parasternal short-axis view – Base 19/31 (61.3%)
  Parasternal short-axis view – Mid-ventricle 19/31 (61.3%)
  Parasternal short-axis view – Apex 20/31 (64.5%)
  Apical 4-chamber 29/31 (93.5%)
  Apical 2-chamber 22/31 (70.9%)
  Apical 3-chamber 19/31 (61.3%)
  Subcostal 26/31 (83.9%)
Ventricular Function
  Left ventricle – Normal function 30/31 (96.8%)
  Left ventricle – Dysfunction 30/31 (96.8%)
  Left ventricle – Hyperdynamic contractility 28/31 (90.3%)
  Left ventricle – Regional wall motion contractility 25/31 (80.6%)
  Right ventricle – Normal function 31/31 (100%)
Mitral and Aortic Valves
  Mitral valve – Normal structure 31/31 (100%)
  Mitral valve – Rheumatic injury 31/31 (100%)
  Mitral valve – Regurgitation 25/31 (80.6%)
  Aortic valve – Normal structure 10/11 (90.9%)
  Aortic valve – Bicuspid valve 8/31 (25.8%)
  Aortic valve – Calcified 22/31 (71%)
Other
  Dilated cardiomyopathy 25/31 (80.6%)
  Pericardial effusion 19/20 (95%)
  Dilated inferior vena cava 16/31 (51.6%)