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Cath Introduction
Rotation Principles 1
Rotation Principles 2
Rotation Principles 3
Grading Stenoses
Coronary Angio 1
Coronary Angio 2
Coronary Angio 3
Coronary Angio 4
Coronary Angio 5
Coronary Angio 6
Left anterior descending
Circumflex
Right coronary artery
Dominant RCA 1
Dominant RCA 2
Dominant Left
LCA AP View 1
LCA AP View 2
LCA RAO 1
LCA RAO 2
LCA RAO Cra 1
LCA RAO Cra 2 
 
  LCA RAO Cau
LCA RAO Cau 2
LCA LAO 1
LCA LAO 2
LCA LAO Cra 1
LCA LAO Cra 2
LCA LAO Cau 1
LCA LAO Cau 2
RCA AP View 1
RCA AP View 2
RCA RAO 1
RCA RAO 2
RCA RAO Cra 1
RCA RAO Cra 2
RCA RAO Cau 1
RCA RAO Cau 2
RCA LAO 1
RCA LAO 2
RCA LAO Cra 1
RCA LAO Cra 2
RCA LAO Cau 1
RCA LAO Cau 2
Cardiac Auscultation
Heart Sounds
Split S1
Ejection sound
S4 gallop
Physiologic S2
Paradoxical S2
Fixed S2
S3 gallop
S3 and S4 gallops
Summation gallop
Opening snap 80 ms
Opening snap 60 ms
Opening snap 120 ms
Midsystolic click
Multiple systolic clicks

Systolic Murmurs
Ejection murmur
Physiologic murmur
Cooing murmur
Mild AS
Moderate AS
Severe AS
ASD
  Systolic Murmurs (cont'd)
Pulmonary stenosis
Hypertrophic CMP
Mitral Regurgitation
Tricuspid Regurgitation
VSD
Click and Murmur
Late Systolic murmur
Diastolic Murmurs

Aortic Regurgitation
Acute AR
Austin Flint
Pulmonary Regurgitation
PR due to Pulm HTN
Mitral stenosis
Systolic-Diastolic Murmurs
AS and AR
MR and AR
MS and MR
Continuous Murmurs
PDA
Venous hum
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