First Issue of CASE is Now Online

Don’t miss the inaugural issue of CASE including 10 case reports from experts around the world. ASE’s new cardiovascular ultrasound case reports journal will be published bi-monthly. CASE topics reflect current practice concerns and feature multiple, complementary imaging modalities. This journal is designed to facilitate the reader’s understanding of complex cases to encourage more accurate diagnosis and ultimately improve patient care. It emphasizes case-based problem solving through critical analysis, insightful solutions, and innovative imaging. CASE was developed for the global community. The editorial board represents echo experts from a wide variety of countries, and featured cases introduce interesting images found across the world. Interested in submitting your case? See the instructions here. Have a mystery image you would like to feature in our “What Is This Image?” feature which debuts in the April issue? Email your image, along with a description of what it displays, to Deborah Meyer, CASE Managing Editor at dmeyer@asecho.org.

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