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into Menu Topics. Please note that there are two different sets of drop-down
menus so as to ensure compatibility with older browsers. Select an item
from the drop-down list and then cycle through the other items within
the same topic by clicking on the "NEXT" arrow button (that will be
provided on the right hand corners). Clicking on the "PRIOR" left corner arrow will return you to the previous page.
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the drop-down list.
heart sounds & murmurs and interactive
CardiologySite.com was conceived
to serve as a remote learning experience for health care providers, students,
residents, fellows and people interested in expanding their knowledge
in specific areas of cardiology. It was designed to provide the equivalent
of classroom lectures and demonstrations with the use of the latest web-based
multimedia technology. To facilitate this process, lessons were designed
from the ground up instead of scanning in textbooks or videotaping a slide
presentation and then modifying it for use on the Internet.
New!! Our site
is compatible with Pocket PC devices!!
This lesson module was designed for use
by desktop as well as Pocket PC devices. Please note that if you
are planning to use this lesson with a Pocket PC, you will need to download
and install Macromedia
Flash Player for Pocket PC on your device.
On the right is an animated rendition of the heart. You may rotate and label different views of the animation.
The Educational content material was designed
and developed by Abdulla M. Abdulla, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.C. He is
a Clinical Professor of Medicine and is a prior Chief of Cardiology
at the Medical College of Georgia. He is board certified in Internal
Medicine, Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology and has published
multiple scientific articles in text books and major medical journals.
He is also the recipient of a dozen Teacher of the Year awards from
a Medical School. He is a former Teaching Scholar of The American
Heart Association and is nationally recognized as an expert on Internet-based
To obtain information about cardiac tests, please visit our sister site, HeartSite.com. The site provides extensive information about a multitude of different diagnostic tests and therapeutic procedures such as isotope stress testing, transesophageal echocardiography, Holter monitor, Head-up tilt tests, etc.
We plan on adding new topics or updates. Please visit again! This Site was Last updated on June 9, 2007
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