heart curriculum and resources

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Parts anatomy variants, radiology 001
  parts 001.1
  pulmonary arteries 001.2.2
Function Physiology radiology 002
  cardiac cycle 002.1
  cardiac muscle 002.2
  cardiac contraction 002.3
  blood flow, pressure, and resistance 002.4
  volume and pressure relationship 002.4.1
  normal measurements 002.4.2
  ejection fraction (EF)
  stroke volume (SV)
  Left ventricular mass ( LV)
  Flow (Q = V x A)
  Pressure gradient (modified Bernoulli equation, ΔP = 4v2)
  Pulmonary-to-systemic flow (Qp/Qs) ratio
  Regurgitant volume and regurgitant fraction
  cardiac and pulmonary pressures 002.4.3
  regions of supply 002.4.4
IHD ischemic heart disease (IHD) 003
Prevention Screening Risk factors, primary prevention, and screening 003.1
  venae cava 003.1
CTA Coronary CT angiography in guiding management of chest pain 003.10
Intervention Therapeutic and interventional options 003.11
Imaging the heart modalities echocardiography, angiography, SPECT, PET, CT Advantage Limitations 003.2
  pulmonary veins 003.2
inducible ischemia Inducible myocardial ischemia 003.3
AMI acute myocardial infarction (AMI) 003.4
Chronic MI Chronic myocardial infarction (Chronic MI) 003.5
  Post-myocardial infarction complications 003.6
  rupture 003.6.1
aneurysm aneurysm (LV) 003.6.2
pseudoaneurysm pseudoaneurysm (LV) 003.6.2
papillary muscle rupture papillary muscle rupture 003.6.3
VSD post MI VSD 003.6.3
CHF Congestive heart failure (CHF) (CCF) 003.6.4
Drerssler’s Syndrome Dressler syndrome 003.6.5
perfusion and viability Myocardial perfusion and viability 003.7
stunned myocardium stunned myocardium 003.7.1
hibernating myocardium hibernating myocardium 003.7.2
LGE LGE and management of left ventrincular (LV) dysfunction 003.8
aneurysm aneurysm 003.9
stenosis stenosis 003.9
cardiomyopathy cardiomyopathy (CM) 004
hypertrophic CM cardiomyopathy hypertrophic (CM) 004.1
dilated CM cardiomyopathy dilated cardiomyopathy (CM) 004.2
restrictive cardiomyopathy restrictive (CM) 004.3
  cardiomyopathy (CM) restrictive vs constrictive pericarditis 004.3.1
ARVD Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD) 004.4
RX IR Therapeutic and interventional options 004.5
Masses masses 005
thrombus thrombus 005.1
  thrombus vs tumor 005.1.1
Benign tumors benign tumors 005.2
myxoma myxoma 005.2.1
lipoma lipoma 005.2.2
rhabdomyoma rhabdomyoma 005.2.3
fibroma fibroma 005.2.4
Interatrial lipoma lipomatous hypertrophy of the interatrial septum 005.2.5
primary malignancy primary malignant tumors 005.3
angiosarcoma angiosarcoma 005.3.1
lymphoma lymphoma 005.3.2
metastases metastases 005.4
  therapeutic and interventional options 005.5
valvular disease valvular disease 006
myxomatous degeneration valves myxomatous degeneration valves 006.1
rheumatic heart disease rheumatic heart disease 006.2
BE infective endocarditis (BE) 006.3
congenital valve disease congenital valve disease 006.4
  Specific lesions 006.5
AS aortic stenosis (AS) 006.5.1
AR aortic regurgitation (AR AI) 006.5.2
MS mitral stenosis (MS) 006.5.3
MR mitral regurgitation (MR) 006.5.4
MAC mitral annular calcification 006.5.5
  tricuspid regurgitation (TR) 006.5.6
  pulmonary stenosis (PS) 006.5.7
  pulmonary regurgitation (PR PI) 006.5.8
  therapeutic and interventional options 006.6
  pericardial disease 007
  acute pericarditis 007.1
  constrictive pericarditis 007.2
  cardiomyopathy restrictive (CM) vs constrictive pericarditis 007.2.1
  pericardial effusion 007.3
  Hemopericardium 007.3.1
  Tamponade 007.3.2
  Pericardial cyst 007.4
  Pericardial defect 007.5
  Pneumopericardium 007.6
  Therapeutic and interventional options 007.7
  Congenital Heart Disease 008
  Left-to-right shunts 008.1
  Atrial septal defect (ASD) 008.1.1
  Ventricular septal defect (VSD) 008.1.2
  Partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection (PAPVR) 008.1.3
  Scimitar syndrome 008.1.4
  Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) 008.1.5
  anomalies 008.10
  Retroaortic course of coronary artery 008.10.1
  Interarterial course of coronary artery 008.10.2
  Miscellaneous anomalies 008.11
  malposition, including situs abnormalities 008.11.1
  Congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (LTGA) 008.11.2
  Therapeutic and interventional options for CHD 008.12
  Eisenmenger syndrome 008.2
  Admixture lesions (bidirectional shunts) 008.3
  Transposition of the great arteries (DTGA) 008.3.1
  Truncus arteriosus (TA) 008.3.2
  Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection TAPVR 008.3.3
  Right-to-left shunts 008.4
  Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) pulmonary atresia VSD 008.4.1
  Ebstein anomaly 008.4.2
  Great vessel anomalies 008.5
  Pulmonary sling 008.8
  Persistent left superior vena cava (LSVC) 008.9
  Superior vena cava syndrome 009.10
  Pulmonary vein complications after radiofrequency ablation 009.11
  Thromboembolism 009.6
  Acute pulmonary embolism (PE) 009.6.1
  pulmonary embolism chronic (PE) 009.6.2
  Pulmonary hypertension 009.7
  Pulmonary arteriovenous malformation 009.8
  Pacemaker generator and pacemaker leads 010.1.2
  Implantable cardiac defibrillator 010.1.3
  Left ventricular assist device (LV) 010.1.4
  Pericardial drain 010.1.5
  Postoperative chest 010.2
  Coronary artery bypass graft surgery 010.2.1
  valve replacement 010.2.2
  Transluminal septal closure 010.2.3
  transplant 010.2.5
  Arterial Imaging 011
  Anatomy (US, MRI, CT, and angiography) 011.1
  Anatomy 011.2
  stenosis/occlusions before and after endovascular procedures, such as angioplasty, stent placement, lysis, or thrombectomy 011.2.2
  Anatomy and pathology seen before and after open vascular procedures. Procedures include bypass grafts for tissue perfusion and dialysis access. 011.2.3
  Imaging 011.3
  Congenital anomalies 011.3.1
  vasculitis arteritis 011.3.2
  Neoplasia 011.3.3
  Emboli 011.3.4
  Trauma – blunt and penetrating 011.3.5
  Atherosclerosis 011.3.6
  Congenital anomalies 12.3.1