On March 3, 2003, Adam underwent a transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) which documented "small mobile filamentous masses seen on the right and left side via atrioseptum, which may represent a suture material but could not rule out clot.
What does TEE stand for?
TEE stands for Transesophageal Echocardiogram
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- Titoli di Efficienza Energetica (Italian: Energy Efficiency Bonds)
- Titre Emploi Entreprise (French: Job Title Company; France)
- Tokyo Electron Europe (various locations)
- Toshiba Electronics Europe
- Total Effective Exposure
- Total Energy Efficiency (natural gas)
- Total Energy Expenditure
- Training Effectiveness Evaluation
- Trans-Europ-Express (train)
- Transesophageal Echocardiography
- Tribunal Estatal Electoral (Spanish: State Electoral Tribunal; Mexico)
- Trusted Execution Environment (web security)
- Technicien Electricien Electronicien Automobile (French automotive repair program)
- Technologically and Environmentally Equipped Areas (Europe)
- Tennessee Environmental Education Association
- Texas Environmental Excellence Awards (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality)
- Texas Extension Education Association
- Tourism, Environmental and Economic Affairs (South African Department)
- Texas Environmental Education Advisory Committee
Samples in periodicals archive:
MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, also is good for diagnosing heart and blood vessel abnormalities, as is a transesophageal echocardiogram, or TEE, that uses a probe inserted through the esophagus - the muscular "pipe" that sends food from the mouth to the stomach - and lodged close to the heart, to create an image of the heart and the blood vessels.
A transesophageal echocardiogram revealed a vegetation in size of 0.
The transesophageal echocardiogram results were normal.
A transesophageal echocardiogram was performed on January 5, 1996, to further evaluate the suspected endocarditis.
Further workup via a transesophageal echocardiogram showed a 2-cm right atrial mass (Figure 1, small arrowhead), which was arising directly from the tricuspid valve (Figure 1, large arrowhead).