Echo Cardiography
    Two-dimensional echo cardiography creates an exact image of heart anatomy and it is usually done to measure heart size, heart components and their efficiency amount. On the other hand, this machine measures muscular cardiac power and especially the ability of the left ventricle to emit blood from the heart.
   Another kind of echo cardiography is Doppler echocardiography. It is used for direct recognition, speed measuring of blood in the heart and big vessels. In Doppler echocardiography, (red and blue) images are formed which is a precise method in measuring congenital cardiac disorders and valve disorders (narrow and wide).