The Case Based Cardiovascular Disease Atlas is presented now free of charge. Please do not hesitate to find the outlines of the atlas.
PROJECT PURPOSE & SCOPE
The purpose of this project is to share images and videos of rare cardiology cases.
The atlas is comprised of the illustrations on cardiovascular system anatomy and physiopathology and the readings of normal cardiovascular system and diseases including congenital heart diseases from various imaging methods.
Users have the liberty of sharing their videos, pictures and cases and contributing to the development of the atlas.
INTRODUCTION TO THE ATLAS
The atlas is free of charge for the members of the Cardiovascular Academy Club.
Please enter your club membership user name and password to browse http://atlas.cardiovascularacademy.org/
CONDITIONS FOR FREE USE
Turkish and international users can use the atlas free of charge now.
The following conditions must be met by any young cardiologists group from abroad so that they can continue free use of the atlas:
Having submitted 10 materials (images, videos or case reports) from all members in a country within a year via “Share your Cases” (irrespective of acceptance or rejection)
Having submitted 10 papers/case reports from all members in a country within a year to the IJCA (the International Journal of Cardiovascular Academy) (irrespective of acceptance or rejection)
VIDEO & PHOTO COPYRIGHTS
Significant amount of the images, illustrations and videos are provided by Patrick J. Lynch and C. Carl Jaffe from Yale University.
The providers do not impose any limitations on the commercial/individual use or reproduction of content. Any quotation must contain the following reference: “CC Patrick J. Lynch and C. Carl Jaffe, Yale University, 2006”.
Permission must be received in relation to other materials emanating from other organizations, institutions or individuals.
Please contact Mr. Rida Berilgen, the project officer, for any inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another contact detail will be posted here for the international young cardiology groups.
The Cardiovascular Academy Society extends its heartfelt gratitude to Patrick J. Lynch, Yale University and C. Carl Jaffe, University of Toronto for the materials and useful links that they have provided and Dr. Rida Berilgen for his support to the project design and completion.
Cardiovascular Academy Society, 2016