Echocardiography is the study of heart structure and performance through sound waves (ultrasound). During the procedure, the patient is asked to sleep in a comedian. A device that sends a water-based gel, which has an insulating property, and which sends a sound wave called a probe, is held by the doctor in various positions in the chest area to provide heartbeat imaging. Very detailed measurements and analyzes are made on these images. The diagnosis of all structural heart diseases (heart enlargement, heart disease, heart valve diseases, hypertensive heart diseases, heart failure, cardiac insufficiency, intracardiac masses, cohorts, heart tumors, congenital heart abnormalities, of the diseases of the echocardiography process.