Transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) is one of the main diagnostic tools of contemporary cardiology. It can provide high quality imaging of the heart due to the position of the probe in the esophagus, located close to the heart. However, obtaining clear diagnostic images is very demanding. It requires not only a detailed anatomical and clinical knowledge of the heart, but also the practical skills needed to properly manipulate the TEE probe. It is important to be able to obtain diagnostic standard cross-sections of the heart, without excessive manipulation and in minimal time, ensuring the study is accurately diagnostic, while minimizing discomfort to the patient.