Ultrasound: A Pattern Approach
Here's a highly visual guide to ultrasonographic diagnosis of all disorders of the abdomen & pelvic area. For each condition, five pages of illustrations are supplied showing the typical signs or patterns associated with the sonographic presentation of the disorder. The text provides the key clinical insights that help the reader recognized these tell-tale patterns & arrive at the correct differential diagnosis.
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Hypoechoic Liver Masses
Cystic Lesions in the Liver
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A B Figure abdominal abnormal abscess acute adenoma adnexal mass adrenal artery ascites benign bilateral biliary tree biopsy bladder wall bowel breast calcifications cause cervix Cholangiocarcinoma cholecystitis chronic clinical collecting system cystic mass develop diagnosis differentiate diffuse distal distended Doppler drainage duct echogenic echogenic foci ectopic pregnancy Emphasis Points endometrial cavity endometrium enlargement evaluation fatty fluid collection focal gallbladder gallbladder wall hemangioma hematoma hemorrhage hepatic hepatocellular carcinoma highly echogenic hydronephrosis hyperechoic identified imaging infarction infection inflammatory kidney lesions liver lymphadenopathy lymphoma malignant mass arrows Metastatic metastatic disease multiple neoplasm nodules normal obstruction ovary pancreatic pelvic percutaneous peritoneal portal vein thrombosis present quadrant Radiology renal cell carcinoma renal mass renal vein thrombosis result scanning secondary seen septations solid sonographic sonographic appearance spleen splenic stones surgery surgical testicular testis therapy thrombus thyroid tients tion transitional cell carcinoma transplant trauma tumor Ultrasound ureter usually uterus vagina vascular venous wall thickening
Handbook of Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies, Volume 236
Guy I. Benrubi
No preview available - 2005