By Anil T. Ahuja MBBS (Bom) MD (Bom) FRCR FHKCR FHKAM (Radiology), James F. Griffith MD MRCP FRCR, K. T. Wong MBChB FRCR, Gregory E. Antonio MD FRANZCR, Winnie C. W. Chu MBChB FRCR, Stella S. Y. Ho PhD RDMS, Shlok J. Lolge MD, Bhawan K. Paunipagar
This e-book used to be written with you in brain, making use of a trouble-free layout, succinct details and over 2500 ultrasound photographs. Correlative photographs utilizing different modalities also are integrated for comparability and to permit a short and seamless transition among ultrasound and different modalities. The booklet is concentrated on supplying you a realistic reference to be used in a hectic perform. It offers suitable info in bulleted shape, making it the proper one-stop speedy reference for a scanning or reporting consultation. Ultrasound photographs of either universal and no more universal illnesses are supplied to aid in formulating a prognosis and appropriate differential diagnoses.
- Covers the pinnacle imaging diagnoses in ultrasound, together with either universal and no more universal entities.
- Provides exquisitely reproduced imaging examples for each diagnosis-plus concise, bulleted summaries of terminology Â· imaging findings Â· key proof Â· differential analysis Â· pathology Â· scientific matters Â· a diagnostic list Â· and chosen references.
- Includes an in depth snapshot gallery for every entity, depicting universal and version circumstances.
- Offers a shiny, full-color layout that makes the fabric effortless to learn.
- Displays a ''thumbnail'' visible differential prognosis for every entity.
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Mural edema may be due to portal hypertension or hypo-albuminemia. = =- (Left) Oblique transabdominal ultrasound shows chronic ascites in a cirrhotic patient. Note fibrin strands running through the fluid. (Right) Oblique transabdominal ultrasound shows splenomegaly (76 cm between 8:11) and splenic varices due to portal hypertension. = = (Left) Oblique transabdominal ultrasound shows recanalization of the paraumbilical vein which acts as a portosystemic collateral to compensate for portal hypertension.
LYMPHOMA, HEPATIC =- Oblique transabdominal ultrasound shows multiple some with septae e::a. lymphomatous deposits Echogenicity similar to ascitic fluid~, but no acoustic enhancement behind deposits. I TERMI NOlOGY Abbreviations and Synonyms • Hodgkin disease (HD), non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) Definitions • Neoplasm of lymphoid IIMAGING tissues FINDINGS General Features • Best diagnostic clue: Uniformly hypoechoic masses • Location o Lymphoma (HD and NHL) arises in periportal areas due to high content of lymphatic tissue o Liver is often a secondary site for lymphoma in HD and NHL • Size: Variable; from few millimeters to centimeters • Morphology o Discrete lesions (more likely to be primary NHL or AIDS associated lymphoma) o Diffuse infiltration (usually secondary site in HD or NHL) is difficult to detect on imaging Multiple Cysts Transverse transabdominal ultrasound shows two with hypoechoic lymphomatous deposits heterogeneous echotexture in dle spleen.
Left) Oblique transabdominal ultrasound shows recanalization of the paraumbilical vein which acts as a portosystemic collateral to compensate for portal hypertension. (Right) Longitudinal color Doppler ultrasound shows flow in ectatic recanalized paraumbilical veins as a result of portal hypertension. =- = HEPATIC CIRRHOSIS, HEPATIC Typical (Left) Transverse CECT shows ectatic recanalized paraumbilical vein & previous embolization ~. Cirrhotic liver has a nodular surface prominent shorl gastric veins ~ & splenomegaly.