Items tagged “ceus”
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Hepatic haemangioma: contrast-enhanced ultrasound
Diagnosis almost certain
Published 15 Feb 2011
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) involves the administration of intravenous contrast agents containing microbubbles of perfluorocarbon or nitrogen gas. The bubbles greatly affect ultrasound backscatter and increase vascular contrast in a similar manner to intravenous contrast agents used in C...
Neoplastic thrombosis in the inferior vena cava
Published 07 Sep 2014
Hepatic candidiasis on contrast-enhanced ultrasound
Published 10 Sep 2014
Lymph node metastasis on contrast enhanced ultrasound
Published 08 Mar 2015
Microbubbles are intravenous contrast agents used in contrast-enhanced ultrasound. Microbubble contrast agent is different than the agitated saline contrast agent often used in echocardiographic studies. Microbubbles consist of a gas surrounded by a lipid, lipopolymer, or polymer shell. They ra...
Focal nodular hyperplasia
Published 17 Sep 2016