Items tagged “contrast-enhanced ultrasound”

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Ultrasound appearances of liver metastases

Ultrasound appearance of liver metastases can have bewildering variation, and the presence of hepatic steatosis can affect the sonographic appearance of liver lesions. Radiographic features Ultrasound Patterns do exist between ultrasound appearance of the liver metastases and the likely prima...
Case

Hepatic hemangioma (contrast-enhanced ultrasound)

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Alexandra Stanislavsky
Published 15 Feb 2011
68% complete
UltrasoundCT
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Centrifugal enhancement in a liver lesion (CEUS)

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Jan Frank Gerstenmaier
Published 06 Feb 2013
69% complete
Ultrasound
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Pyogenic hepatic abscess: contrast enhanced ultrasound

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Teresa Fontanilla
Published 07 Sep 2014
66% complete
Ultrasound
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Amoebic hepatic abscesses (CEUS)

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Teresa Fontanilla
Published 09 Sep 2014
88% complete
Ultrasound
Case

Hepatic candidiasis (CEUS)

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Teresa Fontanilla
Published 10 Sep 2014
66% complete
Ultrasound
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Microbubbles

Microbubbles are intravenous contrast agents used in contrast-enhanced ultrasound. Microbubble contrast agent is different to the agitated saline contrast agent often used in echocardiographic studies. Microbubbles consist of a gas surrounded by a lipid, lipopolymer, or polymer shell. They rang...
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Focal nodular hyperplasia

 Diagnosis possible
Dr Hein Els
Published 17 Sep 2016
50% complete
Ultrasound
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Gallbladder mass - infective

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Paul Simkin
Published 08 Aug 2018
73% complete
MRIUltrasoundCT
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Focal nodular hyperplasia (CEUS)

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Balint Botz
Published 21 May 2019
80% complete
UltrasoundMRI
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Prolonged heterogeneous liver enhancement (CEUS)

Prolonged heterogeneous liver enhancement (PHLE), also informally termed as the "disappearing liver" phenomenon, is a very rare, benign complication of ultrasound contrast media, of currently unknown etiology 1. PHLE manifests itself as confluent, rapidly appearing hyperechoic foci in the liver,...
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Small focal nodular hyperplasia (CEUS)

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Akos Jaray
Published 27 Jan 2020
94% complete
Ultrasound

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