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Donald N. Di Salvo, MD
3 "D" Ultrasound in Oncology: Dilemmas, Drugs and Doppler
Donald N. Di Salvo, MD
06/05/2016 | Time : 31 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the sonographic role in some chemotherapy-related complications. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will review the sonographic appearance of some common chemotherapy-related complications, including hepatitis, hepato- and spleno-megaly, cholecystitis and hepato-venous obstruction.

Topics mentioned in this video : Drug-induced hepatitis, Cholecystitis, Portal venous air, Intratumoral hemmorhage, HVOD/Sinusoidal obstruction syndrome, Summary

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Keywords : cholecystitis, color Doppler, gallbladder sludge, Hepatitis, hepato-venous obstruction disease, HVOD, intratumoral hemmorhage, LFTs, liver function tests, pleural effusion, portal vein thrombosis, portal vein, portal venous air, power Doppler, sinusoidal obstruction syndrome, spectral Doppler

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