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Marilyn J. Siegel, MD
Chest Ultrasound
Marilyn J. Siegel, MD
01/17/2011 | Time : 24 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Objectives , Chest ultrasound: technique, Acoustic windows, Acoustic windows: rationales, Normal anatomy: thymus, Normal thymus, Normal pleura and parenchyma, Diaphragm, Vessels, Chest ultrasound: indications, Pleural effusion, Why is this important?, Simple pleural effusion, Simple effusion aspiration, Complex effusions, Opaque hemithorax, Consolidation: bronchograms Consolidation: bronchograms, Consolidation vs. atelectasis, Abnormal mediastinum: thymus or mass?, ? Mediastinal mass, Infant with paraspinal opacity: ? mass or infiltrate, Infant with ? paraspinal mass, Congenital anomalies, Pulmonary sequestration, Sequestration: ultrasound features, Intralobar sequestration, Extralobar sequestration, Abnormal diaphragm, Diaphragmatic hernias, Bochdalek hernia, Morgagnia hernia, Eventration, Paralysis, Summary

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