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R. Brooke Jeffrey,  MD
Complicated Cholecystitis
R. Brooke Jeffrey, MD
04/16/2011 | Time : 25 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : Complicated cholecystitis, Complicated cholecystitis: objectives, Complicated cholecystitis: clinical overview, Complicated cholecystitis: pathophysiology, Complicated cholecystitis: ischemia and inflammation, Complicated cholecystitis: pathophysiology, Complicated cholecystitis: review of US/CT findings, What are the common luminal findings?, Point #1, Luminal abnormalities, Hemorrhagic cholecystitis, Gangrenous perforated cholecystitis – acalculous, Pseudosludge – gallbladder carcinoma, Linear intraluminal echoes, Acalculous cholecystitis, Gangrenous cholecystitis, Emphysematous cholecystitis, Point #2, Striated gallbladder wall, Mural irregularities – asymmetric thickening, What is missing in this patient?, Focal loss of reflectivity – focal necrosis Focal loss of reflectivity – focal necrosis, Normal gallbladder blood flow proximal half, Abnormal gallbladder flow distal half , Mural abnormalities, Point #3, Pericholecystic fluid , Pericholecystic fluid – a nonspecific finding: hepatitis, Pericholecystic fluid – a nonspecific finding: pancreatitis, Pericholecystic fluid – a nonspecific finding: peptic ulcer disease, Pericholecystic fluid – a nonspecific finding: HIV/AIDS, Inflamed echogenic omentum, Abnormal gallbladder blood flow, Inflamed echogenic omentum, Point #4, Acalculous cholecystitis: clinical overview, Acalculous cholecystitis: pathophysiology, Acalculous cholecystitis: imaging difficulties, Acalculous cholecystitis: progressive gallbladder thickening, Acalculous cholecystitis: pericholecystic inflammation, Acalculous cholecystitis: CT, Point #5, Gallbladder carcinoma, What do these patients have in common?, Variable appearance of pyogenic liver abscess, RUQ pain and fever, Pyogenic liver abscess – imaging features, Pyogenic liver abscess – solid and hypoechoic, Pyogenic liver abscess – solid and isoechoic, Pyogenic liver abscess - solid and echogenic, Pyogenic liver abscess - multiseptate, Pyogenic liver abscess - solid, Gas forming abscess , Pyogenic liver abscess – liver transplant, Infected biloma, Hepatic artery Doppler, CT angiography

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Keywords : acalculous cholecystitis, complicated cholecystitis, emphysematous cholecystitis, gallbladder carcinoma, gallbladder inflammation, gallbladder ischemia, gallbladder sludge, gallbladder ultrasound, gangrenous cholecystitis, hemorrhagic cholecystitis, infected biloma, laprascopic cholecystectomy, open cholecystectomy, percutaneous cholecystostomy, perforated cholecystitis, pericholecystic fluid, pseudosludge, pyogenic liver abscess, sonographic Murphy’s sign, striated gallbladder wall, thickened gallbladder wall

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