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David Cosgrove, MD
Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound: The Hammersmith Experience
David Cosgrove, MD
10/18/2010 | Time : 25 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : History, Current practice, Why hepatic CEUS?, Focal liver lesions, Three phase approach, Liver staging, Late phase “black is bad”, Late phase studies, High MI methods, FNH, US vs. CEUS vs. CECT, Charactering FLLs, Low MI methods, Vascularity of liver masses, NHL, Left lobe lesions, EFSUMB guidelines, FLL characterization: non-cirrhotic liver, FLL characterization: cirrhotic liver, CEUS and interstitial ablation, Incomplete RF ablation, Monitoring response to antiangiogenesis therapy, GIST metastasis response to Avastin, Conclusions

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Keywords : angiogenesis, arterial phase, CEUS, cirrhosis, cirrhotic liver, contrast enhanced ultrasound agents, Definity, EFSUMB, European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, FNH, focal liver lesion, focal nodular hyperplasia, HCC, hemagioma, hepatic adenoma, hepatocellular carcinoma, Kupffer cells, Levovist. SonoVue, liver hemangioma, liver lesions, liver metastases, liver mets, liver tumor, liver tumors, mechanical index, MI, microbubbles, Optison, perfluorocarbon microbubbles, portal phase, pulse inversion, radiofrequency ablation, RF ablation, sinusoidal phase, wash out phase

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