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Beth  McCarville, MD
Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound in Pediatric Oncology: Focal Liver Lesions and Beyond
Beth McCarville, MD
08/07/2016 | Time : 29 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the use of contrast enhanced ultrasound as it applies to the pediatric patient. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will demonstrate a better understanding of the properties, benefits and limitations of contrast enhanced ultrasound, especially as they apply to the pediatric population.

Topics mentioned in this video : Benefits of CEUS in children, Tumor angiogenesis, Ultrasound contrast agents, Phases of enhancement, Conclusions

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Keywords : arterial phase, CEUS, Contrast-enhanced ultrasound, delayed phase, metastasis, microbubbles, Optison ®, peak enhancement, pediatric contrast enhanced ultrasound, PEDIATRIC, perfluorocarbon, portal vein thrombosis, portal venous phase, PVT, rate of enhancement, targeted anti-angiogenic therapy, tumor angiogenesis, UCAs, ultrasound contrast agents

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