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Hanh Vu Nghiem, MD
Correlative Imaging of Gallbladder Cancer: How to Differentiate From Acute Cholecystitis
Hanh Vu Nghiem, MD
12/14/2014 | Time : 37 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses risk factors for and sonographic presentation of gallbladder cancer, as well as other pathologies that may mimic gallbladder cancer. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will demonstrate improved ability to identify, recognize and correctly interpret normal and abnormal findings in ultrasound images of the gallbladder.

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Keywords : acalculous cholecystitis, acute cholecystitis, Adenomyomatosis, biliary tree, cholecystectomy, cholecystitis, Cholelithiasis, color Doppler, cystic duct, gallbladder cancer, gallbladder carcinoma, gallbladder fundus, gallbladder neck, gallbladder polyp, gallbladder sludge, gallbladder wall, gallstones, gangrenous cholecystitis, impacted gallstone, Murphy’s sign, pericholecystic fluid, porcelain gallbladder, power Doppler, Rokitansky-Aschoff sinuses, RUQ pain, tumefactive sludge, twinkle artifact, xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis

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