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Antonio S Marcelino, MD
Doppler Sonography in the Evaluation of Liver Diseases
Antonio S Marcelino, MD
10/04/2010 | Time : 49 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Objectives, History of portal hypertension, Schematic of portal venous system, Timeline, Doppler applications, Exam protocol, Parameters, Importance of wall filter, Chronic liver disease, Exam protocol, Portal vein: normal pattern, Portal vein changes, Hepatic vein Doppler, Hepatic vein Doppler changes in flow pattern, Hepatic artery, Hepatic artery Doppler practical significance, Portal hypertension, Portal hypertension diagnostic criteria, Schistosomiasis features, Cirrhosis, Complications secondary to chronic liver disease, Portal vein thrombosis, Evaluation of collateral vessels, Left gastric vein, Portal stenosis s/p liver transplant, 90 day follow-up, Day 3 s/p stent, Paraumbilical vein, Hemorrhoidal plexus and retroperitoneal collaterals, Spleno-renal shunt, Esophageal varices, Cystic varices, Budd-Chiari syndrome, Portal hypertension, Acute Budd-Chiari syndrome, Chronic Budd-Chiari syndrome, Chronic Budd-Chiari syndrome – sonographic findings, Reversed portal flow, Collateral vessels, Small collateral vessel close to IVC, Different collaterals and other findings, 120 days s/p liver transplant, First day post stent, Cardiac liver, Intrahepatic AV shunts, Spontaneous shunts, TIPS, TIPS indications, Doppler sonography pre-TIPS, Methodology, Complications, Normal parameters, Stenosis, TIPS stenosis: importance, Stenosis parameters, Stenosis at distal third (HV) , First exam, Follow-up: 8 months later, Angiography, First exam post angioplasty, Stenosis of proximal and middle third, Sonographic findings: stenosis of middle third, Angiographic confirmation, Post angioplasty, Stenosis at portal end, Values, CEUS in TIPS, Perspective, Conclusion, Summary

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Keywords : acute Budd-Chiari syndrome, acute liver disease, ascites, Budd-Chiari Syndrome, cardiac liver, caudate lobe hypertrophy, cavernous transformation of portal vein, chronic Budd-Chiari syndrome, chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, collateral vessels, contrast enhanced ultrasound, contrast ultrasound, esophageal varices, hepatic artery, hepatic vein thrombosis, hepatic vein, hepatofugal flow, hepatopedal flow, inferior vena cava, intrahepatic arterio-venous shunts, intrahepatic AV shunts, IVC, left gastric vein, left hepatic vein, left portal vein, liver disease, liver Doppler, liver sonography, liver transplant, liver ultrasound, main portal vein, middle hepatic vein, patent paraumbilical vein, portal hypertension, portal stenosis, portal vein thrombosis, portal vein, reversed portal flow, reversed portal vein, right hepatic vein, right portal vein, schistosomiasis, SMA, SMV, splenic vein, splenomegaly, spleno-renal shunt, steatosis, superior mesenteric artery, superior mesenteric vein, TIPS stenosis, TIPS, Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt

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