uses cookies to improve your experience on the site. Your continued use of the site constitutes your acceptance of use of cookies on this site.
Find out more about how SonoWorld uses cookies. I’m OK with Cookies from SonoWorld - stop showing me this banner.
190,414 Registered Members as of 01/28/2022.
Ellen B. Mendelson, MD, FACR
Emergent Breast Ultrasound
Ellen B. Mendelson, MD, FACR
03/25/2019 | Time : 33 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses breast diagnoses that may require emergent intervention. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to identify breast lesions that may require immediate or urgent intervention, recognize leave-me-alone lesions, distinguish puerperal vs. non-puerperal abscesses and describe methods of US-guided percutaneous aspiration and drainage of breast abscesses.

Topics mentioned in this video : ANDI, Breast abscesses, Emergent, Abscess location, Imaging large lesions, Pathogens and antibiotics, Therapeutic procedure, Galactocele, Postlactational involution, Non-puerperal fluid collections, Other lesions, possibly urgent

To view this lecture video, Login or register for a free membership below ↓
Already a Member? Login
Forgot username or password?
Register for Your FREE Membership Now!
Sign Up In Less Than One Minute
  • UNLOCK access to SonoWorld lectures, articles, cases, and more
  • Full Access Membership is FREE
  • You will have IMMEDIATE access on submitting the Membership form
  • JOIN the world's largest community of ultrasound professionals

* *
* *
* *
Review the SonoWorld Privacy Policy here.
Weekly Update Newsletter :
New Products and Services :
        Terms & Conditions         Privacy Policy

Keywords : aberrations of normal development and involution, abscess, ANDI, breast abscess, breast ultrasound, Cooper’s ligaments, ductal ectasia, epidermal, galactocele, inclusion syst, inflammatory carcinoma, lactational, major, mastitis, Mondor’s disease, Mondor's syndrome of superficial thrombophlebitis, percutaneous aspiration, postlactational involution, sebaceous cyst, sonomammography, suspensory ligaments. pectoralis

IE Browser Compatibility Close