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Edward  G. Grant, MD
Enhanced Ultrasound in the Abdomen: Liver and Kidneys
Edward G. Grant, MD
03/03/2014 | Time : 48 min
About This Lecture:

A presentation about the use of contrast ultrasound to diagnose liver and renal pathology. Discuss some advantages in the use of sonographic contrast agents. List some uses for sonographic contrast agents in liver imaging. Discuss some advantages to contrast enhanced renal ultrasound.

Topics mentioned in this video : Title, Contrast agents: basic principles, Contrast agents, CEUS: basic physics, US contrast agents, Metastases/Sonozoid, Contrast artifacts, Sonographic images, Harmonic imaging, Pulse inversion harmonics, Image display with harmonics, High vs low MI: arteriographic vs parenchymal image, Quantitative imaging, Liver imaging with CEUS, CEUS: portal vein thrombosis, Contrast/malignant PVT, Bland thrombus – contrast, HCC contrast – arterial phase, HCC arterial phases, HCC washout, Treated HCC, Partially treated HCC, Atypical hemangioma, Delayed imaging, MR, “Flashfilling” hemangioma, What really happens, Seconds later, Delayed imaging, FNH – arterial phase, FNH – delayed phase, Frame review: FNH stellate/centripetal filling, CT?, MR with eovist: delayed imaging, Adenomatosis: gray scale, Adenomatosis: heterogeneous/diffuse filling, Adenomatosis: persistent enhancement, What’s next to the spleen?, CEUS in renal masses, Sonographic contrast agents in renal masses, Semi-quantitative analysis output, 68 yo male, CRF, hematuria, Superior mass, Inferior mass, 74 yo male, CRF, CT: bilobed (vs 2) mass, Rt kidney, Mass #1, Mass #2, Mass #3, 69 yo female, GFR 30, mass on CT/MR, Power Doppler, CEUS, Real time imaging, Individual dynamic images: earlier & > intense enhancement, Chronic dialysis patient, Dialysis pt – contrast, Renal mass enhances 15 HU on CT, Probable cyst on gray scale, Clear cell renal carcinoma, ?Mass on recent PET/CT, Renal vein thrombus, Partially necrotic RCC, CT with contrast, Oncocytoma, 56 yo male, mass at partial nephrectomy site (eGFR 50), Post-op seroma, 77 yo male: poorly defined mass on CT-TC Bx Non-Dx (eGFR 29), Ultrasound: ? mass medial UP, Contrast defines mass, The ultimate technique, Thank you

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Keywords : adenomatosis, arterial phase, bland PVT, CEUS, chronic renal failure, clear cell renal carcinoma, contrast enhanced ultrasound, CRF, delayed phase, FNH, focal nodular hyperplasia, harmonic imaging, HCC, hematuria, hepatic tumor, hepatocellular carcinoma, liver hemangioma, liver metastases, liver mets, malignant PVT, mechanical imaging, MI, microbubbles, oncocytoma, papillary renal carcinoma, perfluorocarbon, portal vein thrombosis, power Doppler, pulse inversion harmonics, PVT, RCC, renal cell carcinoma, Renal mass, renal vein thrombosis, RVT, seroma, signal to noise ratio, solid renal mass, Sonozoid®, transitional cell renal carcinoma, wash on, wash out

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