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Cheryl L. Kirby, MD
Errors in Gallbladder Ultrasound
Cheryl L. Kirby, MD
04/12/2010 | Time : 29 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Why look at errors?, Learning objectives, Ultrasound has high accuracy for diagnosing gallstones, Not so easy, Types of errors, Technical errors, Case 1, Case 2, Learning point, Remember the neck, Case 3, Differentiate perforation from phyrigian cap, Sonographic Murphy’s sign Key points – methods to decrease technical errors, Anatomic errors, Case 4, Case 5, Case 6, Beware of bowel, Case 7, Diagnostic errors, Misinterpreting fluid-filled structures for gallbladder, Cases 8 & 9, Case 10, Non-visualization of a fluid-filled gallbladder, Case 11, Case 12, Case 13 Non-dependent echogenic foci, Adenomyomatosis, Case 14, Case 15, Case 16, Case 17, Gallbladder wall thickening, Causes for gallbladder wall thickening, Acute calculous cholecystitis, Secondary causes, CHF, Case 18, Main teaching points, References

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