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Franklin Tessler, MD
Incidental Findings in the Abdomen on Ultrasound
Franklin Tessler, MD
08/11/2014 | Time : 29 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the management of findings found incidentally during ultrasound. List some causes of complex liver cysts that may be found incidentally. Discuss methods to distinguish fat from true space occupying lesions in the liver. List some hypoechoic lesions of the spleen. List some echogenic lesions that may occur in the spleen.

Topics mentioned in this video : Ultrasound of incidentalomas, Incidental findings, Incidentaloma, William Cassarella, CT, etc…, What do we do now?, More tests, Chart, Chart, Biopsy!, Surgery!, A rational approach to incidentalomas, Managing incidental findings, Contrast changes everything!, Liver, Cysts, Simple cyst, Simple liver cyst, Video clips, Complex cysts, Features, Video clips, Sonographic image, Video clips, Pseudomasses, Fat, Focal fat clues, Sonographic image, Solid masses, Hemangioma, Video clips, Sonographic images, Video clip, Spleen, Splenic lesions: hypoechoic, Sonographic images, Splenic lesions: echogenic, Sonographic image, Hypoechoic vs. echogenic, Pancreas, Pancreatic masses, Video clip, Diagram, General rule: follow-up CT or MRI, Kidneys, Renal masses, Solid masses, Sonographic image, Video clip, AML vs. neoplasm, Video clips, Bosniak classification, Ultrasonography…, Video clip, Contrast changes everything!, Thanks for your attention!

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Keywords : : incidental finding, AML, angiomyolipoma, Bosniak classification, color Doppler, complex cyst, fatty liver, fatty sparing, FNH, focal liver fat, focal nodular hyperplasia, gallbladder fossa, hemorrhagic splenic cyst, incidentaloma, liver adenoma, liver cyst, liver hemangioma, pancreatic mass, polycystic kidney disease, polycystic liver disease, power Doppler, pseudomass of the liver, RCC, renal cell carcinoma, Renal mass, RUQ, simple liver cyst, solid renal mass, splenic abscess, splenic cyst, splenic hemangioma, splenic infarct, splenic lymphoma, steatosis

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