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Stephanie Wilson, MD, FRCPC
Liver Tumors: The Fundamentals of Interpretation with CEUS
Stephanie Wilson, MD, FRCPC
06/03/2018 | Time : 30 min
About This Lecture:

A discussion about the impact contrast enhanced ultrasound can make in accurately diagnosing liver lesions. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list the approval indications for CEUS use in the liver, discuss the algorithms for diagnosis and discuss the fundamental principles of CEUS interpretation.

Topics mentioned in this video : Pearl 1, Pearl 2, Hemangioma, FNH, Pearl 3, Adenoma, Pearl 4, Pearl 5, Pearl 6, Pearl 7, Pearl 8, Pearl 9

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Keywords : AP, arterial phase, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, contrast washout, Definity, FNH, focal nodular hyperplasia, HBV, HCC, hepatitis B virus, hepatocellular carcinoma, liver adenoma, liver cirrhosis, liver hemangioma, liver mass, liver met, liver metastases, mechanical index, MI, microbubble contrast agents, portal venous phase, PVP, rim enhancement, Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound, SRU

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