SonoWorld.com 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.
×
 
175,595 Registered Members as of 08/21/2019.
Bruno D. Fornage, MD
Local and Regional Staging of Breast Cancer Using Sonography
Bruno D. Fornage, MD
09/14/2014 | Time : 40 min
About This Lecture:

A discussion about the sonographic role in staging breast cancer. Discuss the primary objectives of local staging of breast cancer. Discuss the difference between multifocal and multicentric breast cancer. Discuss the sonographic criteria used in diagnosing nodal metastases.

Topics mentioned in this video : Title, Local staging, Schematic images, Sonographic images, Invasive lobular carcinomas, Local staging, Local staging of breast cancer, Bifocal breast cancer, Multicentric breast cancer, Local staging, US vs MR for (local) preop staging, Regional staging (N), Breast cancer staging, Sonographic image, Staging of breast cancer, Technique, Normal US anatomy of nodes, Normal US anatomy, Normal ultrasound appearance of IM nodal basin, Sonographic images, US appearance of nodal metastases, Disclaimer, Schematic images, Nodal metastases: US criteria, Sonographic images, Nodal metastases: US findings, Lymph node metastases, Sonographic image, Lymph node metastases, US appearance of IM nodal mets, Schematic and sonographic images, IM mets are frequently lateral to the vessels, but can also be found between them and even medial to them, Sonographic images, Power Doppler, Lymph node metastases, Supraclavicular nodes, Low jugular nodes, Pitfalls, Sonographic images, At the least doubt, examine the contralateral basin, US guided FNA, US guided FNA: instrumentation, Technique of needle insertion (FNA), Video clip, Pathologic image, Video clip, US guided FNA of internal mammary nodes, Schematic images, Video clip, US guided FNA, Complications, US guided biopsy of nodes, Chart, Impact on patient’s staging, Chart, Breast cancer stage grouping (TNM), Impact on patient’s staging, Needle bx for staging, In summary, US with US guided FNA is the most cost effective for…, But wait, there’s more…, (Not so) distant metastases, Breast Ca staging: incidentalomas, Metastasis to sternum, Breast Ca staging: incidentalomas, Thank you

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 : : breast ultrasound, axillary lymph node, bifocal breast cancer, breast cancer staging, CNB, contralateral lymph node, core needle biopsy, cross-metastasis, fine needle aspiration, FNA, infraclavicular lymph node, internal thoracic artery, internal thoracic vein, intramammary lymph node, invasive breast carcinoma, ITA, ITV, jugular lymph node, lymph node metastases, microcalcifications, multicentric breast cancer, nodal basin, nodal metastases, power Doppler, sentinel lymph node, sonomammography, subclavian artery, subclavian vein, supraclavicular lymph node

IE Browser Compatibility Close