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HP Weskott, MD
Malignant Focal Liver Lesions
HP Weskott, MD
12/11/2016 | Time : 25 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the use of sonographic contrast in imaging malignant liver lesions. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will describe how malignant hepatic lesions act differently from benign lesions under CEUS, describe what causes differences in tumor enhancement, and list the contrast characteristics of metastatic liver lesions

Topics mentioned in this video : Diagnostic goals, Differences in tumor enhancement, Contrast characteristics of metastatic liver lesions

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Keywords : arterial phase, centrifugal flow, centripetal flow, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, contrast wash in, contrast wash out, harmonic imaging, liver mets, mechanical index, MI, portal venous phase, pulse inversion, SonoVue

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