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Maitray D. Patel, MD
Re-Imaging the Female Pelvis with Ultrasound After CT: When and Why?
Maitray D. Patel, MD
12/07/2014 | Time : 35 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses CT and US imaging of the female pelvis. Discuss the CT appearances of various normal and abnormal pelvic entities. Discuss the sonographic appearance of pelvic congestion syndrome, ovarian torsion and pelvic inflammatory disease. Clarify terminology regarding re-imaging and follow-up imaging.

Topics mentioned in this video : CT pelvis commonly performed prior to US, Objectives, Re-imaging vs. follow-up imaging, When not to re-image with US, Is the mass a simple cyst?, What rules should we use on CT?, White paper, Chart, Chart, 2.7 cm cyst, premenopausal, 3.7 cm cyst, premenopause, 3.8 cm cyst, premenopause, 5.2 cm cyst, premenopause, Video clip, Corpus luteum cyst, Leaking corpus luteum, Hemorrhagic cyst, Typical scenario, CT and sonographic images, Dermoid, Hydrosalpinx, Video clip, Ovarian cancer, Ovarian cancer with metastases, When not to re-image with US, Hypodense fibroids, Hyperdense fibroids, When not to re-image with US, Pelvic wall veins, Enlarged left pelvic veins are common, ?Pelvic congestion syndrome, When not to re-image with US, Sonographic images, Your diagnosis?, Now what’s your diagnosis?, This was her first study, ICT & sonographic images, Tubo-ovarian complex & abscess, Sonographic & CT images, When not to re-image with US, Ovarian torsion, Sonographic images, Biggest confusion about role of US to diagnose ovarian torsion, Sonographic images, Ovarian torsion, Video clip, Sonographic & CT images, When not to re-image with US, When to re-image with US, Video clip, Partial torsion, Right lower quadrant pain, ? torsion, CT & sonographic images, When to re-image with US, Acute pain, ? torsion, NOT torsion – TOA, Ovarian mass or exophytic myoma?, Exophytic myoma, Remote hysterectomy, now with mass, Distorted trapped ovary of peritoneal pseudocyst, When to re-image with US, Algorithm

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Keywords : color Doppler, corpus luteum, dermoid, dilated pelvic veins, exophytic myoma, gynecologic imaging, hemorrhagic cyst, Hydrosalpinx, metastatic ovarian cancer, ovarian cancer, ovarian cyst, ovarian torsion, partial ovarian torsion, pelvic congestion syndrome, pelvic inflammatory disease, Pelvic Ultrasound, peritoneal pseudocyst, PID, right lower quadrant pain, RLQ pain, simple ovarian cyst, spectral Doppler, TOA, TOC, torsed ovary, transvaginal ultrasound, tubo-ovarian abscess, tubo-ovarian complex, uterine fibroids, uterine myoma

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