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Beverly E. Hashimoto, MD, FACR
Renal Sonography: Renal Lesions Hiding in Plain Sight
Beverly E. Hashimoto, MD, FACR
07/14/2014 | Time : 38 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses pitfalls in diagnosing renal pathology and ways to avoid them. List some reasons for nonvisualization of renal lesions. Discuss some reasons for nonvisualization of a kidney. List pitfalls in diagnosing hydronephrosis. Discuss advantages and disadvantages of coregistration.

Topics mentioned in this video : 69 yo woman, lt “kidney area” pain, MRI: normal kidneys, 71 yo man, chronic aortic dissection, 83 yo with hematuria, 65 yo man with back pain, 93 yo man, s/p rt renal lithotripsy, 66 yo man: cyst on CT, US: hyperechoic mass, 63 yo postmenopausal bleeding, 55 yo man hx renal stone, 71 yo woman ?renal cyst, 59 yo man RUQ pain, US/CT/MR coregistration, Coregistration: Dx applications, 36 yo woman with pelvic pain, Absent left ovary, Pitfalls in hydronephrosis, 73 yo woman with fever, Patient’s symptoms persist, Miss hydronephrosis, 66 yo man: acute renal failure, Left kidney normal, Dx: right ureteral reflux, Left kidney normal, 71 yo with chronic hydronephrosis, Left kidney, Bilateral ureteral jets present, CT 1 month later, Pitfalls in imaging renal masses, 42 yo woman with epigastric pain, 66 yo man bloating, RUQ pain, 74 yo woman with abdominal pain, Malignant benign pitfalls, 69 yo woman, lt “kidney area” pain, MRI: normal kidneys, 71 yo man, chronic aortic dissection, 83 yo with hematuria, 65 yo man with back pain, 93 yo man, s/p rt renal lithotripsy, 66 yo man: cyst on CT, US: hyperechoic mass, 63 yo postmenopausal bleeding, 55 yo man hx renal stone, 71 yo woman ?renal cyst, 59 yo man RUQ pain, US/CT/MR coregistration, Coregistration: Dx applications, Case 6: teaching subtle anatomy, Clinical problem: characterize hyperdense CT cyst, 63 yo woman, hematuria, 64 yo woman intrapapillary mucinous neoplasm, 60 yo woman f/u 2 rt renal abscesses CT 2 months prior, Apply US-CT coregistration, Disadvantages US-CT coregistration, Conclusion, Image

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Keywords : AML, angiomyolipoma, Bosniak criteria, color Doppler, column of Bertin, compensatory hypertrophy, complex renal mass, coregistration, cross-fused ectopic kidney, emphysematous pyelonephritis, fetal lobulation, hematuria, horseshoe kidney, hydronephrosis, intrapapillary mucinous neoplasm, kidney stone, nephrectomy, parapelvic cyst, pelvic kidney, pyelonephritis, RCC, renal abscess, renal artery, renal atrophy, renal cancer, renal cell cancer, renal cyst, renal hematoma, renal sonography, renal ultrasound, renal vein, retroperitoneal ultrasound, solid renal mass, UPJ obstruction, ureteral jet, ureteral reflux, uretero-pelvic junction obstruction, uretero-vesicle junction obstruction, urosepis, UVJ obstruction

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