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Sheila Sheth, MD
Ultrasound Contrast: Principles and Applications
Sheila Sheth, MD
11/26/2017 | Time : 42 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the use of contrast enhanced ultrasound. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to list the advantages, as well as limitations, of US contrast agents, recall CEUS contraindications, identify US contrast agent applications and describe techniques for CEUS.

Topics mentioned in this video : Overview, Pulse inversion imaging, Advantages and limitations of US contrast agents, Contraindications, CEUS applications, How to, Liver CEUS, Renal CEUS, Quantitative analysis

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