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Leslie M. Scoutt, MD
Ultrasound Evaluation of Portal Hypertension
Leslie M. Scoutt, MD
01/13/2009 | Time : 50 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : Ultrasound technique for evaluation of portal system,Protocol for Portal Hypertension,Normal portal vein,Normal Splenic vein,Normal Superior Mesenteric Vein,Normal appearance of the hepatic vasculature,Normal hepatic artery,Hepatic artery Doppler waveform,Hepatic veins ,Portal hypertension defined, Ultrasound findings of portal hypertension, Portal varices, Coronary vein, Gastroesophageal varices, Paraumbilical vein, Paraumbilical vein, continued, Varices - general abdominal survey, Spontaneous Splenorenal Shunt, Spontaneous Portocaval Shunt, Retroperitoneal varices, Cirrhosis Ultrasound findings, Coarse echotexture of liver, Surface nodularity of liver, Liver size changes, Focal nodules, Causes of acute deterioration in PHT, Portal vein thrombosis, Pitfalls in assessment of PVT, Confirmation with spectral and color Doppler, Bland thrombus versus Tumor Thrombus, Sensitivity and specificity for ultrasound findings in PVT, False positive exams, Cavernous Transformation of the Portal Vein, Cavernous Transformation Ultrasound Findings, Budd-Chiari Syndrome Ultrasound Findings, False positive in Budd-Chiari Syndrome, Gastroesophageal hemorrhage, Risk factor, Treatment, Ultrasound evaluation of TIPS and TIPS stenosis, Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPS) Procedure, TIPS Contraindications, TIPS Complications and Monitoring Schedule, TIPS Imaging Protocol, TIPS Doppler Technique, TIPS Normal Ultrasound Findings, TIPS Normal Findings continued, TIPS Stenosis, Ultrasound Findings in TIPS Stenosis, Focal elevation of velocity, Low velocity in TIPS, Change in Direction of Flow in TIPS, TIPS Conclusions, Portal Hypertension Conclusions

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Keywords : aorta, bland thrombus, Budd-Chiari Syndrome, cavernous transformation, cirrhosis, coarse echotexture of liver, focal nodules of liver, gastroesophageal hemorrhage, gastroesophageal varices, hepatic artery, hepatofugal flow, hepatopetal flow, hepatoportal, HV-PV collaterals, inferior vena cava thrombus, IVC thrombus, IVC, liver Doppler, paraumbilical vein varices, portal hypertension, portal normal waveform, portal varices, portal vein Doppler, portal vein thrombosis, portal vein, portosystemic collaterals, portosystemic gradient, recanalized embryonic channels, regenerative nodules of liver, respiratory variation, Retroperitoneal varices, splenic vein hepatic veins, Spontaneous Portocaval Shunt, spontaneous Splenorenal Shunt, surface nodularity of liver, TIPS stenosis, TIPS thrombosis, TIPS, Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt, triphasic waveform, tumor thrombus, volume redistribution of liver

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