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Michael Hill, MB
Ultrasound Guided Abdominal Biopsies: Lessons Learned
Michael Hill, MB
01/11/2015 | Time : 41 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses his methodology for ultrasound guided biopsies in the abdomen. List the advantages of ultrasound guided biopsies in comparison to CT guided biopsies. Discuss the advantages of using a coaxial needle. Discuss patient preparation for ultrasound-guided abdominal biopsies.

Topics mentioned in this video : Title, Patients coagulation status, US guided biopsy: US v CT, Fine needle aspiration, Core biopsy needle, Automated biopsy gun, Automated biopsy needle, Advantage of coaxial needle, Patient preparation, US biopsy procedure, Visualization of US needle tip, Local anesthesia, Liver biopsy: parenchyma or mass, Liver biopsy: parenchyma, Liver biopsy: mass, Liver biopsy: metastatic breast cancer, Liver biopsy: lymphoma, Liver biopsy: ascites, Liver biopsy: HCC, Liver biopsy: complications, Complication: hemorrhage, Pancreatic biopsy, Pancreatic biopsy, Pancreatic head biopsy, Pancreatic tail biopsy, Pancreatic biopsy: US v CT, Splenic biopsy, Splenic biopsy: lymphoma, Splenic biopsy: melanoma, Complication: hemorrhage, Renal biopsy: parenchymal, Renal biopsy: hemorrhage, Renal mass biopsy: indications, Renal biopsy: mass, US renal biopsy: mass, Plan US renal biopsy: mass, Adrenal biopsy, Retroperitoneal biopsy, Retroperitoneal biopsy: mixed mesenchymal sarcoma, Retroperitoneal biopsy complications: pseudocyst, Peritoneal/mesenteric biopsies, Intraperitoneal carcinomatosis: core biopsy, Intraperitoneal lymphomatosis: FNA, Pelvic biopsy, Left external iliac node biopsy: lymphoma, Transrectal/transvaginal biopsy, Post biopsy patient care, Biopsies: minor complications, Biopsies: major complications, US guided biopies

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Keywords : adrenal biopsy, automated biopsy gun, coaxial needle, core biopsy, CT guided biopsy, decubitus position, endoscopic biopsy, fine needle aspiration, FNA, free hand technique, HCC, hepatocellular carcinoma, intercostal approach, interventional ultrasound, intraperitoneal carcinomatosis, intraperitoneal lymphomatosis, left decubitus position, liver biopsy, liver mass biopsy, lymph node biopsy, lymphoma, mesenteric biopsy, mixed mesenchymal sarcoma, needle guide, omental mets, pancreatic biopsy, pancreatic head biopsy, pancreatic pseudocyst, pancreatic tail biopsy, pelvic biopsy, peritoneal biopsy, peritonitis, prone position, RCC, renal biopsy, renal cell carcinoma, renal parenchymal disease, retroperitoneal biopsy, retroperitoneal cancer, retroperitoneal malignancy, right decubitus position, splenic biopsy, subcostal approach, supine position, transrectal biopsy, transvaginal biopsy, tumor seeding, ultrasound-guided biopsy, urinoma

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