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John P. McGahan, MD
Ultrasound for Non-Obstetrical Acute Abdomen Pain in Pregnancy
John P. McGahan, MD
05/03/2010 | Time : 25 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : Common causes in pregnancy, Background, Use of CT increasing, Organogenesis, Peril for kids with CT use, Imaging in pregnancy, Acute pain in pregnancy – etiology, Imaging non-obstetrical emergencies in pregnant patients, Trauma in pregnancy, Blunt abdominal trauma in pregnancy: detection with ultrasound, BAT – ultrasound, Sonographic examples, Abruptio placenta, Abruptio placenta – findings, The future?, Contrast enhanced sonography, Splenic laceration examples, Appendicitis – diagnosis, Ultrasound technique , Graded compression, Sonographic examples of appendicitis, 29 y/o post partum with RLQ pain, Problem with ultrasound, MRI protocol, Gadolinium toxicity, FDA and drugs in pregnancy, MR example of normal appendix, MRI findings in acute appendicitis in pregnancy, MR example appendicitis, 32 y/o 34 week pregnancy, 17 y/o 23 week pregnancy – MR, 17 y/o 23 week pregnancy - US Cholecystitis, 17 y/o 22 week pregnancy, Percutaneous cholecystostomy, Complications of cholelithiasis, Pyelonephritis, Flank pain/obstructing ureteral stone, Ultrasound technique, Percutaneous nephrostomy, Sonographic examples, 37 week pregnancy with left flank pain, Post partum CT/MR, 17 y/o 23 week pregnancy, Renal obstruction, Resistive index in renal obstruction, Diffusion weighted MRI, Found no difference in ADC, CT for ureteric stones, Intestinal obstruction, Examples of bowel obstruction, Hepatic rupture, Hepatic laceration, HELLP syndrome, Take home points

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Keywords : abdominal pain in pregnancy, abruptio placenta, acalculous cholecystitis, ADC, apparent diffusion coefficient, appendicitis, appendicolith, BAT in pregnancy, bile stasis, blunt abdominal trauma in pregnancy, bowel obstruction, CDS fluid, cholecystitis, Cholelithiasis, contrast enhanced sonography, cul de sac fluid, FAST scan, flank pain, focused assessment with sonography for trauma, free fluid, gadolinium toxicity, gallstones, HELLP, hemolytic anemia elevated liver enzymes low platelet count, hepatic laceration, hepatic rupture, hydronephrosis, intestinal obstruction, intra-amniotic debris, laproscopic cholecystectomy, left flank pain, McBurney’s point, Murphy’s sign, organogenesis, percutaneous cholecystostomy, percutaneous nephrostomy, pericholecystic fluid, placental abruption, pre-eclamsia, proteinuria, pyelonephritis, renal obstruction, resistive index, retroplacental hematoma, RI, right flank pain, right lower quadrant pain, RLQ pain, splenic laceration, teratogenic effects, thickened gallbladder wall, trauma in pregnancy, ureteral stone, ureteric jet

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