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Michael G. Kawooya, MD, ChB, Mmed, PhD
Ultrasound of Tropical Diseases and HIV in Uganda
Michael G. Kawooya, MD, ChB, Mmed, PhD
01/20/2014 | Time : 31 min
About This Lecture:

A discussion of the sonopathological presentation of a variety of tropical diseases. Describe the abdominal sonopathological changes in tropical infections. Describe abdominal sonopathological changes in HIV Recognize when it is necessary to perform ultrasound­guided biopsy/aspiration.

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