Patients with SFU grade I/II HN will resolve and only need regular follow up with ultrasonogram
. Patients with SFU grade III/IV will have a pathology that needs intervention.
A 72-year-old male who is a known case of chronic liver disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus was found to have space occupying lesions in the ultrasonogram
. He underwent multiphase dynamic computed tomography abdomen multiphase with contrast was done which showed a segment 8 lesion consistent with HCC for which transarterial chemoembolization (TACE) was done multiple times over 3 years and the patient was on regular follow-up.
is the first diagnostic modality but may be inconclusive, and CT or MRI may be needed .
showed an obvious retroperitoneal hematoma, and the computed tomography scan demonstrated a massive hematoma in the left abdominal wall [Figure 1]d and [Figure 1]e.
In patients with Chilaiditi's sign, ultrasonogram
clearly shows bowel loops between the liver and diaphragm, and computed tomography scan shows haustral folds confirming the diagnosis.
was performed to evaluate the lump and delineate the right testis.
ile ozellikle iliak venleri de icerisine alan spontan DVT saptandiginda VCI mutlaka bilgisayarli tomografi (BT) ya da manyetik rezonans goruntuleme (MRI) ile incelenmelidir.
is not presented as the ultrasonography was performed in emergency where printer was not available.
. Perzistentna fokalna ovalna heteroehogena lezija u levom reznju jetre
Investigations showed lymphopenia, increased hepatic enzymes, C-Reactive-Protein (CRP), normal renal function (Table 1), and prominent spleen (11.6 cm) on ultrasonogram
. Empirical antibiotic was given.
Liver cancer and hepatitis were not detected in our case during the examinations such as liver ultrasonogram
and screening for tumor markers and viral hepatitis.
She was evaluated with an ultrasonogram
(US) of the neck which revealed a right mid to superior lobe hyperechoic nodule measuring 7 x 3 x 4 mm, with mild increased vascularity, and a left inferior heterogeneous nodule measuring 1.5 x 0.7 x 0.7 cm, along with submandibular lymph nodes, measuring 1.7 x 0.9 x 1.3 cm on the right and measuring 2.1 x 0.9 x 1.1 cm on the left.