ultrasonography


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ultrasonography

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Even though there is no pigmentation increase in newborn cases with presentation of dehydration, hyponatremia, hyperpotassemia and trombocytosis, we would like to emphasize the necessity of making urgent surrenal-renal ultrasonography in addition to hormonal evaluations for CAH diagnosis.
Ultrasonography of thyroid was done in each patient to examine for--Echotexture of thyroid gland, Measurement of right lobe, left lobe and isthmus, Great vessels and Lymphadenopathy.
Transvaginal 4D ultrasonography was done in the dorsal lithotomy position.
Since the intraclass correlation coefficients of this method are 0.990 for intraobserver correlation and 0.989 for interobserver correlation [11], it is not necessary to check the intraclass correlation coefficients for MME evaluation with ultrasonography in our institution.
The following details were extracted from the files: gender, age at diagnosis, biochemical results of liver enzymes (ALT, AST, GGT, ALP) and liver function (total and conjugated bilirubin) at first presentation, ultrasonography reports and histological report of liver biopsies.
At the 1-year follow-up, he was symptom-free and findings on ultrasonography were normal.
Two radiologists with 25 and 5 years of experience, who specialized in thyroid imaging, independently reviewed all ultrasonography images while blinded to the clinical information and original interpretations and then consensus was achieved.
The participants received one hour of didactic lectures on principles of ultrasonography, pleural and lung ultrasound followed by one hour of active involvement in image interpretation and bedside image acquisition training workshop.