Dr Mayr: liver ultrasound, differentiation of malignant pathologies such as hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), cholangiocarcinoma and mets.
Nikolaus Mayr explains how to perform standard ultrasound sections of the liver using the best soundwindows, positioning your patient correctly for smoother imaging, and locating various components of the liver.
A previously healthy 22 year old man with a 4 week history. He describes the cough, some mild shortness of breath on exertion, purulent sputum, fevers, night sweats and weight loss.
The first vid in a series on ultrasound physics: featuring a Beluga whale, a game of blind man’s buff, and Fourier analysis of a dog turd.
This thin young man presented with left sided sharp chest pain worse on deep inspiration. You take a quick look on either side for pneumothorax. What do you see?
A young patient with a history of malignant melanoma presents with shortness of breath. What do these clips show?
A patient with a history of COPD / severe emphysema presents with weight loss, some pleuritic chest pain, and an exacerbation of their shortness of breath. What does this ultrasound clip demonstrate?
A young patient with a history of sarcoma presents with shortness of breath. What does this clip show?