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Ever wondered what the ultrasound peeps do in the 'sonocave'? The chaps from UltrasoundVillage.com take us through Tonsillar Ultrasound.
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Airway ultrasound the oesophagus

Transverse views of the lower anterior neck. The aim is to visualise the trachea and oesophagus, so that during tracheal intubation, inadvertent oesophageal intubation may be identified and immediately corrected.
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Hydropneumothorax

A young woman presented with 2 days shortness of breath and right sided chest discomfort after a long haul flight. What does this scan demonstrate?
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Lung collapse Case 1

This patient suffered right sided chest trauma with a rib fracture, tension pneumothorax and extensive surgical emphysema. Then became more SOB after treatment with ICC
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Short path reverberation artefact

**B-lines = Short path reverberation artefact Short path reverberation artefact The ultrasound appearance of this artefact is a thin vertical bright or echogenic line that passes from the point of origin, to the deepest part of the ultrasound image. Most…

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Reverberation Artefacts

Reverberation Artefacts An ultrasound machine assumes a single pulse of ultrasound enters the tissues, is reflected off a structure, and returns directly to the transducer for interpretation. When this does not occur ultrasound artefacts are created. Not infrequently and ultrasound…

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COPD Case 2 Lung Bullae

A patient with a history of COPD / severe emphysema presents with an exacerbation of their shortness of breath. What does this clip show?
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Lung Point Case 3

45 year old male presents with left sided chest pain after scuba diving. What does the ultrasound show? Tiny pneumothorax and lung point