Worked examples of clinical cases for specific pathological conditions and signs from the Renal Ultrasound Modules Distal VUJ Stone: Case 1 – Case 2 – Case 3 – Case 4 – Case 5 Bladder Stone: Case 1 – Case 2 Distal Ureteric Stone: Case 1 –
This report is designed as an educational aid aimed at guiding the user through the steps required to perform a lung ultrasound examination. Whilst not exhaustive it will remind users of the appearances of the more common lung pathologies.
This report is designed as an educational aid for the Emergency Physician. It reminds the user of the appearance and grading of hydronephrosis, the appearance of simple renal cysts, and how to measure bladder volume.
The aims of ultrasound guided assessment of pleural effusion are: To determine and describe the size and site of the effusion. To mark the optimal site for drainage (and perform the procedure) if required. To characterize the effusion, noting echogenicity…
Comprehensive lung ultrasound examination involves the following steps: Thorough clinical assessment with integration of history, clinical findings and other investigations. This enables formulation of a differential diagnosis and allows more accurate interpretation of the ultrasound findings. Ultrasound examination of all…
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