vincenzo genchi

vincenzo genchi

vincenzo genchi
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Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis - classically presents as non-bilious projectile vomiting during the second month of life. Ultrasound is excellent for first line assessment with the pylorus considered hypertrophied if it exceeds 15mm in length and 3mm or more in thickness (from lumen to outer edge). The stomach will usually be distended with fluid and at no time during the scan will the pylorus open.

Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis - classically presents as non-bilious projectile vomiting during the second month of life. Ultrasound is excellent for first line assessment with the pylorus considered hypertrophied if it exceeds 15mm in length and 3mm or more in thickness (from lumen to outer edge). The stomach will usually be distended with fluid and at no time during the scan will the pylorus open.

gastroschisis vs omphalocele - Google Search

gastroschisis vs omphalocele - Google Search

ultrasound of the pediatric spine-protocol, normal and abnormal sonographic appearance

ultrasound of the pediatric spine-protocol, normal and abnormal sonographic appearance

Complete testicular torsion was seen in this patient, who had the whirlpool sign in the spermatic cord on real-time grayscale imaging, and absent intratesticular flow on a color Doppler study. “Sonographic Differential Diagnosis of Acute Scrotum,” by S. Boopathy Vijayaraghavan, MD, DMRD, is an article you can access in the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine to read more about this case.

Complete testicular torsion was seen in this patient, who had the whirlpool sign in the spermatic cord on real-time grayscale imaging, and absent intratesticular flow on a color Doppler study. “Sonographic Differential Diagnosis of Acute Scrotum,” by S. Boopathy Vijayaraghavan, MD, DMRD, is an article you can access in the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine to read more about this case.

Neonate ultrasound HYDRANENCEPHALY

Neonate ultrasound HYDRANENCEPHALY