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Transrectal ultrasonography is a specially devised technique to obtain clear tomograms of the intrapelvic organs, such as the prostate, urinary bladder and seminal vesicles. We used this technique to evaluate 64 patients with bladder tumors. The results were compared with histological findings...
A diagnostic ultrasonic system has been developed for simultaneous display of quantitative A mode and gray scale B mode presentations. An independent calibrator and preset amplification levels allow the apparatus to be calibrated for precise, repeatable examinations. A wide range of echo...
This case report describes the ultrasound findings of a rare congenital genitourinary tract anomaly diagnosed by ultrasound examination (abdominoscrotal hydrocele).
Six patients with aortic regurgitation secondary to flail aortic valve leaflet syndrome were studied echocardiographically, angiographically, surgically, and pathologically. The etiol ogy of flail aortic leaflet was myxomatous degeneration in four patients and bacterial endocarditis in two. The...
Two patients who developed rectus sheath hematoma while on anticoagulants are presented. Ultrasound was the definitive method of establishing the diagnosis.
Fifteen cases of circumferential gastric antral disease identified by upper gastrointestinal (GI) series over a 12‐month period were studied by grayscale ultrasound. In 93 per cent of the patients studied, a characteristic ovoid anechoic area containing a dense central collection of echoes was...
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