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Neonatal adrenal hemorrhage was diagnosed by ultrasound as an echo‐free mass superior to downward displaced normal kidneys in three newborns. In one, the adrenal hemorrhage was bilateral. Fine needle aspiration was performed to confirm the diagnosis in one case. The babies were followed‐up until...
The sonographic features of three cases of extrauterine, intra‐abdominal pregnancy are presented in conjunction with a brief review of the clinical and radiographic features of the condition. Based on our experience and a review of the literature, we found that the major criteria for the...
Sonograms of 27 patients with gestational trophoblastic disease were evaluated and categorized according to newer concepts regarding the pathology and pathogenesis of this disorder. The patients were assigned to the following subgroups: (1) classical or complete mole; (2) partial or incomplete...
We have become increasingly aware of the presence of a type of image artifact normally appearing in anechoic areas (eg, cyst, bladder, gallbladder) and giving the appearance of “sludge” or “debris.” These artifactual echoes may be caused by the fact that the finite width of the transducer beam...
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