Interventional Sonography

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Sonography Flashcards on Interventional Sonography, created by Tessa Huiswaard on 06/11/2020.
Tessa Huiswaard
Flashcards by Tessa Huiswaard, updated more than 1 year ago
Tessa Huiswaard
Created by Tessa Huiswaard about 4 years ago
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What are the applications of an Interventional Ultrasound? Biopsies (Targeted and Non-targeted), Fine Needle Aspiration, Drainage, Aspirations, Injections, RFA, Intraoperative
Advantages of Interventional US? Real-time assessment, doppler can be used to assess vascularity, portable
Scanning Technique and Checklist Ensure correct patient position, give guidelines on respiration if needed, have diagnostic scans completed, it is a sterile procedure, needle needs to be perpendicular to ultrasound beam
What pathology is this? Right Flank (lower than kidney but higher than pelvis), the white outline is bowel, the black area is ascitic fluid (patient has come for ascitic tap)
What pathology is this? Patient is on the left side, the white line is the diaphragm, black space is pleural fluid (patient presented for pleural tap)
What procedure and pathology is this? Biopsy of the right lobe of the liver
What procedure and pathology is this? Target biopsy of the breast, 4:30 on right side, radial view
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