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  Refresher Courses

The Liver Looks Inhomogeneous: What Does That Mean?

  DATE: Tuesday, December 02 2003
  START TIME: 08:30 AM
  END TIME: 10:00 AM
  LOCATION: Room E451A
  CODE: RC310C
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Michel Lafortune MD
Montreal , PQ
 

Keywords
Liver, US
Walks Thru Week
Ultrasound
Gastrointestinal
 
Learning Objectives: 1) Understand the ultrasound features that differentiate significant from insignificant hyperechoic liver masses. 2) Learn the differential diagnosis of nonhyperechoic liver lesions and understand how to guide further work-up when the sonographic findings are nonspecific. 3) Understand the gray-scale and Doppler US findings in normal patients and patients with chronic liver disease.
Disclosure: (J.W.C. benefited from a small grant to Mayo from RITA.)