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Month: December 2019

Retroperitoneal lymphoma

Here is a renal sonogram obtained from an elderly woman demonstrating bilateral hydronephrosis as well as a heterogeneous mass encasing the left kidney. CT scan of the abdomen included for […]

Early intrauterine pregnancy

While scanning urinary bladder in women, we may occasionally encounter sonographic findings suggestive of pregnancy.  The earliest definitive evidence of pregnancy visible on ultrasonography (typically endovaginal) is the gestational sac […]

Maternal Physiologic hydronephrosis in Pregnancy

Pregnancy-related hydronephrosis, more precisely physiologic maternal renal pelvis dilatation is common and the incidence is estimated to be as high as 80%. The dilatation of the pelvis and ureter typically […]

The Shred Sign

As we have seen previously, lobar consolidations tend to be well-defined, often accompanied by a small pleural effusion. However, small subpleural consolidations (of course, ultrasound does not detect if they […]