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Tag: POCUS

Parapelvic Cyst

A patient with a history of chronic kidney disease and nephrolithiasis is seen in the clinic for follow up. Last available serum creatinine is relatively stable compared to baseline. Resident […]

Whiteout lung

As fluid accumulates in the dependent zones, we normally look for pleural effusion just above the diaphragm aiming the ultrasound beam posteriorly. We have previously talked about the spine sign […]

Pelvic Kidney

A middle-aged patient was seen in the nephrology clinic for evaluation of chronic kidney disease. No prior imaging was available. Patient was asymptomatic and there was no significant renal-related history […]

Aortic valve lesion in a dialysis patient

A pleasant elderly patient on dialysis presented with fever, chills, and dizziness. No obvious signs of dialysis access infection but found to have gram positive bacteremia. Following are the focused […]

The subcostal bicaval view

We are familiar with the subcostal 4 chamber and inferior vena cava (IVC) views. There is also something called subcostal bicaval view, where you can visualize both IVC and the […]

Kosmos panel discussion on VExUS

Brief lectures on the importance of venous congestion, Doppler flow patterns, clinical indications of VExUS and technique followed by Q&A session.