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Recurrent pyogenic cholangitis is a progressive disease of uncertain etiology. Diagnosis of the disease is made in patients with chronic intermittent attacks of biliary sepsis. Imaging reveals biliary strictures and intrahepatic stones. Complications include liver abscess and cholangiocarcinoma....
Two-dimensional viewing of three-dimensional anatomy, using conventional ultrasound, limits clinicians' ability to quantify and visualize a number of diseases. It is one reason for the reported variability in ultrasound diagnosis. Two-dimensional ultrasound has several limitations. The 2-D...
Ultrasound remains important in evaluating the gallbladder and biliary tree because of its relative safety, ease of use, availability, and accuracy. Diagnostic considerations associated with gallbladder and biliary sonography are usually straightforward. Pitfalls that can confuse the sonographic...
Duplex color Doppler ultrasound evaluation of the extracranial carotid arteries has emerged as a cost-effective, reliable, non-invasive way to evaluate atheroselerotie disease and its complications. The accuracy of duplex color Doppler evaluation in the identification of hemodynamically...
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