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Ultrasound is the most common modality used to evaluate the liver. An echogenic liver is defined as increased echogenicity of the liver parenchyma compared with the renal cortex. The prevalence of echogenic liver is approximately 13% to 20%. In most clinical settings, increased liver...
Auricular pseudocyst (AP) is a rare benign condition that corresponds to an intracartilaginous collection resulting in a noninflammatory cystic swelling of the ear.
The objective is to describe ultrasound and clinical presentation of histologically proven AP.
An Institutional Review...
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