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By Jane A. Smith (formerly Bates) MPhil DMU DCR

As a growing number of practitioners are counting on ultrasound as an authorised, secure, and reasonably priced diagnostic device in daily perform, its use in diagnosing belly difficulties is instantly expanding. This up to date version contains assurance of uncomplicated anatomy, method, and ultrasound appearances, as well as the commonest pathological approaches. It serves as either a pragmatic, clinically proper handbook and source for execs, in addition to a useful textbook for college students getting into the sector. * Over 500 illustrations and fine quality scans in actual fact express stomach anatomy. * useful and clinically appropriate assurance addresses the worries of either practitioners and scholars. * Succinct, accomplished chapters exhibit small print.

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Bowel gas over the fundus can also be moved by various patient positions. Normal variants of the gallbladder The mesenteric attachment of the gallbladder to the inferior surface of the liver is variable in length. This gives rise to large variations in position; at one end of the spectrum the gallbladder, attached only at the neck, may be fairly remote from the liver, even lying in the pelvis; at the other the gallbladder fossa deeply invaginates the liver and the gallbladder appears to lie ‘intrahepatically’ enclosed on all sides by liver tissue.

RRA = right renal artery. 6 LS, midline, through the left lobe, angled right towards the IVC. LPV = left portal vein; HA = hepatic artery. 7 LS through the midline. SV = splenic vein; SA = splenic artery; SMA = superior mesenteric artery. 8 LS just to the left of midline. 9 LS, left lobe of liver. 10 Transverse section (TS) through the liver, above the confluence of the hepatic veins. 11 TS at the confluence of the hepatic veins (HV). 12 TS at the porta hepatis. PV = portal vein. 13 TS through the right kidney.

B) TS demonstrating a stone and comet-tail artifacts from within the wall due to crystal deposits. (C) TS through a more advanced case of adenomyomatosis with a large Rokitansky–Aschoff sinus, giving the appearance of a ‘double lumen’.

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