Bruce R McCune

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Significant sonic shadowing originating from a structure within the hepatic parenchyma is unusual and often denotes pathology. The differential diagnosis (choledocholithiasis, air in the biliary tree, calcified tissue, foreign bodies, and shadowing from normal structures) is reviewed and examples are presented.
Paul R. Adamus Lotta Anderson Jane E. Austin David M. Baltz John W. Barko Karyn Bartlett Barbara L. Bedford Barbara Best Eric G. Bolen Scott D. Bridgham Mark M. Brinson William W. Brodowicz Tommy L. Brown Robert N. Buchsbaum David M. Burdick Marianne Burke Malcolm G. Butler Donald R. Cahoon Jeanne C. Chambers Patricia A. Chambers Randolph M. Chambers Gaii(More)
The ultrasonic criteria for the diagnosis of gallbladder calculi are: (1) echo-dense structures which disturb the smooth contour of the posterior border of the gallbladder; (2) sonic shadowing, and (3) echoes from within the gallbladder. Diagnostic confidence increases greatly in cases in which internal echoes, contour irregularities, and sonic shadows have(More)
A patient who had been jaundice for more than four months was examined with diagnostic ultrasound. Ultrasound examination revealed that the patient had a solid-appearing mass in the region of the gall bladder, in addition to findings diagnostic of obstructive jaundice. A probable mass was also noted in the head of the pancreas. The clinical data and(More)
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