Sandeep Vaidya

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Pseudolesions in the liver are caused by unusual/altered hemodynamics of the liver and can be confused with a true hepatic mass. In superior vena cava (SVC) obstruction. there is recruitment of the cavo-mammary-phrenic-hepatic-capsule-portal pathway. and the venous blood follows the internal mammary vein, the inferior phrenic vein, the hepatic capsule(More)
Hepatic steatosis is often seen in patients with hepatitis on screening ultrasound as generalized increased liver echogenecity. However, its nodular form can present as multiple echogenic masses, which can mimic hepatocellular carcinoma or metastasis by ultrasound and computed tomography. Small hepatocellular carcinomas are often hyperechoic and have a(More)
PURPOSE To correlate vibration frequency and duration at Doppler vibrometry with stenosis severity determined at catheter angiography. MATERIALS AND METHODS Sixteen patients (eight women) scheduled to undergo abdominal or pelvic angiography were recruited after providing informed consent. An ultrasonography (US) scanner was customized to acquire raw echo(More)
BACKGROUND Intrapancreatic accessory spleen is a rare cause of pancreatic pseudotumors and in about 1-2% located in the pancreatic tail. Accessory spleens itself are found in about 10-15% of the population. Our findings show a case of an intrapancreatic accessory spleen suspected for a malignancy in the pancreatic tail. PATIENT A 63-year-old man admitted(More)
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