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WFUMB Video of the Month July 2019

WFUMB Video of the Month July 2019

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Author and Affiliation

Alina Constantin1,  Cătălin Copăescu2,  Victor Tomulescu2,  Adrian Săftoiu3

1Gastroenterology Department, Ponderas Academic Hospital Bucharest
2Surgical Department, Ponderas Academic Hospital Bucharest
3Research Center of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Craiova, Romania

Video and Figure 1

SPN which occurs in young women in the third decade of life has well-defined borders and variable central areas with cystic degeneration, necrosis, or hemorrhage (Figure 1a). Contrast enhanced EUS reveals  in SPN  hypoenhancement in the the arterial and venous phase (Video 1). In contrast, NETs are hyperenhancing lesions. Elastography shows stiffer tissue compared to the surrounding (Figure 1b). Biopsy and immunohistochemical staining were performed for final diagnosis.

Take Home Message

Neuroendocrine tumor (NET) and solid-pseudopapillary neoplasm (SPN) are two types of pancreatic tumor that were sometimes difficult to differentiate. Biopsy and immunohistochemical analysis obtained  by a histological needle biopsy plays a crucial role in differentiating these two tumor types, E-cadherin, chromogranin A, and β-catenin representing the most useful markers which should be employed for differentiating between NET and SPN.

Featured reference

Yusuke Ohara, Tatsuya Oda, Shinji Hashimoto. Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor and solid-pseudopapillary neoplasm: Key immunohistochemical profiles for differential diagnosis, World J Gastroenterol 2016;22(38):8596-8604.

Figure 1a
Figure 1b
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WFUMB Video of the Month June 2019

WFUMB Video of the Month June 2019

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This was a 45-year old man with severe proteinuria. Color Doppler US of the left renal vein (LRV) in transverse plane shows severe compression between abdominal aorta and superior mesenteric artery and bright-colored jetting flow in the inferior vena cava. Measured peak flow velocity was approximately 3 meters per second which is much higher than normal velocity of 40 to 50 cm/sec. 
[Prof. Seung Hyup Kim, Professor in Radiology and Urology, Seoul National University, Korea]

Diagnosis

Nutcracker Syndrome

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WFUMB2019 Congress

WFUMB2019 Congress

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The 17th World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology Congress hosted by
The Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM 2019)

5-9 September 2019
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia.

http://www.wfumb2019.org/

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WFUMB 2021, Timisoara

WFUMB 2021, Timisoara

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Dear Colleagues and Friends,

The World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (WFUMB) are pleased to invite you to Timisoara, Romania for the 18th WFUMB Congress. This will be held from May 26-29, 2021 at Timisoara Convention Center, Str Marasesti nr 1-3, 300086, Timisoara, Timis, Romania.

The event web site is already up and running and you can Register now for this exciting event > https://wfumb2021.com/

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WFUMB Medical Student Network Group

WFUMB Medical Student Network Group

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Medical Students – Join the Conversation!

The World Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (www.wfumb.org) wants you!

You can now apply to join a specially created Group for Medical Students where you can learn and share with other medical students and educators with a special interest in ultrasound, across the world. We would like to invite you to join the WFUMB Medical Student Network Group where you can share your experiences via discussions, videos, images and posts using the trusted platform of LinkedIn.

In joining the WFUMB Medical Student Network you can help us in building a community where you can encourage others to join and share knowledge to achieve goals.

Click here to apply, answer a few questions about your current student status and we will contact you once we have granted access (having a LinkedIn account before submitting the application will make the process smoother) >>

We look forward to building a Community of Medical Students
within the WFUMB Family

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Presentations from the WFUMB Webinar: IMpocus: The Current State & Exciting Future of Ultrasound Use in Internal Medicine – 08-01-2019
A successful WFUMB Webinar event took place on 8th January 2019, 7 PM CET titled – IMpocus: The Current State & Exciting Future of Ultrasound Use in Internal Medicine on 8th January 2019, 7 PM CET.  Expert speakers from the event were:

Topics were:

• What folks are doing internationally
• How IM POCUS compares with EM or ICU POCUS – what makes us different?
• What challenges we face as a community going forward and how we can address these (as a village)

Presentations from the webinar are below …
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WFUMB Video of the Month March 2019

WFUMB Video of the Month March 2019

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Affiliation

Christoph F Dietrich, Medizinische Klinik 2, Caritas-Krankenhaus Bad Mergentheim, Germany.

Video caption

The esophagus can be examined in the cervical region left to the thyroid. During swallowing the moving air within the esophagus can be identified.

Take Home Message

The feasibility of using swallow contrast-enhanced ultrasound (swallow-CEUS) to examine the function of the upper esophagus and to diagnose Zenker diverticulum has been shown.

Featured reference

Cui XW, Ignee A, Baum U, Dietrich CF. Feasibility and Usefulness of Using Swallow Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound to Diagnose Zenker’s Diverticulum: Preliminary Results. Ultrasound Med Biol. 2015; 41(4): 975-81

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WFUMB Video of the Month February 2019

WFUMB Video of the Month February 2019

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Author and Affiliation

Christoph F Dietrich. Medizinische Klinik 2, Caritas-Krankenhaus Bad Mergentheim, Germany.

Video

The papilla Vateri can be displayed in real-time. Please note the functional movements of the papilla.

Take Home Message

The papilla Vateri is an anatomic structure, which should be identified as own anatomic entity. The size of the papilla is about 13 x 7 mm (own data).

Featured references

None.

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WFUMB Video of the Month January 2019

WFUMB Video of the Month January 2019

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Author and Affiliation

Christoph F Dietrich. Medizinische Klinik 2, Caritas-Krankenhaus Bad Mergentheim, Germany.

Figure and video 1

The left adrenal gland including the adrenal arterial vessels are shown using endoscopic ultrasound color Doppler imaging [Video].

Take Home Message

Endoscopic real-time ultrasound (US) using high-resolution equipment allows visualization of the left adrenal gland as a routine procedure (99 %). Adrenal arteries can be displayed under good circumstances.

Featured references

  • Dietrich CF, Wehrmann T, Hoffmann C, Herrmann G, Caspary WF, Seifert H. Detection of the adrenal glands by endoscopic or transabdominal ultrasound. Endoscopy 1997;29:859-864
  • Jenssen C, Dietrich CF. Ultrasound and Endoscopic Ultrasound of the adrenal glands. Ultraschall Med 2010; 31(3):228-250.
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WFUMB Image & video of the Month December 2018

WFUMB Image & video of the Month December 2018

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Newborn with arterial hypertension and focal renal or adrenal lesion (B-mode ultrasound, 40 mm). Contrast enhanced ultrasound allowed to solve the differential diagnosis. The complete lesion was non-enhancing (contrast injection of Sonovue™, see video). Adrenal hemorrhage is non-enhancing in contrast to adrenal neoplasia.

[Dietrich CF, Buchhorn R]

Take home messages

Contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) allows diagnosis of adrenal hemorrhage and to exclude neoplasia.
CEUS is safe in newborn, children and adults [(1)].

Featured reference

1.              Sidhu PS, Cantisani V, Deganello A, Dietrich CF, Duran C, Franke D, Harkanyi Z, et al. Role of Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound (CEUS) in Paediatric Practice: An EFSUMB Position Statement. Ultraschall Med 2017;38:33-43.

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