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Fig 32.1 Simultaneous B-mode (a) and CEUS image of a haemangioma. Peripheral nodular enhancement on CEUS (b, c), with no late phase washout (d). The central aspect of the lesion is thrombosed and does not fill
Fig 32.2a Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of FNH. Central filling vessel in an arterialised lesion
Fig 32.2b Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of FNH. Central filling vessel in an arterialised lesion
Fig 32.3 Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of liver metastases with early pronounced washout
Fig 32.4a, b Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of cholangiocarcinoma. Arterialised lesion, although peripheral and nodular in nature (a, b)
Fig 32.4c CEUS image of cholangiocarcinoma - early pronounced washout
Fig 32.5a Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of a large HCC - Arterialised lesion
Fig 32.5b Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of a large HCC - late and mild washout
Fig 32.6 Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of gallbladder polyp showing enhancement
Fig 32.7 Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of gallstones, thought to be a cholangiocarcinoma due to B mode configuration. No contrast enhancement is seen
Fig 32.8 CEUS images of a renal cell carcinoma showing rim enhancement and disorganised vascularity with portal phase washout
Fig 32.9 Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of a renal abscess, there is rim enhancement but no enhancement of the solid components seen on B mode
Fig 32.10 Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of a intratesticular lesion shown on CEUS to have no enhancement in keeping with a haematoma
Fig 32.11 Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of a small intratesticular lesion with hyperenhancement which persists in keeping with a Leydig cell tumour
Fig 32.12 Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of a small unilateral testis shown on CEUS to have no enhancement in keeping with a missed torsion
Fig 32.13 Simultaneous B-mode and CEUS image of a focal hepatic cystic lesion which showed early filling in the arterial phase post trauma in keeping with a pseudoaneurysm
Fig 32.14 Simultaneous transverse B-mode and CEUS image of the terminal ileum in a Crohn’s disease patient with hypervascularity and neovascularity of the fat indicating active inflammation
Fig 32.15a UCA administered through a nephrostomy tube demonstrates the renal pelvis and ureter
Fig 32.15b UCA administered through a nephrostomy tube demonstrates bladder filling
Fig 32.16 Simultaneous transverse B-mode and CEUS image of an occult liver lesion lesion on B mode, which is better seen on CEUS allowing targeting of a biopsy
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