Subgaleal hemorrhage is a rare collection of fluid in the potential space of the galeal or epicranial aponeurosisand cranial periosteum. Birth trauma and forceps use typically cause it (90% of cases), and may also be present in patients with blood clotting disorders. This condition is similar in appearance to a cephalohematoma, though the cephalohematomas are… Read More Subgaleal Hematoma
The brain is fed oxygenated blood by paired vessels that arises from the aortic arch.… Read More Carotid Duplex
“You the new ultrasound technician”? Technician or technologist, is it really a big deal how they refer to us? After all, according to our licensing society we are “Sonographer’s” a very cool term that conjures up images of photographers specializing in capturing snaps with sound waves of internal anatomy. Though the term hasn’t quite stuck.… Read More Technologist vs. Technician, does it matter?
Uterine congenital anomalies are a collection of dysmorphisms attributable to failure of Müllerian duct development. The Müllerian or Paramesonephric ducts are paired embryological structures that run down the sides of the urogenital ridge which in females become the Uterus and upper one third of the vagina.… Read More Uterine Anomaly Classification
Ovarian torsion is an infrequent though important gynecological pathology.… Read More Ovarian Torsion
Veins are blood vessels that carry deoxygenated blood toward the heart (with the exception of the pulmonary and portal veins which carry oxygen rich blood to the left atrium and liver respectively). … Read More Lower Extremity Venous Duplex Protocol
The thyroid is an endocrine organ that secretes hormones that regulate
metabolism and protein synthesis.
The gland is about 10 – 20 g and butterfly shaped with 2 lobes and isthmus, 30 % of the population also have a pyramidal lobe the extends superior to the isthmus.… Read More Thyroid Ultrasound