In this post I’ll just add appendicitis cases until humans evolve the ability to develop the organ!
My appendix playlist on YouTube.
2 cm appendix in an obese patient. Used the curvilinear probe to get better penetration.
Large appendix with appendicolith and hyperemia.
0.9 cm appendicitis curled on itself with, fat stranding trace free fluid.
1 cm appendicitis with hyperemia and appendicolith
1.5 cm appendicitis with hyperemia.
Perforated appendicitis with complex fluid/abscess formation.
Appendicitis found with hyperemia, free fluid and mural gas found to be perforated on surgery.
Ruptured appendicitis with appendicolith, retrovesical and Morrison’s pouch free fluid
Perforated appendicitis with complex collection/abscess formation, fat stranding and appendiolith.
Hyperemic appendix with loss of gut signature and free fluid, perforated appendicitis.
1 cm Appendicitis located subhepatically.
Acute appendicitis with hyperemia and fat stranding.
0.9 cm positive appendicitis, with peripheral free fluid, and fat stranding.
Acute appendicitis @ 1 cm with L2-9mhz and L6-24mhz transducer GE Logiq e10.
Large appendicitis with appendicolith, hyperemia, fat standing and lympadenitis.
Hyperemia, echogenic fat and appendicolith
Difficult to image perforated appendicitis with fat stranding and free fluid
Appendicitis with trace free fluid and non obstructive appendicollith.
Perforate appendicitis measuring 1.8 cm with interval abscess formation on follow up ultrasound imaging.
Large, hyperemic with appendicolith.