Saturday, December 12, 2020


A gestation sac measuring less than 5 weeks. But complicated with a pair of right ovarian cysts. Also a collection of free fluid in the cul de sac. Possibly the result of rupture of a mature follicle.
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Sunday, December 6, 2020


End stage cirrhosis liver shows certain classic features seen in this case:
=Nodular shrunken liver 
due to extensive fibrosis 
= large ascites 

Saturday, December 5, 2020


A brief textbook of sonography of the breast in Atlas format by me Dr. Joe Antony, MD, radiologist.
In this e-book, I've covered almost every known breast pathology using high resolution ultrasound images of the breast. It's in kindle ebook format.


Subserosal fibroid as seen on transvaginal ultrasound scan. 

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Also present endometrial calcification 

Thursday, December 3, 2020


This pattern has moderate fatty liver with focal sparing in the region of the caudate lobe. 
Also a hypoechoic lesion in right lobe. Have advised CT scan. 
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Focal sparing of fatty liver shown by arrows in above ultrasound images. 
Above sonographic image shows a hypoechoic lesion in right lobe liver. 

Saturday, November 28, 2020


A classic example of pyelonephritis. Both kidneys show changes on ultrasound. The ultrasound images below show rounded kidneys due to renal parenchymal edema. Kidneys are grossly enlarged due to UTI or urinary tract infection/ nephritis. 

Friday, November 13, 2020


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Tuesday, November 10, 2020


These sonographic images show a moderately advanced MNG or multinodular goiter of thyroid. Panoramic transverse sections show the extent of the disease process. 
Note the large cyst in isthmus also. 

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Thursday, November 5, 2020


Intussusception is a relatively easy diagnosis provided the patient is cooperative: meaning the child is not restless or crying. 
The rounded doughnut shaped mass is typical of intussusception. 
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Saturday, October 31, 2020


Not uncommon to find large renal cortical cysts. This left renal cyst measured 4.7 cms.

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sonography of renal cysts

Renal cortical cyst

Monday, October 12, 2020


 Normal appearance of median nerve at wrist- transverse and long section ultrasound images:

Normal sonographic section through the biceps tendon- transverse:

Normal section through the supraspinatus muscle and rotator cuff     of the Rt. shoulder

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Saturday, October 10, 2020


 This great yet concise e-book: Atlas of breast ultrasound

covers all major sonographic imaging of breast diseases.

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 Duplication of the renal pelvis or bifid renal pelvis is the result of incomplete fusion of the renal upper and lower moieties during fetal stage.

see a case of complete duplication of the renal collecting system:

Monday, September 7, 2020


A large sub-mucosal fibroid in middle aged lady.
Measures 4 x 2 cms.

The presence of limited vascularity suggests fibroid rather than a large endometrial polyp. The fibroid lies entirely within the endometrial cavity.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020


 Bilateral colloid nodules in the thyroid- 1 in each lobe seen in panoramic view as well as

in focused imaging of each lobe. Both are solid and inhomogenous. Poor vascularity.

Non calcific. All features of a benign nature.

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Friday, July 3, 2020



This 3D ultrasound video shows a 19 week fetus with exomphalos
(also called omphalocele).
Omphalocele is often associated with multiple congenital anomalies causing increased morbidity and mortality.

Images are courtesy of Dr. Vishal Kumat, MD.

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