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REVIEW 2022 May 31
Ultrasound Elastography for Liver Disease with Focus on Hepatic Fibrosis
Chronic liver disease is a worldwide problem, including in Korea, and its major consequence is an increasing deposition of fibrous tissue within the liver, leading to cirrhosis and finally hepatocellular carcinoma. The diagnosis and staging of liver fibrosis are important to pri...
REVIEW 2022 May 31
First Steps in Kidney, Adrenal Gland, and Urinary Bladder Ultrasonography
Kidney, adrenal gland, and urinary bladder ultrasonography is often performed when patients complain of flank or suprapubic discomfort or abnormal urinalysis. Approaches to kidney, adrenal gland, and urinary bladder ultrasonography are not difficult. However, if we do not have e...
REVIEW 2022 May 31
Clinical Application of Ultrasound-guided Core Needle Biopsy of the Breast
Ultrasound-guided core needle biopsy is the standard diagnostic tool for suspicious breast lesions. This method is an invasive procedure that obtains breast tissue by penetrating suspicious breast lesions directly under local anesthesia. To perform this procedure accurately and ...
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