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Circulatory Check: - It is very important to check the circulation of the Popliteal Artery. This artery is an extension of the Femoral Artery. Injury to the Femoral Artery can be fatal, and the by...

Circulatory Check: - It is very important to check the circulation of the Popliteal Artery. This artery is an extension of the Femoral Artery. Injury to the Femoral Artery can be fatal, and the by...

the rest of the arterial tree below the left popliteal artery confirm the degree of stenosis, in this case due to diabetic atherosclerosis. This is very evident in the left anterior tibial artery, left posterior tibial artery, and the Peroneal artery of the left lower limb. As in the earlier case, this patient too shows moderate to severe dampening of flow in the above-mentioned arteries: ( see colour Doppler ultrasound and spectral Doppler ultrasound images below):

the rest of the arterial tree below the left popliteal artery confirm the degree of stenosis, in this case due to diabetic atherosclerosis. This is very evident in the left anterior tibial artery, left posterior tibial artery, and the Peroneal artery of the left lower limb. As in the earlier case, this patient too shows moderate to severe dampening of flow in the above-mentioned arteries: ( see colour Doppler ultrasound and spectral Doppler ultrasound images below):

Normal inguinal canal, sagittal sonograms medial to the IEVs. (A) At rest, oval shaped inguinal canal (large arrows) with posterosuperiorly echogenic peritoneum (small arrow). (B, C) On straining, the echogenic peritoneum (small arrow) and hypoechoic bowel push inferiorly and anteriorly, compressing the inguinal canal.

Normal inguinal canal, sagittal sonograms medial to the IEVs. (A) At rest, oval shaped inguinal canal (large arrows) with posterosuperiorly echogenic peritoneum (small arrow). (B, C) On straining, the echogenic peritoneum (small arrow) and hypoechoic bowel push inferiorly and anteriorly, compressing the inguinal canal.

Small subcutaneous lesion mimmicking a schwannoma but biopsy proved to be a leiomyoma

Small subcutaneous lesion mimmicking a schwannoma but biopsy proved to be a leiomyoma

Sarcoidosis of the parotid glands with inhomogeneous parotid glands and hypoechoic lesions in the parotid gland

Sarcoidosis of the parotid glands with inhomogeneous parotid glands and hypoechoic lesions in the parotid gland

uterine anomalies

uterine anomalies

Free-floating clot. Sagittal (A) and transverse (B) gray-scale images demonstrating echogenic free-floating intraluminal clot in two different patients. When thrombus is incompletely adherent to the vessel wall and surrounded by flowing blood (anechoic lumen), compression maneuvers pose an increased risk for embolization and should be avoided.

Free-floating clot. Sagittal (A) and transverse (B) gray-scale images demonstrating echogenic free-floating intraluminal clot in two different patients. When thrombus is incompletely adherent to the vessel wall and surrounded by flowing blood (anechoic lumen), compression maneuvers pose an increased risk for embolization and should be avoided.

retroperitoneal fibrosis

retroperitoneal fibrosis

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