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Contrast-enhanced ultrasound of kidneys and urinary system 08 Feb 2016

Clinical applications of contrast-enhanced ultrasound in the kidneys and urinary system.

Learning objectives:
  • To describe the normal findings in native and transplanted kidneys and in the urinary tract.
  • To learn to diagnose the different pathologic conditions in native and transplanted kidneys and urinary tract.
  • To learn the basic technique to perform contrast-enhanced ultrasound, with practical tips.

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Duration:53 mins


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Professor Teresa Fontanilla

Professor Teresa Fontanilla is a Consultant Radiologist dedicated and devoted to ultrasound, who works in a University Hospital in Spain (Hospital Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda, Madrid) performing both in and out patients, with liver and renal transplantation as an important part of her daily work. Advanced ultrasound studies with Doppler US, contrast-enhanced ultrasound and shear wave elastography are her specialities. Liver ARFI and shear wave imaging elastography are her fields of research. She is Professor of Medical Sciences in Medical school, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM).