Image by Genevieve Carbonatto Epiploic fat tortion Epiploic fat tortion Epiploic appendages are small benign outpouchings of visceral peritoneum that contain fat and small blood vessels. They can undergo tortion. This is rare. This patient presented with acute onset epigastric pain and ultrasound examination over the maximum area of tenderness showed a rounded structure surrounded Read more about Epiploic fat tortion[…]
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto Hypoechoic rounded structure in head of pancreas. The lesion is not a vessel as it does not fill with colour. Could be a necrotic tumour or a pseudocyst. Found to be a pseudocyst on further investigation.
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto Note round hypoechoic lesions in liver due to liver metastases
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto Note hyperechoic centre of abscess Large liver abscess
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto Note irregular liver outline and peritoneal fluid