Abdominal Ultrasound tutorial

A tutorial about how to read an abdominal ultrasound video. Produced to give medical students just a better idea of what to expect.

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Dr Sajad Ahmad Salati
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Posted about 7 years ago
Dear Dr Alastair Let me congratulate you for a very nice and fruitful effort ;this tutorial is beneficial to both students and practitioners and I am deeply impressed by the simplicity of approach. Best of luck for future Dr Sajad Ahmad Salati A
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Mr Raymond Buick
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Paediatric Surgeon
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Posted about 10 years ago
I found this very interesting. A good overview. It would be good if the radiologists out there produced a detailed ultrasound examination of each of the abdominal organs. There's a challenge R G Buick
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Ashkan Rad
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Posted over 6 years ago
very nice and useful,I reallly enjoyed!Thanks Dr Altasir
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kavitha gopal
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Posted over 5 years ago
great to know this site
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Asra Alwandi
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Medical Student - St. Georges University, London
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Posted over 3 years ago
Dear Dr Buick, thank you very much for this useful resource. I especially liked the fact that you explained all the relevant Anatomy while explaining the different regions for ultrasound.
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Samuel Fernandes
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Medical student - Hospital Santa Maria
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Posted about 3 years ago
Thank you very much for this tutorial!
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Ruth Brown
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Posted about 9 years ago
That was really interesting and helpful, thanks!
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Sam Frewen
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Medical Student - St. Georges University, London
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Posted over 7 years ago

Very interesting and good!!  Would like more of these. 

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Nadia Lone
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Medical Student - Bristol
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Posted almost 10 years ago
Not sure about the music at the start - found it a little distracting - but once that was over this was a very good tutorial
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Julia Kilpatrick
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Posted about 7 years ago
This is great, helpful for an overview but I would also like more detail. Just one question, when the narrator says that the splenic artery is running from the aorta to the right side of the patient, did he mean the left?
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Dr Alastair Buick
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Site Administrator
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Posted about 7 years ago
Hi Julia This is meant to say the splenic artery is going to the right side of the screen or image rather than the patient.
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malak mm
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Posted over 7 years ago

thanks but if you give me mor details about ultrasound

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Jeremy Walker
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Site Administrator
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Posted over 10 years ago
An excellent showcase!!
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Dr Alastair Buick
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Site Administrator
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Posted over 10 years ago
incredible
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Vincent Joya
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Posted over 4 years ago
how do i play the video?
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Saeed
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General practitioner - Ministry of health of Saudi Arabia
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Posted over 3 years ago
Amaaaazing video
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Amr Refay Albitar
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internest - kasralainy hospital
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Posted over 3 years ago
Thank you for this great effort
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Dr Alastair Buick
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Site Administrator
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Posted over 10 years ago
incredible
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