Differential Diagnosis in Ultrasound Imaging by Lucas Greiner, Dieter Nürnberg, Günter Schmidt

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Hyperechoic, well-circumscribed plaques (arrows), probably at low risk for embolization. AF = femoral artery; S = shadowing. 1 Once the lesions become superimposed by white thrombi, the wall will bulge into the lumen, and these thrombi appear as hypoechoic intraluminal mass of sometimes irregular structure (Fig. 40; see also Fig. 47). Fig. 40 a Protuberant complex plaque (cursors) in the left CCA with cranially attached platelet thrombus, risk of embolization. b Complex structure with an irregular surface in the distal aorta (AO), presumably at greater risk for embolization.

White Thrombus Intraluminal white thrombi are most common in aneurysms. They do not represent a true thickening of the wall but nevertheless are a sequela of the underlying arteriosclerosis (Fig. 16b; see also Fig. 46). Arteritis There are clinical and histological differences between the various types of arteritis. 41 illustrates the sonographic characteristics of one such type. 22e and Fig. 41 demonstrate the characteristic signs of arteritis in B-mode scanning and color Doppler sonography. The most reliable sign is the hypoechoic, concentric wall thickening as a dark halo sur- rounding the colorful lumen in giant-cell arteritis, with a sensitivity of about 80% and a specificity of more than 90%.

Fig. 77 Acute and chronic Budd–Chiari syndrome. a Acute Budd–Chiari syndrome: occlusion of all three hepatic veins (infiltration of the vena cava by metastatic lymph nodes). Speckled liver structure, no visible veins. Clinical diagnosis was ovarian cancer; there was massive pain and the patient died after a few days. b Chronic Budd–Chiari syndrome: Diffuse metastatic infiltration with occlusion of the liver veins. VC = vena cava. c Veno-occlusive disease (VOD) in acute myeloid leukemia and allogenic bone marrow transplantation.

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