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Susan Back

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Pediatric kidney abnormalities, such as urinary tract dilation (UTD), are common, and current reporting methods vary significantly. There's a need for more precise evaluation methods. Using automated 3D kidney volume measurements from ultrasound (US) offers an alterantive objective approach. Our aim is to evaluate the diagnostic potential of automated 3D kidney volume measurements for detecting and categorizing UTD, comparing their accuracy with clinical assessment. Read More

Meeting name: SPR 2024 Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course , 2024

Authors: Sultan Laith, Morales-tisnés Tatiana, Rouet Laurence, Jago James, Sridharan Anush, Otero Hansel, Darge Kassa, Back Susan

Keywords: Urinary tract dilation, 3D ultrasound, Diagnostic model

Infantile myofibromatosis is rare. The generalized form affects the integument and musculoskeletal system as well as multiple visceral organs and can impair organ function, thus requiring prompt diagnosis and treatment at an early age. As a disease that presents before the age of two years, minimizing use of CT and MRI is imperative to reduce radiation and gadolinium contrast use, respectively. We present a case of a neonate in whom multiple cutaneous and an appendiceal lesion raised the suspicion of infantile myofibromatosis. Multiple liver lesions were seen on gray-scale ultrasound. On contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS), there were multiple, differently-enhancing liver lesions, a finding which was confirmed on MRI with hepatocyte specific contrast. These were all thought to represent myofibromas with complete involution following low dose chemotherapy. Read More

Meeting name: SPR 2024 Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course , 2024

Authors: Davis Laura, Morales-tisnés Tatiana, Lerebo Wondwossen, Barz Leahy Allison, Ntoulia Aikaterini, Dennis Rebecca, Anupindi Sudha, Darge Kassa, Back Susan

Keywords: myofibromatosis, contrast ultrasound, CEUS