Evaluation of focal hepatic lesions by using ultrasound evaluation
Dr. Rajeev Ranjan, Dr. Baidya Nath Singh
The aim of the present study is to evaluate the role of ultrasound in evaluation of focal hepatic lesions. Also to study the relative prevalence of different focal hepatic lesions detected by ultrasound during the study period. The study is conducted in North Indian Hospital in Radiology department, From Dec 2016 to July 2017. The approval of ethical committee had been taken along with the consent from the patients were also taken. Total 25 patients having are group of 20-60 year were enrolled in to the study. Liver was scanned in various planes. Various ultrasono graphic features of focal liver lesions were observed. There are total 15 solitary type and 10 multiple type of focal lesions were observed. According to distribution of the lob there are 14 cases of right, 4 cases of left and 7 cases of both sides were reported. From the present study it can be concluded that there is a significant association between USG findings and CT diagnosis.