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flownetters and vascular surgery discussion listers-
as the scanners get better, we vascular surgeons, traditionally more
interested in the hemodynamics than the image, have nevertheless been faced
with thyroid abnormalities in an astounding fraction of patients sent for
carotid duplex scans- our primary care physicians have been faced with the
difficult question of which lesions to pursue and which to ignore- i have
consulted several ultrasound texts, but have been unable to find anything
beyond technique- any suggestions how to educate myself to be able to tell
my colleagues which lesions are likely benign and which are likely
malignant?
joe


Joseph R Schneider    Web Page http://pubweb.acns.nwu.edu/~jschneid/JRS.HTML
"The cemeteries are filled with indispensable men." de Gaulle



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