International Journal of Inflammation / 2012 / Article / Fig 1

Review Article

Vascularisation Pattern of Chronic Pancreatitis Compared with Pancreatic Carcinoma: Results from Contrast-Enhanced Endoscopic Ultrasound

Figure 1

Contrast-enhanced high mechanical endoscopic ultrasound in a patient with chronic pancreatitis: (a) lesion before contrast enhancer injection the lesions is visible within the colour doppler window as a nearly black area; (b) Lesion after contrast enhancer influx (4.5 mL Sonovue) with a visible netlike vessel system the rich vessel system is visible mostly on the right side of the picture with different colours; (c) pw-Doppler analysis of the vessels with a clear venous signal; on the right half of the picture a laminar flow is displayed as a nearly flat white bark.
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