The pancreatic mass was difficult to visualise on intraoperative ultrasound however one of the liver lesions was biopsied and this was reported as an angiomyolipoma.
What does IOUS stand for?
IOUS stands for Intraoperative Ultrasound
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- I Owe You One
- Institute of Oceanography, University of British Columbia (Vancouver)
- Immovable Object Unstoppable Force (martial arts DVD)
- Illinois OCLC Users Group
- Independent Oracle Users Group (Chicago, IL)
- Indiana Oracle Users Group
- International Oracle Users Group
- Intercontinental Open University for Global Change (Belgium)
- International Open University of Humanity, Health Science and Peace (UN)
- Input Output Utility Subsystem
- I/O Virtualization (allows multiple operating systems running simultaneously to share devices)
- In-Orbit Validation
- Incandescent Oil Vapor
- Institute of Videography (UK)
- Internationale Organisation für Volkskunst (German: international organization for people art)
- Istituto Oncologico Veneto (Italian: Oncology Institute of Veneto; Veneto, Italy)
- International Organization for Victim Assistance (Newberg, OR)
- Iowa Organization for Victim Assistance (est. 1983; Des Moines, IA)
- Information Operations Vulnerability Assessment Division
- In Overcast
Samples in periodicals archive:
The intrahepatic tumor was confirmed by intraoperative ultrasound and by direct inspection of the liver.
Portenier and his colleagues reviewed the use of pre- or intraoperative ultrasound in 1,391 consecutive patients with abdominal complaints or elevated liver function tests who received RYGB during 2000-2005.
CHICAGO -- Contrast-enhanced intraoperative ultrasound identifies more liver tumors than does the imaging technology when it is used in a conventional manner, which may increase the chances for successful surgery or prevent unnecessary surgery.
Also consider intraoperative ultrasound to help guide surgery because the anatomy is "very, very, very altered and abnormal" Dr.