The hepatic steatosis was graded according to following criteria, Grade I: increased echogenecity
of liver with visible periportal and diaphragmatic echogenecity
; Grade II: increased liver echogenecity
with imperceptible periportal echogenecity
without obscuration of diaphragm; Grade III: increased echogenecity
of liver with imper-ceptible periportal echogenecity
and obscuration of diaphragm.
within the retroperitoneal mass may be due to extensive fatty matrix, calcification, increased vascularity or hemorrhage.
It is located in sacrococcygeal area and the tumor has mixed echogenecity
with anechoic cystic areas interspersed in hyperechoic areas which can increase vascularity.
Ultrasound abdomen showed mildly enlarged liver with increased echogenecity
Liquor was markedly scanty with both kidneys markedly enlarged having increased echogenecity
The endometrial thickness was seen and increased thickness was evident by increased thickness of echogenecity
The echo-genecity of the intima-media complex in the common carotid artery is closely related to the echogenecity
The two major sonographic findings are increased pancreatic size and decreased pancreatic echogenecity
and structure of the mass remained unchanged throughout the pregnancy on repeated scans.
Gaiani et al10 and Hung et al22 proposed a complex ultrasound scoring system using indices of the liver surface, parenchymal echogenecity
, the vessel pattern, spleen size etc to determine the fibrosis stage.
CT scan finding include low attenuation areas of fat and ultrasonography shows hyper echogenecity
from multiple fat and nonfat interfaces within the tumour.
varies, but alteration of endometrial texture or focal increased echogenecity
may be seen.