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Musculo Skeletal, bone, muscle, nerves and other soft tissues | 7.5 Soft tissues
Case 7.5.6 Foreign bodies


Foreign bodies:
Large glassplinter in the upper leg
Foreign bodies:
Glass splinter with a broken tip in a muscle in the upper arm
Foreign bodies:
Thorn in the peroneal tendons only visible with steered beam. The tendons become hypoechoic caused by anisotropy
Foreign bodies:
Broken needle tip
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter with granulation tissue in the subcutaneous tissue
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter with granulation tissue in the subcutaneous tissue
Foreign bodies:
Foreign body (splinter) with inflammatory changes
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter with granulation tissue in the subcutaneous tissue
Foreign bodies:
Multiple glass fragments surrounded by fluid in the subcutaneous tissue
Foreign bodies:
Glass injury with multiple glass fragments intramuscular and subcutaneous
Foreign bodies:
Multiple glass fragments intramuscular
Foreign bodies:
Tiny glass fragments
Foreign bodies:
Tiny glass fragments in the subcutaneous tissue of the face
Foreign bodies:
Multiple foreign bodies. Nylon tube in the sucutaneous tissues
Foreign bodies:
Large glassplinter in the upper leg
Foreign bodies:
Glass splinter with a broken tip in a muscle in the upper arm
Foreign bodies:
Thorn in the peroneal tendons only visible with steered beam. The tendons become hypoechoic caused by anisotropy
Foreign bodies:
Broken needle tip
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter with granulation tissue in the subcutaneous tissue
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter with granulation tissue in the subcutaneous tissue
Foreign bodies:
Foreign body (splinter) with inflammatory changes
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter with granulation tissue in the subcutaneous tissue
Foreign bodies:
Multiple glass fragments surrounded by fluid in the subcutaneous tissue
Foreign bodies:
Glass injury with multiple glass fragments intramuscular and subcutaneous
Foreign bodies:
Multiple glass fragments intramuscular
Foreign bodies:
Tiny glass fragments
Foreign bodies:
Tiny glass fragments in the subcutaneous tissue of the face
Foreign bodies:
Multiple foreign bodies. Nylon tube in the sucutaneous tissues
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