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Which two sonographic findings are most consistently described in HIV-associated tuberculosis:
Positive FASH findings have been found to correlate with extra-pulmonary tuberculosis in both HIV-positive and HIV-negative patients.
An HIV-positive patient with sonographic signs of extrapulmonary tuberculosis detected by the FASH exam will always have a positive chest x-ray. True or False?
The FASH exam evaluates for the following sonographic signs, which may be seen in HIV-positive patients with extra-pulmonary tuberculosis (mark all that apply):
What structures are the arrows pointing to in this image?
What pathology is seen in this image:
What is seen in this left-upper quadrant view?
Which of the following statements best describes the spleen images displayed?
Splenic microabscesses, such as those pictured, have been described:
Positive FASH findings have been found to correlate with extra-pulmonary tuberculosis in both HIV-positive and HIV-negative patients. True or False?