Report on intraoperative sonography in 257 patients (89 with pancreatic and 67 with liver disease, 24 with vascular surgery and 24 with bile duct disease). Intraoperative sonography was helpful for the detection of tumors not evident by inspection and palpation. In vascular surgery it proved to be an excellent means for quality control. The main problems encountered concerned the evaluation of the bile ducts and of haemodynamically insignificant vessel wall lesions.
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- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging