Erondu Okechukwu Felix, Benson S, Ohuegbe C
Diagnostic imaging is an important tool in the work up of patients with suspected superficial masses. The likelihood of difficulties when such masses are located in obscure positions is a practical reality. It is well documented that Ultrasound plays a pivotal role in such circumstances. Improvements in digital Ultrasound technology, specialized high resolution multi frequency probes and use of Doppler techniques combine to make Ultrasound a modality of choice in the screening and assessment of superficial masses in obscure locations.
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