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EFSUMB EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF SOCIETIES FOR ULTRASOUND IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY ‘Building a European Ultrasound Community’

ATLAS IMAGES / VIDEOS SUBMISSION TEMPLATE This is the template for images for the EFSUMB website Atlas with instructions on how they should be submitted. The following is required to enable us to publish your images. Each image should have a separate template unless there are several images referred to in a single subcategory. CATEGORY (CEUS liver / CEUS non-liver / Elastography): ___________________________________ LEGEND (no more than 10 words): ____________________________________________________ SHORT DESCRIPTION OF CASE (maximum of 500 words): __________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ IMAGE FILES (These can be of any format, preferable uncompressed .TIFF, .BMP, etc.) MEDIA FILES (These can be of any format, preferably .AVI files and will be hosted on YouTube) KEYWORDS (max. 5): ______________________________________________________________ REFERENCES (max. 3, in order of citation showing first author and publication)*: ________________________________________________________________________________ *Cite as per example ‘Dietrich CF et al, Ultraschall Med 2012; 33(4):344-351’ SUBMITTED BY (Please indicate how you would like your title and name to appear): ______________________________________________________________________________ EMAIL CONTACT: _______________________________________________________________________________ Instructions for authors General: The Atlas Library is an online-only supplement dedicated entirely to ultrasound images, initially intended to accompany the CEUS Liver, CEUS Non Liver and Elastography Guidelines. Images/ Videos appearing in this section are freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication at http://www.efsumb.atlas.org with a tag to the EFSUMB Atlas website. Copyright: Original images should be submitted (with patient’s identity removed) but if an image has been previously published the responsibility is on the authors to ask the publishers for permission to use it. As with other information on the EFSUMB website, EFSUMB is the owner or the licensee of all intellectual property rights in our website, and in the material published on it. However, the material may be utilised for academic teaching and non profit purposes provided that EFSUMB is acknowledged as the source of the material.

Submission: Images / Movies are submitted via Dropbox or Mailbigfile in a single directory. Format: Images should not contain more information than listed above, while formats like DICOM should be avoided. Text: The text should not be subdivided and should include the key point of the image.


CEUS LIVER GUIDELINES - Focal liver lesions in the noncirrhotic liver - - Benign liver lesions - - - Hemangioma - - - Focal nodular Hyperplasia - - - Hepatocellular adenoma - - - Focal fatty lesions - - - Rare lesions - - Malignant liver lesions - - - Metastases - - - Hepatocellular carcinoma - - - Cholangiocellular carcinoma - - - Lymphoma - - - Rare lesions - Focal liver lesions in the cirrhotic liver - - Benign liver lesions - - - Regenerative nodule Âą dysplasia - - - Hemangioma - - - Rare lesions - - Malignant liver lesions - - - Hepatocellular carcinoma - - - Cholangiocellular carcinoma - - - Metastases - - - Rare lesions CEUS NON LIVER GUIDELINES - Pediatrics - Pancreas

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________________ - - Pancreatic Mass - - - Neuroendocrine tumors - - - Adenocarcinoma - - - Mucin producing cystic tumors - - - Serous cystadenoma - - - Pseudocysts - - Pancreatitis - - - Acute - - - Chronic - - - Autoimmune

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- Endoscopic - - Low MI - - - Pancreatic adenocarcinoma - - - Chronic pancreatitis - - - Cystic tumors - - - Pseudocysts - - - Autoimmune pancreatitis - - High MI

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- - - Pancreatic adenocarcinoma - - - Chronic pancreatitis - - - Cystic tumors - - - Pseudocysts - - - Autoimmune pancreatitis - Gastrointestinal Tract - - Inflammatory bowel disease - Spleen - - Diffuse lesions - - Focal lesions - Kidney - - Renal ischemia - - Renal artery stenosis - - Renal focal lesions - Vesicoureteral reflux - Scrotum - - Torsion of the spermatic cord - - Segmental infarction - - Trauma - - Inflammation - - Tumors and cysts - Abdominal trauma - Lung and pleura - - Pneumonia - - Pulmonary embolism - - Pulmonary carcinoma and metastasis - - Atelectasis - Vascular - - Carotid artery - - - Stenosis - - - Carotid stenting - - - Dissection - - - Complication after vascular intervention - - - Plaque characterisation - - Abdominal aortic aneurysms - - - Aortic dissections - - - Aortic aneurysm - - - Endoleaks - Cerebral - - Vascular imaging - - Carotid artery stenosis - - Stroke patients - Joint Diseases - - Arthritis and synovitis - - Synnovial pannus - - Bursae and tendons - Intracavitary - - Tubal patency

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- - Hepatic hydrothorax - - Bile ducts - - Salivary glands - - Fistula - - Other

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- - Benign - - Malignant

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- Lymph Nodes

- Breast - Adrenals - Other - - Tumor response - - Gynecology - - Perineum - - Urinary bladder - - Transplanted kidney - - Prostate - - Aorto-caval fistula - - Free tissue transplants - - Extrahepatic biliary systems - - Renal failure ELASTOGRAPHY - Liver (staging in diffuse liver disease) - - Strain elastography - - Transient Elastography (Fibroscan) - - pSWE (ARFI shear wave speed quantification) - - 2D-SWE (2D shear wave elastography) - Breast - - Strain elastography - - pSWE - - 2D-SWE - Thyroid - - Strain elastography - - pSWE - - 2D-SWE - Gastrointestinal Tract - - Strain elastography - - Strain rate - - Transrectal Ultrasonography (TRUS) - Prostate - - Strain elastography - - 2D-SWE - Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) Elastography - - Pancreas - - Lymph-nodes - - Subepithelial and Epithelial Gastrointestinal Tumors - Musculoskeletal

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- - Strain elastography - - Power Doppler - Other organs - Future perspectives

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HOW TO SEND YOUR DATA TO EFSUMB

MAILBIGFILE To send your completed submission templates, images and videos, please group them and save them ZIPPED in a clearly labelled folder and visit http://www.efsumb.org/bigmailfile/index.asp to send your folder directly to EFSUMB. Please do not send individual files as it is important all data for each individual entry into the Atlas is retained together to avoid confusion.

DROPBOX If you wish to upload your data entries to EFSUMB via our shared DROPBOX, please email the EFSUMB webmaster at EFSUMB@kosmos-design.co.uk to request a sharing invite. Please group all completed submission templates, images and videos and save them ZIPPED in a clearly labelled folder. Once you receive your invitation from EFSUMB to join the Dropbox you can easily upload the ZIPPED folder to the Dropbox.

IMAGE / VIDEO FORMAT ACCEPTED The database system accepts GIF and JPEG only but we can process most image formats you send e.g. JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, PSD, TIFF to produce the files ready for online viewing. Please send the maximum size possible so we can use the best quality images. For video formats, please send any video files you have and we will convert them and upload to the EFSUMB YouTube channel for use within the Atlas.

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