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Spleen
Ali M. Tahvildari, MD
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GROSS ANATOMY

  • Overview

    IMAGING ANATOMY

    • Internal Contents

      ANATOMY IMAGING ISSUES

      • Imaging Recommendations

        • Key Concepts

          EMBRYOLOGY

          • Practical Implications

            Selected References

            1. Calle-Toro JS et al: Liver, spleen, and kidney size in children as measured by ultrasound: a systematic review. J Ultrasound Med. 39(2):223-30, 2020
            2. Chow KU et al: Spleen size is significantly influenced by body height and sex: establishment of normal values for spleen size at US with a cohort of 1200 healthy individuals. Radiology. 279(1):306-13, 2016
            3. Yildiz AE et al: Splenic anomalies of shape, size, and location: pictorial essay. ScientificWorldJournal. 2013:321810, 2013
            4. Benter T et al: Sonography of the spleen. J Ultrasound Med. 30(9):1281-93, 2011
            5. Mustapha Z et al: Sonographic determination of normal spleen size in an adult African population. Eur J Radiol. 75(1):e133-5, 2010
            6. Gillen MA : The spleen. In McGahan JP et al: Diagnostic Ultrasound. 2nd ed. Informa Healthcare. 801-22, 2008
            7. Kim SH et al: Intrapancreatic accessory spleen: findings on MR Imaging, CT, US and scintigraphy, pathologic analysis. Korean J Radiol. 9(2):162-74, 2008
            8. Yetter EM et al: Estimating splenic volume: sonographic measurements correlated with helical CT determination. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 181(6):1615-20, 2003
            9. Applegate KE et al: Situs revisited: imaging of the heterotaxy syndrome. RadioGraphics 19:837-52, 1999
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            GROSS ANATOMY

            • Overview

              IMAGING ANATOMY

              • Internal Contents

                ANATOMY IMAGING ISSUES

                • Imaging Recommendations

                  • Key Concepts

                    EMBRYOLOGY

                    • Practical Implications

                      Selected References

                      1. Calle-Toro JS et al: Liver, spleen, and kidney size in children as measured by ultrasound: a systematic review. J Ultrasound Med. 39(2):223-30, 2020
                      2. Chow KU et al: Spleen size is significantly influenced by body height and sex: establishment of normal values for spleen size at US with a cohort of 1200 healthy individuals. Radiology. 279(1):306-13, 2016
                      3. Yildiz AE et al: Splenic anomalies of shape, size, and location: pictorial essay. ScientificWorldJournal. 2013:321810, 2013
                      4. Benter T et al: Sonography of the spleen. J Ultrasound Med. 30(9):1281-93, 2011
                      5. Mustapha Z et al: Sonographic determination of normal spleen size in an adult African population. Eur J Radiol. 75(1):e133-5, 2010
                      6. Gillen MA : The spleen. In McGahan JP et al: Diagnostic Ultrasound. 2nd ed. Informa Healthcare. 801-22, 2008
                      7. Kim SH et al: Intrapancreatic accessory spleen: findings on MR Imaging, CT, US and scintigraphy, pathologic analysis. Korean J Radiol. 9(2):162-74, 2008
                      8. Yetter EM et al: Estimating splenic volume: sonographic measurements correlated with helical CT determination. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 181(6):1615-20, 2003
                      9. Applegate KE et al: Situs revisited: imaging of the heterotaxy syndrome. RadioGraphics 19:837-52, 1999