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Prominence of the portal veins "star effect"-sometimes seen sonographically with hepatitis. Other sonographic findings: normal appearance, hypoechoic parenchyma (acute), hepatomegaly, or hyperechoic parenchyma (chronic). Vascular Ultrasound, Ultrasound Sonography, 4d Ultrasound, Medical Ultrasound, Sonogram, Burkitt's Lymphoma, Sonography School, Ultrasound Technician, Starry Sky
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Acute hepatitis - starry sky appearance | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Acute hepatitis is a clinical and laboratory diagnosis. Starry sky appearance appears as bright echogenic dots throughout a background of decreased liver parenchymal echogenicit… 
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