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OMICS Journal of Radiology
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The causes, Pathophysiology and Sonographic evaluation of cirrhosis of Liver

World Congress on Radiology and Oncology

M. Ayub Hussain

New York Career training center, USA

ScientificTracks Abstracts: OMICS J Radiol

DOI: 10.4172/2167-7964-C1-015

It is widely accepted that all over the world chronic liver diseases are occurring due to so many varies causes leading to Liver cirrhosis irrespective of social economic condition. Most of the time it is diagnosed clinically by taking the complete clinical history, physical examination and blood work but with the advanced technology, Ultrasound can be a major screening tool for cirrhosis of liver and its complications. Early diagnosis and periodic follow up with ultrasound may extend the life expectancy in Liver cirrhosis. Do not wait for the biopsy report to be handed for the diagnosis because sensitivity of biopsy is not 100%- rather diagnose based on the sonographic evaluation.

Dr. M Ayub Hussain is a Bangladeshi American. He came to United States of America in 1996 with a big dream. He attended Diagnostic Medical Ultrasonography course in 2003- 2005 and got hired by the school in 2005. Since then he is actively involved in ultrasonography teaching. He was a full time teacher in Sanford Brown Institute since 2005 to 2013, from then to present in New York Medical Career Training Center, New York as a program director of Diagnostic Medical Ultrasonography. He is the one who started the program in this current school. As of now more than 500 students are graduating as sonographers by him, and they are working in New York and other states. Dr. Hussain is a born teacher. He used to teach from his boyhood in school. He served 12 years in his country Bangladesh in a district hospital in different positions. He was awarded by a British Scholarship for higher study in Liverpool University- UK from 1992- 1993. While in USA he found the correct direction to fulfill his dream as a teacher in his profession. He is very dedicated and motivated in his profession. He loves teaching and his main dream is to produce competent sonographers in the health industry. Dr. Hussain’s lectures are available in YouTube and LinkedIn channel. He also created his website: and this is all about ultrasonography.