It’s Alive!!! How to Use a Simple Tissue Phantom
to Teach Liver Biopsy, Abscess Drainage, and Percutaneous Cholecystostomy Procedures

Title

It’s Alive!!! How to Use a Simple Tissue Phantom
to Teach Liver Biopsy, Abscess Drainage, and Percutaneous Cholecystostomy Procedures

Date

2015

Format

multimedia

Primary Contact

Hannah Perry (hperry@bidmc.harvard.edu)
Bettina Siewert (bsiewert@bidmc.harvard.edu)
Maryellen Sun (msun@bidmc.harvard.edu)

Project Team

Hannah Perry
Bettina Siewert
Maryellen Sun
Laurie Sammons
Bernadette Kennedy
Michael Larson
Donna Wolfe
Michael Sun
Monica Argawal
Seth Berkowitz
Christine Chen
Rashmi Jayadevan
Jonathan Kim
Quang Nguyen
Patrick Redmond
Samir Shah
Yuri Shif
Jennifer Steinkeler
Jonathan Kruskal
Robert Kane
Other residents and fellows who participated in training

Department

Radiology
Abdominal Imaging / Ultrasound Section

Files

It’sAliveHowToUseASimpleTissuePhantomToTeachLiverBiopsyAbscessDrainageAndPercutaneousCholecystostomyProcedures.pdf
BiopsyClipfasterConverted.mov

Collection

Citation

“It’s Alive!!! How to Use a Simple Tissue Phantom
to Teach Liver Biopsy, Abscess Drainage, and Percutaneous Cholecystostomy Procedures,” BIDMC Silverman Symposium Poster Database, accessed January 19, 2022, https://bidmc.omeka.net/items/show/1486.

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