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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 16: Epigastric window for the pancreas. Often the pancreas is obscured by gastric air. Air impedes sound waves, hence visualization becomes difficult. To overcome this, the patient is made to drink water before the scan and often asked to "blow-out" their abdomen, these two techniques aid in imaging the pancreas

Figure 16: Epigastric window for the pancreas. Often the pancreas is obscured by gastric air. Air impedes sound waves, hence visualization becomes difficult. To overcome this, the patient is made to drink water before the scan and often asked to