You may have heard the term FASH exam being thrown around recently. You're probably familiar with the FAST exam for trauma patients. The FASH is also a focused assessment tool using ultrasound, but it is best utilized in a specialized subset of patients. FASH - focused assessment with sonography for HIV-associated tuberculosis - is a quick way to identify extra-pulmonary TB in the absence of other resources.
It is similar to a FAST exam in its methodical approach, but includes cardiac assessment plus the aorta with abdominal and peri-aortic lymph nodes, evaluation for pleural effusion, fluid in Morrison's pouch and the spleno-renal pouch with special attention to splenic and hepatic lesions, as well as the Pouch of Douglas.
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