Video clip WB68 showing the FASTVet recommended manner in which to interrogate the CC view.  The urinary bladder is imaged against (kissing) the ventral abdominal wall so that the probe is directed into the CC Pouch.  The urinary bladder is then interrogated by fanning in the longitudinal (or sagittal) orientation.  Note that the urinary bladder wall appears thickened; however, the urinary bladder wall may only be fully assessed in a moderately filled or larger urinary bladder.

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