This course is the continuation of Abdominal Sonography I, with emphasis on recognizing pathologic changes on ultrasound scans of organs in the upper abdomen. Also presented is sonographic imaging of small parts, including but not limited to thyroid, breast, scrotum, prostate, musculoskeletal, and pediatric ultrasound. Lecture time is complemented with hands-on work in the lab. Students actively participate in laboratory scanning, initially observing, then progressively assisting and performing under direct supervision of a clinical instructor. Case studies and imaging critique are addressed throughout the semester. Prerequisites: DMS 200.  Note: For students starting the DMS program effective Fall 2016, the Prerequisites are: DMS 200 and ENG101.