Once we're finished with the right upper quadrant, we can move to the left upper quadrant. The indicator is kept towards the patient's head with the probe placed on the patient's left plank. This will similarly give a Coronal view. It appears quite similar to what we see in the right upper quadrant. However, the face of the probe is to the patient's left.
Here we see the Spleen, Kidney, Diaphragm, indicator to the patient's head and we want to interrogate for fluid between the Kidney and Spleen, also down at the tip of the Spleen or over the top of the Spleen.