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Imaging evaluation to determine the status of pelvic lymph nodes has yet to attain benchmark status clinically. On one hand, pelvic lymphatic drainage is complex and varies depending on the types and locations of primary tumors. On the other hand, current imaging techniques still have the...
Congenital malformations of the lung are a group of diverse, yet related, abnormalities which may involve the lung parenchyma, pulmonary vasculature, or a combination of both. They may be detected in fetal life, produce severe symptoms during infancy, or may not manifest symptomatically until...
Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the commonest infectious diseases in the developing countries with rising incidence seen due to HIV and AIDS. Pulmonary tuberculosis is the commonest form seen. Renal Tuberculosis is the most common extrapulmonary form. There are no specific clinical symptoms...
The purpose of this article is to review the current image study of articular cartilage in China, the conventional and new MRI sequences to be used in cartilage, the clinical application of MRI, Our team’s achievements, and future directions and developments in cartilage imaging. In conclusion,...
Obstructive jaundice which is caused by bile duct obstruction can be clinically and biochemically indistinguishable from cholestatic jaundice caused by hepatocellular disease. The management of both these conditions being radically different, the principle task of the radiologist is to...
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