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In unilateral diseases of the chest accompanied by either volume loss or expansion there is mediastinal shift and mediastinal “herniation‘’ of one lung into the opposite hemithorax. This may also be accompanied by changes in the size of the hemithoraces. Although early detection of these changes...
We sought to assess with MR the focal bone marrow abnormalities in patients with chronic marrow disorders and acute limb pain.
The authors present sliding thin-slab maximum intensity projection (STS-MIP) as a technique for improved visualization of blood vessels and airways from rapidly acquired thin-section CT data. The STS-MIP reconstructions can be computed rapidly and without operator intervention directly from the...
The purpose of this study is to report the spectrum of MR findings of pancreatic islet cell carcinoma.
To evaluate the spectrum of pelvic CT findings in patients who have had radical prostatectomy, we retrospectively evaluated the pelvic CT of 17 patients after surgery for prostate cancer. All patients were thought to be clinically free of local recurrence of carcinoma.
To identify the source of metallic artifacts observed on cervical spine MR studies following anterior cervical diskectomy and fusion (ACD&F), preoperative and postoperative MR studies were done on cadavers using standard spin echo Tl, T2, and GRASS imaging.
Seventeen knees in 13 patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) were studied with MRI to clarify the dynamics of Gd-DTPA administered intravenously and to determine an optimal imaging time.
Two-dimensional time-of-fight MR angiography was done with a 1.0 T whole-body imaging system.
Portal venous barium and air intravasation occurred during an air contrast enema in a man with ulcerative colitis. Abdominal plain radiography and CT subsequently showed increased hepatic density. Computed tomography also showed colonic intramural and pericolic nodal or venous barium, increased...
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