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Vena cavae, obstruction—Shunt and shunting—Computed tomography.
Prostate, neoplasms—Cancer, staging—Magnetic resonance imaging, techniques.
Liver neoplasms—Contrast media—Magnetic resonance imaging.
As radiologists, we have many options to diagnose vesicouterine fistulas. We present an alternate method of identifying the abnormal communication via CT in addition to the more commonly utilized modalities of urography, cystography, and hysterography.
Knees, wounds and injuries—Joints, knee—Meniscus—Magnetic resonance imaging.
Colon, neoplasms—Liver—Liver, blood supply—Liver, neoplasms—Angiography—Computed tomography.
Sprue—Gastrointestinal tract, diseases—Computed tomography—Intussusception.
Contrast media—Computed totnography, techniques—Computed tomography, spiral.
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