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The combination of EBT three-dimensional reconstruction and flow study can be more effectively performed in the assessment of CABG anatomy and quantification of patent CABG flow.
Because of its wide field of view and imaging, which is not restricted by associated anomalies, a thorough understanding of the cardiovascular anatomy of the situs ambiguous can be achieved using MRI, which is of considerable value in the surgical correction of this complicated anomaly. MRI can...
A significant difference is demonstrated between 3D MR angiography and spin-echo MR imaging in identifying normal pulmonary veins. MR angiography provides a complete view of normal pulmonary venous anatomy and could be a valuable tool for the assessment of abnormal pulmonary venous drainage.
We report a case of a 43-year-old male patient with an atypical nonobstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and a calcified left ventricular thrombus, and present results of multislice computed tomography (MSCT) using retrospective electrocardiograph gating, which is a new modality in cardiac...
Typical CT findings of active postprimary pulmonary tuberculosis include centrilobular nodules and branching linear structures (tree-in-bud appearance), lobular consolidation, cavitation, and bronchial wall thickening. The CT findings of inactive pulmonary tuberculosis include calcified nodules...
Advanced liver disease and portal hypertension may produce various intrathoracic complications that involve the pleural space, lung parenchyma, and pulmonary circulation. Dyspnea and arterial hypoxemia are the common clinical symptoms and signs in patients with such complications. In these...
The greater the severity score of pulmonary fibrosis, the larger the total number of enlarged L/Ns. Those patients with more GGO had larger lymph nodes.
Extrathoracic metastases were apparent at the initial examination in 13% of patients and at the 1-year follow-up examination in 11% of patients. The prevalence is significantly lower in tumors with ground-glass opacity.
Brain activation associated with covert verb generation was studied in a right-handed patient with an asymptomatic left frontal schizencephaly by functional magnetic resonance imaging. Activation of the dysplastic neuronal tissue lining the cleft and the adjacent cortex was found, indicating...
The diffusion-weighted (DW) magnetic resonance (MR) imaging findings of a patient with subacute stage of heroin-induced vacuolating myelinopathy are reported. The diffuse decrease of apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) of the white matter on DW imaging is attributed to restricted water...
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