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The spectrum of venous collateral formations as seen on thoracoabdominal CT scans often includes collaterals at or below the level of the diaphragm, including intrahepatic shunts. Many collateral patterns found in this series could not be classified with the existent classification scheme.
A layer of low attenuation in the parietal pleural peel may be due to different episodes of infection. The extrapleural space with intermediate attenuation may indicate ongoing inflammation. Linear soft tissue attenuation interrupting the extrapleural fat represents a fibrous layer rather than...
Radiographically evident PEs are uncommonly observed following EIS and appear to be more common in patients receiving a higher volume of liquid acrylate. Affected patients were either mildly symptomatic or asymptomatic, and there were no direct fatalities of this complication.
Patients with AIP have a greater prevalence of honeycombing and are more likely to have a symmetric bilateral distribution and a lower lung zone predominance than patients with ARDS. However, significant overlap exists among the CT findings.
Pulmonary vein stenosis is one of the frequent complications after radiofrequency ablation for atrial fibrillation. MRI plays an important role in depicting the pathoanatomic structure of the pulmonary veins, and measuring the blood flow velocity in the pulmonary veins before and after therapy,...
Observation of the interface vessels between the uterus and juxtauterine masses seems to be a useful clue in differentiating subserosal myomas from extrauterine tumors.
Functional CT demonstrated an acute hyperemic response following RT to the prostate gland.
Splenic vein thrombosis (19%) and splenic infarction (7%) are relatively common CT findings in association with acute pancreatitis. The CTSI proves to be accurate in predicting these complications as there is a statistically significant correlation between the prevalence of these...
The HASTE sequence generates high contrast images and is free of motion and chemical shift artifacts, with much better time efficacy. The sequence provides comparable diagnostic information to TSE sequences.
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