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Helical CT evaluation of the abdomen and pelvis can be challenging in the cancer patient. This pictorial essay illustrates the important sites of neoplastic dissemination in the abdomen and pelvis. We will emphasize the classic CT appearance of several selected sites and indicate, where...
Because of its direct multiplanar capability, superb soft tissue contrast and ability to obtain dynamic three-dimensional angiograms using contrast agents without nephrotoxicity, magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and magnetic resonance angiography are ideal techniques for evaluating renal...
Among the three modalities tested, MRI with half-Fourier RARE sequence was the most accurate for diagnosing ADM.
The cause of pseudolesions depicted as intracaval fat masses on CT is likely secondary to morphologic changes in the liver such as cirrhosis.
Images of the dog abdomen with the world's first ultra high field 8 T magnet show robust image quality and excellent spatial resolution. Image contrast is greatest on the RARE sequence, and susceptibility artifact is strongest on the GRE sequence.
Planar virtual pathology (PVP) is an isometric rendering method for examining the CT colonography dataset, which renders the colon in discrete colonic segments. Ten patients with 36 polyps were evaluated using traditional 2D axial, 2D multiplanar reformatted, and 3D endoluminal images as well as...
Conjoined twins, though uncommon, continue to present some of the most challenging questions for current diagnosis and therapy. The myriad of presentations demands a thorough multisystemic imaging evaluation before fully informed therapeutic and ethical decisions can be made. We present an...
A 21-year-old man with a history of tuberous sclerosis and hematuria was found to have multiple renal angiomyolipomas and a highly malignant epithelioid renal angiomyolipoma. Radiologic and pathologic findings are described.
An auxiliary CT tabletop was designed and manufactured such that radiographic images might be acquired, with use of a ceiling-mounted X-ray tube, without removing the patient from the CT table. The tabletop required no modifications to the original CT table housing and did not produce artifacts...
The identification of fat within a focal or diffuse mediastinal lesion significantly narrows the differential diagnosis. In many cases, a specific diagnosis can be suggested on the basis of CT findings. In this article, we illustrate and review the characteristic CT features of common and...
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