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Recent technological developments in multidetector CT allow pancreatic imaging in a single breath-hold, which is especially valuable in obtaining isotropic three-dimensional reformations that improve our ability to provide accurate preoperative vascular mapping. Advanced MR technology allows...
Fourier phase analysis of cardiac cine-MR is feasible and allows the evaluation of ventricular asynergy on the basis of endocardial wall motion.
Congenital absence of the portal vein (CAPV) is a rare anomaly in which the intestinal and splenic venous drainage bypasses the liver and drains into the systemic veins through various venous shunts. In patients with CAPV, the portosystemic shunting causes disruption of the enterohepatic...
SSFSE with short and long TE is useful in the evaluation of cyst and hemangioma of the liver.
Additional early arterial phase imaging did not improve the detection of HCC compared with three-phase CT images, including late arterial, portal venous, and delayed phase imaging.
This case report presents a patient with M4 leukemia with signs and symptoms of acute sensorineural hearing loss. The patient's MRI demonstrated high signal on unenhanced T1-weighted images within the left vestibulocochlear complex that was consistent with subacute hemorrhage. Follow-up MRI...
SPIO-enhanced MRI showed slightly better diagnostic performance than dynamic helical CT for the detection of hypervascular HCCs.
Dynamic study is mandatory in diagnosing ampullary carcinoma, because it can depict most of the tumors, and delayed enhancement of such tumors is characteristic in case of ampullary carcinoma. MRCP can provide reliable information about pancreaticobiliary duct and it can replace diagnostic ERCP.
The prevalence (25.5%) of SLAH on helical CT was higher than that reported on conventional CT; however, metastases only presenting as SLAH were rare (2.2%). For SLAHs larger than 5 mm, careful analysis of CT findings can be helpful to differentiate benign from malignant SLAH.
Although comprehensive renal mass evaluation protocol provides a more thorough patient evaluation, only a small fraction of indeterminate renal masses seen on US are malignant. The authors' results suggest a targeted renal CT imaging protocol for evaluation of indeterminate renal masses...
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