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Because of an overwhelming demand for cadaveric livers in the United States that far outstrips supply, living related liver transplantation is increasingly being performed to help treat a cohort of patients with severe end-stage liver disease. This procedure demands careful preoperative...
Among classically affected males and female carriers, renal US and/or MRI abnormalities were detected in 64.5% and 60%, respectively. The occurrence and number of abnormalities increased with age in affected males and female carriers. Cysts, particularly parapelvic cysts, were more common and...
The coexistence of these two neoplasms was not rare. If a dermoid cyst accompanies a multiseptated cyst and if the multiseptal cyst contains fatty foci, these two components may be associated. Recognizing the potential for the coexistence of these two neoplasms in the same ovary is essential for...
The presented MR imaging protocol is robust, provides a high image quality, and is well accepted by patients because of its noninvasiveness.
Acinar cell carcinoma typically presents as a sizable pancreatic mass with a well-defined enhancing capsule and internal calcifications. Significant central hypodensity is frequently present. Recognition of these features can provide clues to the CT diagnosis of ACC.
Delayed contrast-enhanced MR images and T2-weighted images were helpful for detecting subacute and acute bowel ischemia with strangulation, respectively.
Encapsulated fat necrosis is a degenerative process involving various mature adipose tissues. We report on a case of abdominal encapsulated fat necrosis which mimicked abdominal liposarcoma, and we discuss its imaging findings on computed tomography (CT).
After reducing the image number by one half, 2.5-mm thick MIP images using 16-slice MDCT are found to provide satisfactory images, which are comparable to 1.25-mm thick transaxial images for the analysis of subsegmental pulmonary arteries in patients suspected of pulmonary embolism.
Pulmonary hypertension detected by VEC MR imaging can be a risk factor for development of RP in candidates for pulmonary irradiation.
Volumetric expiratory HRCT allows for better identification of the airway conducting to the areas of air trapping compared with noncontiguous images as well as additional findings of diagnostic significance.
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