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Continent urinary diversions have recently become the preferred procedures rather than performing an ileal conduit. Intravenous urography, pouchography, and computed tomography scans are frequently used for postoperative evaluation of patients with bladder carcinoma. During postoperative...
The purpose of this pictorial essay is to describe the computed tomography (CT) and clinical findings of the various complications of pyogenic hepatic abscesses. The CT and clinical findings of 81 patients who had a confirmed pyogenic hepatic abscess were analyzed retrospectively. Of the 81...
Computer-aided detection as a first reader in CTC was associated with similar per-polyp and per-patient detection sensitivity to unassisted reading. Computer-aided detection decreased interobserver variability and reduced the time required to detect the first polyp.
Breath-hold MR imaging has an accuracy ranging between 80% and 82% in staging patients with organ-confined renal cell carcinoma, with substantial (90%) agreement between readers.
Magnetic resonance imaging and multidetector-row CT with its multiplanar reconstruction capabilities achieve similar accuracy in tumor staging of renal cell carcinomas.
At CT, corpus luteal cysts are typically less than 3 cm in diameter and are characterized by a thick, crenulated, or hyperdense wall. Recognition of these CT findings should prevent misinterpretation or inappropriate management.
Three case reports illustrating multidetector computed tomography (CT) imaging findings of secondary aortoenteric fistula (AEF) are described and presented in axial sections, multiplanar reformats, and 3-dimensional reconstruction. Fistulae occurred in the early and late postgrafting period and...
Computed tomography (CT) angiography is fast replacing the diagnostic conventional angiography and digital subtraction angiography. A case of a type V portal vein anomaly, which was diagnosed by Doppler ultrasound and confirmed on CT angiography, is presented. Demonstration of the portal vein...
Collagen vascular disease (CVD) can cause a variety of lung abnormalities, including usual interstitial pneumonia, nonspecific interstitial pneumonia, organizing pneumonia, diffuse alveolar damage, lymphoid interstitial pneumonia, bronchiectasis, constrictive bronchiolitis, follicular...
Although fluid in the right pulmonary venous sleeve pericardial recess can mimic adenopathy, this accumulation has a characteristic appearance, and knowledge of this normal variant is useful in preventing misinterpretation.
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