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Sun, 23 Nov 2014
The emergency room diagnosis of gastrointestinal tract perforation: the role of CT

Abstract Computed tomography (CT) plays an important role in the evaluation of patients presenting to the emergency department with a suspected spontaneous gastrointestinal tract (GIT) perforation. Prospective identification of the site of perforation helps the emergency department physician plan the appropriate treatment in a potentially unstable patient. The purpose of this pictorial essay is to review the CT approach a radiologist should take when evaluating the patient with suspected perforation in the emergent setting. A series of patients presenting to the emergency department with surgically proven GIT perforations were retrospectively reviewed, and key images were obtained. For the purposes of this review, the anatomy of the abdominal cavity in relation to sites of GIT per...

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Sun, 23 Nov 2014
Non-invasive diagnosis of intracranial aneurysms

Publication date: Available online 22 November 2014 Source:Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging Author(s): C. Rodriguez-Régent , M. Edjlali-Goujon , D. Trystram , G. Boulouis , W. Ben Hassen , S. Godon-Hardy , F. Nataf , A. Machet , L. Legrand , A. Ladoux , C. Mellerio , R. Souillard-Scemama , C. Oppenheim , J.-F. Meder , O. Naggara Patients need to be examined for intracranial aneurysms if they have had a subarachnoid hemorrhage. The preferred technique in this situation is CT angiography. Screening can be done for familial forms or for elastic tissue disorders, for which the first line investigation is magnetic resonance angiography. These non-invasive methods have now taken over from conventional angiography that was reserved for the pretreatment phase. A good technical knowledge of...

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Sun, 23 Nov 2014
Diagnostic accuracy of contrast enhancement MRI versus CTA in diagnosis of intracranial aneurysm in patients with non-traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage

Conclusion The diagnostic performance of CEMRA does not significantly differ from that of CTA in patients presenting with SAH. (Source: The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine)

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Sun, 23 Nov 2014
The value of diffusion weighted MR imaging in T staging and correlation with histologic grading in urinary bladder cancer

Conclusion Accurate predictions for T staging of urinary bladder carcinoma can be made by means of DWI and ADC quantification. ADC value is a beneficial method for providing information about grade of bladder carcinomas. (Source: The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine)

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Sun, 23 Nov 2014
Multiple bilateral huge synchronous ovarian mature cystic teratomas: A rarely encountered condition in practice

Publication date: Available online 21 November 2014 Source:The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Author(s): Ahmed Samy El-agwany , Ayat Samir Abel Moneim Teratomas account for 15% of all ovarian tumors, and 95% are dermoids. In the reproductive period, they constitute 43–70% of all benign ovarian neoplasms, with their highest frequency in adolescents. They are bilateral in up to 15% of cases. A 35year old multiparous female with three living children and history of previous III cesarean sections, presented with lower abdominal pain. Ultrasound revealed bilateral ovarian dermoid cysts. After laparotomy, we found two dermoid cysts on the left side and two dermoid cysts on the right side of variable sizes, which is a rare condition. All the dermoid cysts were enucleated w...

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Sat, 22 Nov 2014
Literature Reviews

No abstract available (Source: Ultrasound Quarterly)

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Sat, 22 Nov 2014
Not All Radiopaque Foreign Bodies Shadow on Ultrasound: Unexpected Sonographic Appearance of a Radiopaque Magnet

This report discusses the underlying factors for the different sonographic appearances and associated ultrasound artifacts of foreign bodies. This knowledge is important when performing sonography as adjunct modality for identification of foreign bodies in the gastrointestinal tract. (Source: Ultrasound Quarterly)

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Sat, 22 Nov 2014
Ultrasound-Guided Lung Recruitment in a 3-Month-Old Infant With Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

We report a case of US-guided lung recruitment procedure applied in an infant with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome and advocate that the lung US-guided RM in infants is a feasible and safe procedure. (Source: Ultrasound Quarterly)

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Sat, 22 Nov 2014
Ultrasonography-Guided Radiofrequency Ablation of Malignant Musculoskeletal Soft-Tissue Tumors Using the “Moving-Shot” Technique at a Single-Institution Experience

Abstract: The present study describes the use of the “moving-shot” technique for successful radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of malignant musculoskeletal soft-tissue tumors. Ultrasonography-guided RFA was performed in 6 malignant soft-tissue tumors in 5 patients. Short-term follow-up after RFA (8–27 weeks) showed that complete necrosis was achieved in all lesions, and 5 lesions (83%) decreased in size. Discomfort caused by the tumors decreased subjectively in all patients after ablation. Our results indicate that ultrasonography-guided RFA using the moving-shot technique can be an effective treatment option for locoregional control of malignant soft-tissue tumors. Long-term follow-up studies with a larger number of patients are necessary. (Source: Ultrasound Quarterly)

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Sat, 22 Nov 2014
Hyperechoic and Hypoechoic Hepatic Hemangiomas Smaller Than 3 cm Seldom Coexist

Conclusions: Hyperechoic and hypoechoic hemangiomas rarely coexist in the liver. In the event that hypoechoic and hyperechoic lesions are simultaneously found in the liver, CT, MRI, or contrast-enhanced US should be performed for a definitive diagnosis. (Source: Ultrasound Quarterly)

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