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Ischiofemoral impingement syndrome: a meta-analysis
- A. Singer, T. Subhawong, J. Jose, Jonathan M Tresley, P. Clifford
- Skeletal Radiology
- 13 February 2015
Using the proposed measurement thresholds for radiologic diagnosis based on a meta-analysis of the literature may better identify patients with this impingement syndrome so that optimal treatment options can be pursued. Expand
Perineural spread in head and neck malignancies: clinical significance and evaluation with 18F-FDG PET/CT.
- Fabio M Paes, A. Singer, A. Checkver, Ricardo Palmquist, G. de la Vega, C. Sidani
- Radiographics : a review publication of the…
- 1 October 2013
If FDG PET/CT findings suggest perineural spread, the radiologist should look at available results of other imaging studies, especially magnetic resonance imaging, to confirm the diagnosis. Expand
ACR Appropriateness Criteria head trauma--child.
- Maura E. Ryan, S. Palasis, +17 authors B. Coley
- Journal of the American College of Radiology…
- 1 October 2014
MRI may be helpful in patients with suspected nonaccidental trauma, with which axonal shear injury and ischemia are more common and documentation is critical, as well as in those whose clinical status is discordant with CT findings, but data are currently insufficient to support routine clinical use. Expand
Ischiofemoral impingement and the utility of full-range-of-motion magnetic resonance imaging in its detection.
- A. Singer, P. Clifford, Jonathan M Tresley, J. Jose, T. Subhawong
- American journal of orthopedics
- 1 December 2014
An example of how range-of-motion MRI can improve diagnostic accuracy is provided and the need for an expanded definition of the impingement criteria is proposed. Expand
Benign and malignant tumors of the foot and ankle
In this review, multiple examples of osseous and soft tissue tumors of the foot and ankle will be presented and the compartmental anatomy of the body will be discussed in terms of its relevance for percutaneous biopsy planning and eventual surgery. Expand
Pulmonary embolism following 2-octyl-cyanoacrylate/lipiodol injection for obliteration of gastric varices: an imaging perspective.
- A. Singer, G. Fananapazir, F. Maufa, S. Narra, Susan A. Ascher
- Journal of radiology case reports
- 14 February 2012
A patient who became febrile and tachycardic following sclerotherapy and subsequently had an abnormal chest radiograph that prompted further evaluation for pulmonary embolization of the sclerosant is described. Expand
The histological variants of liposarcoma: predictive MRI findings with prognostic implications, management, follow-up, and differential diagnosis
The liposarcoma subtypes and their histologic and MRI findings, prognostic implications, and differential diagnostic considerations are reviewed. Expand
Volumetric segmentation of ADC maps and utility of standard deviation as measure of tumor heterogeneity in soft tissue tumors.
Mean ADC of STMs can be determined by volumetric quantification with high interobserver agreement and merits further investigation as a potential imaging biomarker that complements other functional magnetic resonance imaging parameters. Expand
Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction tunnel size: causes of tunnel enlargement and implications for single versus two-stage revision reconstruction
Tunnel size for ACL reconstruction and implications for single-stage versus two-stage revision ACL reconstruction will be discussed, as well as causes of tunnel enlargement, including mechanical and biological factors. Expand
Incidence of tendon entrapment and dislocation with calcaneus and pilon fractures on CT examination
Approximately 25 % of calcaneal and pilon fractures were retrospectively identified to contain posteromedial tendon entrapment or superior peroneal retinacular injury and radiologists should meticulously search for such injuries, particularly when analyzing multifragmentary and multiple fractures. Expand