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From the archives of the AFIP: imaging of primary chondrosarcoma: radiologic-pathologic correlation.
Chondrosarcoma is a malignant tumor that produces cartilage matrix, and lesions that arise de novo are called primary. Primary chondrosarcoma is the third most common primary malignant tumor of bone,Expand
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Self-management education and regular practitioner review for adults with asthma.
BACKGROUND A key component of many asthma management guidelines is the recommendation for patient education and regular medical review. A number of controlled trials have been conducted to measureExpand
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MR imaging of clinically suspected scaphoid fractures.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to evaluate the usefulness of MR imaging in revealing occult fractures in patients with clinically suspected acute scaphoid fractures who have normal orExpand
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Radiologic and clinical spectrum of occipital condyle fractures: retrospective review of 107 consecutive fractures in 95 patients.
OBJECTIVE We proposed to characterize the radiologic spectrum of occipital condyle fractures in a large series of patients and to correlate fracture pathology with neurosurgical treatment and patientExpand
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Determining growth rates of focal lesions of bone from radiographs.
Rate of growth divides focal lesions of bone into two classes which are largely mutually exclusive. Not all focal lesions require biopsy, and grading is especially helpful in deciding which should beExpand
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Chondromyxoid fibroma: radiographic appearance in 38 cases and in a review of the literature.
Thirty-eight cases of histologically confirmed chondromyxoid fibroma were reviewed and their radiographic features recorded. These findings, coupled with a review of the English-language medicalExpand
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Endemic fluorosis of the skeleton: radiographic features in 127 patients.
OBJECTIVE A wide range of radiographic appearances have been reported in skeletal fluorosis, but little has been written about the spectrum of radiographic features. We evaluated the spectrum ofExpand
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Transient osteoporosis: transient bone marrow edema?
Ten patients with debilitating hip or knee pain were examined with magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. All had conventional radiographs that were either normal or showed nonspecific osteopenia. NineExpand
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Usefulness of turbo spin-echo MR imaging in the evaluation of meniscal tears: comparison with a conventional spin-echo sequence.
OBJECTIVE Fast (turbo) spin-echo imaging techniques have replaced conventional spin-echo protocols in a large proportion of MR applications, with the principle advantage of decreased imaging time.Expand
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Radiologic spectrum of craniocervical distraction injuries.
Injuries to the atlanto-occipital region, which range from complete atlanto-occipital or atlantoaxial dislocation to nondisplaced occipital condyle avulsion fractures, are usually of criticalExpand
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