B S Braitman

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Clinical examinations with the whole body CT scanner require considerable individualization of examination technique in relation to specific organs, anatomic areas, and clinical problems. Careful selection of radiographic factors, patient position, contrast agents, and pharmacologic adjuncts will optimize diagnostic results and patient throughput.
Sequential gray-scale sonograms were obtained during 20 menstrual cycles in 16 normal female volunteers. Hormonal and physical parameters of an ovulatory cycle were correlated with morphological changes in the ovaries, uterus, and cul-de-sac as seen on the sonogram. Ovarian cysts of two sizes were observed, corresponding chronologically and morphologically(More)
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