Bulent Petik

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We sought to evaluate the effects of diabetes on the physical properties of the patellar and quadriceps tendons using radiological techniques. Twenty-seven diabetic and 34 nondiabetic patients with primary osteoarthritis of the right knee were studied. All patients had anteroposterior and lateral knee radiographs. The lengths of the patella and the patellar(More)
PURPOSE The aim of this paper is to summarize imaging findings of some frequent and infrequent inferior vena cava (IVC) anomalies and variations. CONCLUSIONS IVC anomalies should be suspected in patients presenting with pulmonary emboli, chronic pain, and deep vein thrombosis. To correctly characterize and classify IVC anomalies and variations is of(More)
∗ Corresponding author. E-mail address: k.sedat@mynet.com (S. Koroglu). tionally, in short-axis view a mass was visualized invading the pulmonary artery, and continuous wave Doppler of the pulmonary artery revealed a maximum gradient of 40 mmHg. A detailed examination with cardiac magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a multicystic mass in the mediastinum(More)
OBJECTIVE In this article, we aimed to review the computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings of cardiac hydatid disease. CONCLUSIONS Regarding the diagnostic work-up of cardiac hydatid disease, CT and MRI are complimentary techniques. Whereas CT effectively depicts wall calcifications, MRI reveals the exact anatomic location(More)
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