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Constrictive (obliterative) bronchiolitis: diagnosis, etiology, and a critical review of the literature.
- C. Schlesinger, C. A. Meyer, S. Veeraraghavan, M. Koss
- Annals of diagnostic pathology
- 1 October 1998
Reports suggest that constrictive bronchiolitis, as defined by clinical criteria, is very common in lung allograft recipients who survive more than 5 years and, although it is associated with significant mortality, it also can be clinically stable. Expand
Acute traumatic midbrain hemorrhage: experimental and clinical observations with CT.
Experimental findings in a canine model and clinical results indicate that the anterior rostral midbrain is a common site of TBH and appears to arise from sudden craniocaudal displacement of the brain at impact, and survival is unexpected high with this location of traumatic midbrain hemorrhage. Expand
Blunt cardiac rupture: value of contrast-enhanced spiral CT.
The appearance of the lesions and the heterogeneous enhancement were quite consistent with the spectrum of CT findings that has been described, and it is agreed that unless the lesions are peripheral and wedge-shaped, in a clinical setting of suspected disseminated infection, a biopsy is indicated. Expand
Delineation of surgical segmental liver anatomy: value of PRISE, an MR fast-scanning technique.