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Fat embolism syndrome: State-of-the-art review focused on pulmonary imaging findings.
Combination of the classic clinical syndrome in the appropriate clinical setting, together with the characteristic imaging findings on chest CT, can help to achieve the correct diagnosis of Fat embolism syndrome. Expand
A Case of a Spinal Epidural Capillary Hemangioma: Case Report
Early treatment of this type of lesion in the lower thoracic spine should be advocated to prevent deterioration and permanent neurological deficits. Expand
The Global Spine Care Initiative: classification system for spine-related concerns
An international and interprofessional group developed a comprehensive classification system for all potential presentations of people who may seek care or advice at a spine care program that can be used in the development of a spine Care pathway, in clinical practice, and for research purposes. Expand
Can shape analysis differentiate free-floating internal carotid artery thrombus from atherosclerotic plaque in patients evaluated with CTA for stroke or transient ischemic attack?
This shape "signature" shows potential for supplementing conventional lesion characterization in cases of suspected FFT, and was identified as five quantitative shape descriptors of carotid FFT. Expand
The Pathogenesis, Analysis, and Imaging Methods of Atherosclerotic Disease of the Carotid Artery: Review of the Literature.
The most commonly used methods for CAS imaging are evaluated along with the new and upcoming uses, advantages, and limitations for advanced CAS imaging. Expand
The Global Spine Care Initiative: model of care and implementation
The GSCI proposes an evidence-based, practical, sustainable, and scalable model of care representing eight core principles with a six-step implementation plan to help transform spine care globally, especially in low- and middle-income countries and underserved communities. Expand
MRI of the Brachial Plexus: Modified Imaging Technique Leading to a Better Characterization of Its Anatomy and Pathology
A modified technique is described which led to a substantial decrease in scanning time and to better visualization of all the segments of the brachial plexus from the roots to the branches, in only one or two images, facilitating therefore the understanding of the anatomy and the interpretation of the study. Expand
Neurolymphomatosis of the Brachial Plexus and its Branches: Case Series and Literature Review
Brachial plexus neuropathy in neurolymphomatosis is highly protean in its distribution, semiology and relation to lymphoma staging, and dedicated MRI and PET-CT imaging are leading diagnostic modalities. Expand
Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Differentiation of Osteoporotic Fractures From Neoplastic Metastatic Fractures.
Determining whether a low-intensity vertebral fracture in an older person, particularly one with a history of cancer, is due to osteoporosis (OP) or is the result of a metastasis, is a not infrequentExpand
Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor Presenting with Diffuse Leptomeningeal Involvement in a 55-Year-Old Woman: A Case Report and Brief Summary of Current Diagnostic Tests and Treatment
The case of a central nervous system PNET diagnosed in a 55-year-old woman presenting with a sudden onset of symptoms consisting of increased intracranial pressure and findings of diffuse leptomeningeal enhancement and a small medullary lesion seen on MRI is described. Expand