Cynthia S Sherry

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Giant cell tumor of the tendon sheath (GCTTS) is a benign condition that involves the synovium of the tendon sheaths. Histologically, GCTTS is similar to pigmented villonodular synovitis. The MRI findings in two cases of GCTTS are reported. In both cases, predominantly low signal is seen on T1-weighted, proton density weighted, and T2-weighted images. This(More)
PURPOSE To define the characteristics of chondroblastoma at magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and the combination of findings that are diagnostic for chondroblastoma. MATERIALS AND METHODS From January 1987 through December 1992, 22 patients with histologically confirmed chondroblastoma and prior MR imaging examinations were seen. Patients included 16 men(More)
Evaluation of spinal disorders by magnetic resonance (MR) imaging is facilitated by the availability of images in multiple angles and views. Imaging in multiple angles is practically limited, however, by clinically prohibitive scan times, if separate acquisitions are necessary for each angle. Thin slices (0.8 mm) without interslice gaps are acquired with a(More)
The annual ACR Forum brings together a multidisciplinary group to discuss a topic of present and future importance to radiologists. The 2010 gathering was dedicated to radiologist-hospital relationships. This article summarizes the conversations and details the advice of attendees to the ACR as to what actions might best benefit radiologists and the(More)
A 29-year-old nulliparous woman had development of hypertension, proteinuria, and congestive heart failure during the third trimester of her pregnancy. Her symptoms and cardiovascular changes were consistent with congestive heart failure and severe preeclampsia. The underlying pathophysiology was believed to be caused by the high-output state of pregnancy(More)
Aneurysm formation may complicate aortocoronary saphenous vein bypass grafts. Because of multiplanar imaging capabilities and the potential for flow evaluation, magnetic resonance (MR) is useful as a noninvasive diagnostic technique. Two cases of pseudoaneurysm formation were evaluated by MR and demonstrate the clinical value of this modality.
An ACR task force investigated the changing roles of general and subspecialized radiologists in current academic and private practice settings. The task force considered historical factors that influenced the evolution of current practice models and evaluated recent socioeconomic trends that will influence the future of radiology practices. The task force(More)