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Athletic pubalgia and "sports hernia": optimal MR imaging technique and findings.
A large-field-of-view magnetic resonance imaging survey of the pelvis, combined with high-resolution MR imaging of the pubic symphysis, is an excellent means of assessing various causes of athletic pubalgia, providing information about the location of injury, and delineating the severity of disease. Expand
Anterior cruciate ligament ganglia and mucoid degeneration: coexistence and clinical correlation.
Anterior cruciate ligament ganglia and mucoid degeneration commonly coexist on MRI and are typically not associated with ligament instability. Expand
Studies on the spread of local anaesthetic solution in transversus abdominis plane blocks *
The pattern of spread of local anaesthetic differs depending on the site of injection into the transversus abdominis plane, which may have important implications for the extent of analgesia produced with each approach. Expand
Adnexal Torsion
The purpose of this study was to review the clinical, imaging, and pathologic findings associated with adnexal torsion.
The "dependent viscera" sign in CT diagnosis of blunt traumatic diaphragmatic rupture.
The dependent viscera sign increases the detection at CT of acute diaphragmatic rupture after blunt trauma and for the diagnosis of diaphagmatic tear on CT scans. Expand
Spectrum of imaging findings on MRI and CT after uterine artery embolization
The main purpose of this pictorial review is to identify the spectrum of findings on MRI and CT performed after UAE, to illustrate UAE-associated common and uncommonMRI and CT appearances and discuss post-UAE complications that require urgent medical or surgical intervention. Expand
Submucosal fibroids becoming endocavitary following uterine artery embolization: risk assessment by MRI.
Submucosal fibroids with an interface-dimension ratio of greater than 0.55 are more likely to migrate into the endometrial cavity after UAE, which may cause postprocedural complications requiring further intervention and medical treatment. Expand
Abnormalities on MRI of the subscapularis tendon in the presence of a full-thickness supraspinatus tendon tear.
It is indicated that anterior instability may be a more important contributing factor to subscapularis tendon abnormalities than static subcoracoid impingement in the setting of a full-thickness supraspinatus tendon tear. Expand
Simple pancreatic cysts: CT and endosonographic appearances.
The imaging characteristics of simple pancreatic cysts on CT and endosonography are similar to those of benign cysts. Expand
Dilated cisternae chyli: a sign of uncompensated cirrhosis at MR imaging
Dilated CC can be used as a simple and specific sign complimentary to other findings of uncompensated cirrhosis, and has the potential to be a simple diagnostic imaging sign for patients with chronic liver diseases. Expand