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Diagnostic and prognostic role of MRI in spinal trauma, its comparison and correlation with clinical profile and neurological outcome, according to ASIA impairment scale
It is demonstrated that patients with presence of sizable focus of haemorrhage had larger cord edema and more severe grade of initial ASIA impairment scale( AIS) with poor recovery at follow up, and MRI is useful for initial diagnosis of acute spinal cord injury and its prognostication for predicting neurological recovery. Expand
Radiologic and pathologic correlation of aneurysmal bone cysts at unusual sites.
Four cases of ABC at unusual sites namely the calcaneum, mandible, femur and clavicle diagnosed primarily on the basis of different imaging modalities and later confirmed on histopathology are reported. Expand
Diagnostic role of magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography in evaluation of obstructive biliopathies and correlating it with final diagnosis and clinical profile of patients
MRCP is a safe ionizing radiation and iodinated contrast free modality which has the ability to display the biliary tree by combining the advantages of projectional and cross-sectional imaging. Expand
Diagnostic dilemma in a neglected case of fetus-in-fetu solved with Magnetic Resonance Imaging and MDCT--a case report and review of literature.
A case of fetus-in-fetu in which characteristic MDCT and MR findings were used to diagnose FIF preoperatively and successfully differentiate it from teratoma is presented and it is emphasized that MRI is an ideal valuable diagnostic tool for definite preoperative diagnosis of FIF and surgical planning. Expand
Macrodystrophia Lipomatosa: Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation
A case of Macrodystrophia lipomatosa, with altered soft tissue growth due to an earlier surgery, making clinical diagnosis difficult is reported, but with a complete radio-clinical work-up and review of the history, a provisional diagnosis of MDL was made. Expand
Primary renal hydatidosis with associated macroscopic hydatiduria – a computed tomography urography diagnosis with pathological confirmation
An exceptionally rare case of primary renal hydatidosis associated with the rupture of the cyst into the pelvicalyceal system diagnosed primarily on the basis of computed tomography urography is reported. Expand
Ossifying Fibroma of the Ethmoid Sinuses: Rare Scenarios
Physical examination showed inferolateral nonaxial proptosis of right eye and Histopathology showed a well-circumscribed fibroosseous lesion consisting of many acellular, basophilic spherical ossicle with presence of some focal areas of ossicles resembling psammoma bodies. Expand
Thalamic mixed germ cell tumor: A case report