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MR diagnosis of meniscal tears of the knee: importance of high signal in the meniscus that extends to the surface.
OBJECTIVE The presence of intrameniscal signal in contact with the surface is a commonly used criterion for the diagnosis of meniscal tear. This signal presumably represents the actual tear in theExpand
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Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia: high-resolution CT findings in patients with and without HIV infection.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this essay is to review the spectrum of high-resolution CT findings of Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia in immunocompromised patients with and without HIV infection. Expand
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Dual-energy subtraction chest radiography: what to look for beyond calcified nodules.
Dual-energy subtraction chest radiography is a robust and powerful tool that improves the ability to detect and accurately diagnose a wide variety of thoracic abnormalities on posteroanterior-lateralExpand
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Abdominal hernias: CT findings.
Abdominal hernias remain a common and vexing problem for both clinicians and radiologists. Unlike inguinal hernias, which are usually diagnosed clinically and are amenable to minor surgical repair,Expand
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Conservative vs. invasive treatment of aortocoronary saphenous vein graft aneurysms: Treatment algorithm based upon a large series.
BACKGROUND The development of a saphenous vein graft aneurysm (SVGA) after coronary artery bypass graft surgery is a rare occurrence. There are approximately 60 cases reported in the literature, theExpand
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Diagnosis of partial and complete rotator cuff tears using combined gradient echo and spin echo imaging
Most magnetic resonance (MR) studies evaluating the rotator cuff for tears have used T2-weighted imaging in the coronal oblique and sagittal oblique planes, T2*-weighted gradient echo imaging,Expand
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CT findings of pulmonary nocardiosis.
OBJECTIVE Nocardiosis is an opportunistic infection that primarily affects the lungs. Most infected patients have deficits in cell-mediated immunity such as those with AIDS, transplant recipients,Expand
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Diagnosis of meniscal tears of the knee with MR imaging: effect of observer variation and sample size on sensitivity and specificity.
OBJECTIVE A wide range in the efficacy of MR imaging for the diagnosis of meniscal tears of the knee has been reported. To evaluate two possible causes for this variation, we studied how sensitivityExpand
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Ultrasound imaging as a screening study for malignant soft-tissue tumors.
Fifty patients who had a palpable soft-tissue mass and an apparently normal radiograph were studied with ultrasound imaging before excision or biopsy of the lesion was done. As shown by theExpand
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Inferior vena cava obstruction presenting as an abdominal mass.
Obstruction of the inferior vena cava (IVC) was observed as an abdominal mass on the plain radiograph in an asymptomatic patient. The obstruction had developed immediately below the renal veins, andExpand
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