F Dubruque

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Duodenal lipoma is a rare, often asymptomatic tumor; the circumstances of its discovery have become more frequent as CT examinations are more commonly performed. The merits of a CT examination for this condition is to allow both a positive diagnosis and the follow-up of these fatty tumors which have very few clinical expressions, thus avoiding complementary(More)
Leiomyosarcoma of the stomach is an unfrequent tumor, for which the prognosis is better than for cancer of the stomach. Its development is often subserosal, thus explaining its clinical latency and its large volume at the time of diagnosis. While many publications report about the merits of conventional imaging for this type of pathology, few authors have(More)
In a comparative study of 18 cases of tongue cancer examined with ultrasonography, computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the authors assess the advantages and disadvantages of each technique. MRI seems to be more effective for the detection of small lesions, the examination of the mobile part of the tongue, in case of dental(More)
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