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After stable mild or severe partial unilateral ureteral obstruction in rats, the ratio of renal dry weight to whole body weight changes in two phases. In a "destructive phase" of two to six weeks, slight weight reduction occurs in the kidneys with mild obstruction and pronounced weight reduction occurs in those with severe obstruction. Then, in a(More)
The temporomandibular joints (TMJs) of 60 patients with arthrographically confirmed internal derangements and 30 volunteers were examined with single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT). Semiquantitative evaluation was done by forming a quotient from the counts of a constantly sized TMJ-ROI relative to the overall counts of the cranium. The(More)
A case of circumscribed intrapulmonary haematoma induced by a balloon-tipped catheter is presented in a 56 year old patient with coronary heart disease. The bleeding site appeared as a pulmonary circular focus or coin-shaped lesion on the chest radiograph. The authors discuss possible causes and risk factors of intrapulmonary haematomas and differential(More)
Thirty-four patients with known Paget's disease were examined by CT in order to characterise the appearances of the bones on transverse sections. The typical findings have been related to their anatomical localisation and frequency. The differential diagnosis from conditions with similar CT appearances, such as osteoplastic metastases, fibrous dysplasia or(More)
SPECT examination of the TMJ using 99m Tc-MDP was performed in 43 patients with arthrographically proven anterior dislocation of the disc and in 30 normals. The results were evaluated visually and also in a semi-quantitative manner that took account of relative 99m Tc activity in the TMJ and of the age of the patient. In the presence of arthrographically(More)
The case of a seventy-year old lady is presented who, forty-five years ago, had dermal tuberculosis of the left lower limb and foot. After removal of the infected skin areas with an electric cauter the patient developed massive skin indurations, besides the typical scarification. Actual X-rays showed a decrease in seize of metatarsal bones and digits(More)
21 patients with suspected, or known, abnormalities of the feet or ankles were examined by magnetic resonance tomography. The indications were: osteochondritis dissecans of the talus (three cases), osteomyelitis (three cases), suspected tumour recurrence (three cases), undiagnosed pain (six cases) and a further miscellaneous six cases. Although most of(More)