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Uterine arterial embolization for the management of leiomyomas: quality-of-life assessment and clinical response.
PURPOSE To determine the effectiveness of uterine arterial embolization as a primary therapy in the management of symptomatic leiomyomas. MATERIALS AND METHODS Uterine arterial embolization was… Expand
Persistent descending mesocolon.
The entity, persistent descending mesocolon, although commonly known to European radiologists and frequently noted in their literature, has not previously been discussed in the American radiologic… Expand
Labyrinthine ossification: etiologies and CT findings.
Ossification of the membranous labyrinth (labyrinthitis ossificans) develops as the final result of many inflammatory processes, for example, meningitis, blood-borne septic emboli, middle ear… Expand
Diagnosis of lower limb venous thrombosis by Doppler ultrasound technique.
By using an ultrasonic Doppler blood velocity detector and manual compression of tissues at various levels to determine abnormalities of flow in femoral, popliteal, and posterior tibial veins,… Expand
Cochlear otosclerosis (otospongiosis): CT analysis with audiometric correlation.
- J. Swartz, D. W. Mandell, S. E. Berman, R. Wolfson, F. Marlowe, G. Popky
- 1 April 1985
Ninety patients who had suspected or confirmed fenestral or cochlear otosclerosis underwent CT examination. Foci of demineralization in the otic capsule were discovered in 20 ears (12 patients).… Expand
High-resolution computed tomographic appearance of the intrasellar contents in women of childbearing age.
Our experience with high-resolution computed tomography has indicated that the accepted norms for appearance and size of the pituitary gland may not be entirely valid for women of childbearing age.… Expand
Fenestral and cochlear otosclerosis: computed tomographic evaluation.
- J. Swartz, D. W. Mandell, +6 authors A. Berger
- The American journal of otology
- 1 November 1985
Computed tomography has replaced conventional multidirectional tomography in the imaging of patients with the presumed diagnosis of otosclerosis. In addition to obliterative disease, which was easily… Expand
Congenital middle-ear deafness: CT study.
Computed tomography (CT) was used to study 25 patients with congenital conductive hearing loss and normal external auditory canals. Deformities were subdivided according to ossicular, fenestral, and… Expand
Radiologic evaluation of the ureteral stump.
The ureter that is left in place after nephrectomy may occasionally give rise to symptoms that are often attributed to other causes. The disease may not be recognized until it is far advanced or is… Expand
Real-time ultrasonography during biliary surgery.
High resolution real-time B-mode ultrasound scanning using a sterile 7.5 MHz transducer was performed during operations on the biliary tract. Ultrasound is useful for locating the common bile duct in… Expand