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Reliability and role of plain film radiography and CT in the diagnosis of small-bowel obstruction.
OBJECTIVE We compare the reliability and define the role of plain film radiography and CT in the assessment of various severities of small-bowel obstruction. MATERIALS AND METHODS A blindedExpand
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Helical CT of urinary calculi: effect of stone composition, stone size, and scan collimation.
OBJECTIVE Helical CT has become the preferred methodology for identifying urinary calculi. However, the ability to predict stone composition, which influences patient treatment, depends on theExpand
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Obstruction of the small intestine: accuracy and role of CT in diagnosis.
The reliability of abdominal computed tomography (CT) in the assessment of varying degrees of small bowel obstruction (SBO) was evaluated by using results at enteroclysis and clinical outcome asExpand
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Calcium stone fragility is predicted by helical CT attenuation values.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Helical CT has become the preferred method for imaging urinary calculi, and so it would be useful if data from helical CT could also be used to predict the number of shockwavesExpand
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Complicated infantile meningitis: evaluation by real-time sonography.
Real-time sonographic findings in 20 infants with bacterial meningitis are reported. The spectrum of features included normal scans, ventricular enlargement, focal areas of increased corticalExpand
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Stone surface area determination techniques: a unifying concept of staghorn stone burden assessment.
The use of stone surface area measurements obtained from standard radiographs provides a more accurate and reproducible assessment of stone burden when reporting results and treatment recommendationsExpand
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Multiple-curve guide wire for aortic catheterization.
Frequently the angiographer finds it desirable to catheterize the abdominal aorta by percutaneous entry through the left subclavian artery. This is most often done when there is block or severeExpand
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Cribside neurosonography: real-time sonography for intracranial investigation of the neonate.
A prospective study was made of 94 real-time sonographic sector scans of 56 neonates in a 6 month period. The examinations were performed using the anterior fontanelle as an acoustic window. In 17Expand
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Indium 113m for scanning bone and kidney.
Strontium 85 as strontium nitrate is at present used to detect occult neoplasm of bone (1). Because of its long physical and biological half-time the amount of radioactivity given to the patient mustExpand
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Calcific deposits in the heart
Four case reports are presented which illustrate various patterns of calcific deposits in the heart. Valvular, myocardial, intracavitary, and coronary calcific deposits are illustrated, with emphasisExpand
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