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Stereotactic breast biopsy of nonpalpable lesions: determinants of ductal carcinoma in situ underestimation rates.
PURPOSE To measure the effect of biopsy device, probe size, mammographic lesion type, lesion size, and number of samples obtained per lesion on the ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) underestimationExpand
Comparison of scintigraphy, sonography, and computed tomography in the evaluation of hepatic neoplasms.
A comparison of scintigraphy, ultrasonography, and computed tomography (CT) in 94 proven patients with clinically suspected liver disease is reported. CT proved to be the most accurate in detectingExpand
Transcatheter occlusion of abdominal tumors.
Radiological and clinical experience with transcatheter intravascular occlusion of abdominal and pelvic tumors in 55 patients is presented. Major indications include control of hemorrhage, palliationExpand
Renal and perirenal infection: the role of computerized tomography.
Predisposing factors, onset of symptoms to diagnosis interval, computerized tomography findings and the impact of computerized tomography on the outcome were studied retrospectively in 24 patientsExpand
Urographic manifestations of metastatic melanoma.
Urinary tract involvement with metastatic malignant melanoma occurs much more commonly than generally thought. It is usually part of a disseminated process with a poor life expectancy. The renalExpand
Pancreatic phlegmon
The clinical course of 19 patients with pancreatic phlegmon, as diagnosed by computed tomography (CT) and clinical criteria, was assessed retrospectively and compared to that of eight patients withExpand
Computed tomography in the evaluation of musculoskeletal neoplasms.
In a study of 62 musculoskeletal neoplasms, computed tomography contributed little to establishing tissue diagnosis. Its primary value lay in the assessment of intraosseous and/or extraosseous extentExpand
Ultrasonography of necrotic hepatic metastases.
Twelve patients with sonolucent hepatic metastases studied with gray scale ultrasonography are presented. Extensive necrosis presumably accounts for the sonolucent appearance of the hepatic lesions.Expand
Angiographic evaluation of carcinoid tumors of the small intestine: the value of epinephrine.
The angiographic features in 5 cases of carcinoid tumors of the small intestine are discussed. Findings included irregularity and narrowing of the distal mesenteric and intestinal arcade arterialExpand
Radiologic spectrum of opportunistic infections of the upper gastrointestinal tract.
Clinical findings and barium studies were reviewed in 34 patients with upper gastrointestinal opportunistic infections, including two with gastric involvement. The spectrum of radiologic features isExpand