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Idiopathic hypertrophic cranial pachymeningitis: a case report
Hypertrophic pachymeningitis is a rare fibrosing inflamatory process involving dura mater and tentorium. In this report we are presenting contrast enhanced MRI findings of an unusual case ofExpand
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Musculoskeletal manifestations of sarcoidosis.
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Unilateral rheumatoid arthritis: protective effect of neurologic deficits.
The fact that rheumatoid arthritis usually occurs bilaterally and symmetrically is one of the generally accepted diagnostic criteria for this condition. Unilateral rheumatoid arthritis, sparing theExpand
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Massive subperiosteal hemorrhage in neurofibromatosis.
Neurofibromatosis is seen in association with elephantiasis neuromatosa and overgrowth of abnormal bones, but rarely with subperiosteal hemorrhage. This is a secondary finding after severe or minorExpand
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Intra- and extraosseous xanthomata associated with hyperlipidemia.
Three cases of xanthomata associated with Type II and III hyperlipidemia are presented. A review of the radiologic manifestations of these and previously reported cases revealed that tendonExpand
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Incomplete carpal coalition.
Congenital coalition between the lunate and triquetrum is a common anomaly that may have several different radiographic appearances. We report seven patients with partial coalition and roundedExpand
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Giant-cell tumor of the sphenoid bone: case report and review of the literature.
We report the case of a 23-year-old man with a giant-cell tumor of the sphenoid bone. The radiologic manifestations consisted of an expansile mass arising from the sphenoid bone with extension intoExpand
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Angiographic manifestations of soft-tissue and osseous hemangiopericytomas.
Hemangiopericytomas are rare vascular tumors and may originate wherever there are capillaries. So far, the author has found 341 cases of soft-tissue and 10 cases of osseous hemangiopericytomas. OnlyExpand
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Systematic errors in bone-mineral measurements by quantitative computed tomography.
Bone-mineral measurements using quantitative computed tomography (QCT) are commonly based on comparisons with solutions in water of known concentrations of K2HPO4. In this paper are describedExpand
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