James G. Flournoy

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The CT appearance of focal and diffuse fatty infiltration of the liver has been described in recent radiologic literature. Previous reports of focal steatosis have emphasized the differential diagnosis of the solitary lesion. We report a case of multifocal hepatic involvement and describe a new radiologic sign that is useful in differentiating this process(More)
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 with pancreatic abscess diagnosed either at surgery or with percutaneous aspiration. Controls consisted of 55 patients with uncomplicated acute pancreatitis without(More)
Two diabetic patients in whom emphysematous pyelonephritis developed after renal transplantation are described. Clinical recognition of this unusual and serious infection is masked by the effects of immunosuppression. Abdominal radiographic, ultrasound, and computed tomography findings are discussed. The clinical presentation includes urinary tract(More)
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 with pancreatic abscess diagnosed either at surgery or with percutaneous aspiration. Controls consisted of 55 patients with uncomplicated acute pancreatitis without(More)
Biopsy directed by needle localization is a safe and relatively simple method of obtaining abnormal tissue for histologic examination without sacrificing surrounding normal breast tissue. In the setting of a training institution, accurate results can be expected as technical skills are obtained by a variety of housestaff. In this series of 70 biopsies, the(More)
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