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Partial priapism is a rare condition. Unlike the typical cases of priapism where the diagnosis is obvious on physical examination, partial priapism generally is initially seen as a perineal mass, and the diagnosis is more difficult. In our case, computed tomography helped make a differential diagnosis of partial priapism.
We report a case that demonstrates that percutaneous catheter drainage may be considered as an alternative to surgical intervention in the treatment of urinomas, especially when there is no persistent ureteral obstruction.
Six hundred forty-four legs were examined by means of descending venography in patients with chronic venous insufficiency. Three patient positions (supine, 30 degrees semierect, and 60 degrees semierect) were used with a standard angiographic technique. Patients were also studied during either normal respiration or a Valsalva maneuver. The deep venous… (More)
We present the computed tomography (CT) findings of pseudothrombosis of the right ovarian vein. In two young multiparous women, pseudothrombosis was detected on early-phase spiral CT scans by the presence of retrograde flow of contrast medium down the left ovarian veins. Asymmetry of density seen in the ovarian veins in the early phase of spiral CT scanning… (More)
An association of neurofibromatosis with diffuse interstitial lung disease is thought to exist, though there have been relatively few large studies of it. The pulmonary manifestations consist of diffuse interstitial fibrosis or formation of bullae, or a combination of both. Our experience with this disease process during a ten-year period shows slightly… (More)
A cavernous hemangioma of the liver presented as an area of increased activity on an isotope bone scan. A review of the literature fails to reveal any previous reports of this phenomenon.
An unusual case of migration of an intracranial bullet fragment within a brain abscess is reported. Movement of the bullet was first detected on skull films, and the significance of this finding on plain radiographs is emphasized.
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease is a hereditary hypertrophic neuropathy. The finding of massive enlargement of the spinal nerve roots is demonstrated on a computed tomographic scan in a patient with this disease.