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Magnetic resonance (MR) images of 16 peripheral nerve tumors (14 patients) were correlated with histopathologic appearance. Thirteen patients had surgically proved neuro-fibromatosis. There were 10 neurofibromas, four schwannomas, and two neurofibrosarcomas. Seven of the 10 neurofibromas showed a target pattern of increased peripheral signal intensity and(More)
= Abstract =An autopsy case is described of a premature closure of the foramen ovale with a marked dilatation of the left atrium and an intact ventricular septum with aortic atresia but without left ventricular hypoplasia. This 28-week-old male baby was a stillborn to a 34-year-old multiparous mother. An intrauterine sonogram revealed marked ascites with(More)
= Abstract =Hemangiomas of the intestine are extremely rare. The clinical manifestations are intestinal obstruction, hemorrhage, pain and/or intussusception. Overt blood loss is the most common presenting symptom in children. Presented case is a 6 year old girl with a jejunal hemangioma who has suffered from chronic iron deficiency amemia during 4 years due(More)
To evaluate MR imaging of sacrococcygeal chordoma. Thirty patients (age range 22–80 years) underwent MR imaging for the diagnosis and preoperative evaluation of sacrococcygeal chordomas. Eight patients had follow-up MR examination after treatment. The MR images were performed with T1- and T2-weighted imaging, and gadolinium (Gd)-enhanced imaging. The MR(More)
Two hundred and thirty four suspected primary bone and soft tissue tumours were investigated using plain films and MRI. The MR appearance of 200 of these tumours was assessed with respect to the intensity of the lesion, the homogeneity of the tumour, the presence or absence of a capsule or lobulation, whether the tumour was whorled or not and whether it(More)
Fourteen patients with various synovial diseases were imaged using conventional radiographic techniques and MRI. We had five patients with synovial tumors, including two each with PVNS and synovial osteochondromatosis. We had five patients with infections and four patients with various other forms of arthritis. Although MRI was found to be a useful means to(More)
Iatrogenic vascular injury as a result of closed hip nailing is not common, but is a regularly reported complication after hip fracture surgeries. To prevent vascular injury in closed hip nailing by identifying the range of distances and angles between deep and superficial femoral arteries (DFAs and SFAs) and distal screws. Forty subjects who underwent(More)
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