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Imaging of the Apert syndrome hand is usually done with plain x-rays. This gives only a limited assessment of the grossly abnormal anatomy. Computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) have the ability to comprehensively demonstrate the spatial arrangement of the bones as well as the anatomy of the soft-tissue structures. This paper(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE To determine whether air bubbles infused into saline during flexible office hysteroscopy can accurately predict tubal patency. DESIGN Diagnostic accuracy study (Canadian Task Force classification II-1). SETTING An academic hospital. PATIENTS Women undergoing office hysteroscopy and ultrasound. INTERVENTIONS Air infusion into saline(More)
Appendicitis is a common cause of acute abdominal pain in children and is treated by an open or laparoscopic appendicectomy. Well documented post-operative complications include wound infection, intra-abdominal collection, and adhesional bowel obstruction. We present the rare case of right sacro-iliitis and iliac bone osteomyelitis in a 13 year old boy(More)
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