Jr. R. B. Jeffrey

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An important feature of multidetector-row helical computed tomography (CT) is the increased speed of scanning that permits routine use of very thin collimation and acquisition of near isometric imaging data of the abdomen within the time span of a single breath-hold. The parallel escalation in the capabilities of workstations makes feasible the practical(More)
A case of an hepatic abscess that developed after percutaneous transhepatic drainage of a subphrenic abscess is presented. The location of the abscess immediately along the tract of the drainage catheter and the similar organisms recovered from bacteriologic culture suggest that the abscess was related to direct contamination along the tract of the drainage(More)
Posttransplant lymphoproliferative disorders (PTLD) are an important comorbidity in immunosuppressed transplant patients. We describe a unique case of PTLD, a disseminated peritoneal plasmacytoma in a 56-year-old cardiac transplant patient presenting with ascites. The associated computed tomographic findings include omental thickening, mesenteric stranding,(More)
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