Juliana Dantas da Costa

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Tuberculous mesenteric lymphadenitis is a rare clinical entity and non-surgical diagnosis of this condition remains a challenge. A 38-year-old Indian woman presented with a six-week history of epigastric pain, low-grade fever and anorexia. Upper endoscopy showed a gastric ulcer of the posterior wall of the stomach. On CT scan there was a 8 cm abdominal mass(More)
The aim of this study was to assess interobserver agreement of ultrasound parameters for portal hypertension in hepatosplenic mansonic schistosomiasis. Spleen size, diameter of the portal, splenic and superior mesenteric veins and presence of thrombosis and cavernous transformation were determined by three radiologists in blinded and independent fashion in(More)
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