Kiran H. Thakrar

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The subperitoneal space is a large, unifying, anatomically continuous potential space that connects the peritoneal cavity with the retroperitoneum. This space is formed by the subserosal areolar tissue that lines the inner surfaces of the peritoneum and the musculature of the abdomen and pelvis. It contains the branches of the vascular, lymphatic, and(More)
Technical advances in cross-sectional imaging have led to the discovery of incidental cystic pancreatic lesions in the oncology and non-oncology population that in the past remained undetected. These lesions have created a diagnostic and management dilemma for both clinicians and radiologists: should these lesions be ignored, watched, aspirated, or removed?(More)
Multidetector-row computed tomography (MDCT) has become the primary imaging test for the staging and follow-up of most malignancies that originate outside of the central nervous system. Technical advances in this imaging technique have led to significant improvement in the detection of metastatic disease to the liver. An unintended by-product of this(More)
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