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MR appearance of distal femoral cortical irregularity (cortical desmoid).
PURPOSE Our goal was to describe the MR appearance of distal femoral cortical irregularity (DFCI). METHOD With plain radiographs and MR images of 100 knees, the presence of DFCIs was determined,Expand
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Minimizing artifacts caused by metallic implants at MR imaging: experimental and clinical studies.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of metallic implant positioning on MR imaging artifacts, to determine the optimal imaging conditions for minimizing artifacts, and toExpand
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Oncologic outcomes of primary bone sarcomas of the pelvis.
Although many studies have been performed for evaluation of surgical techniques and surgical morbidity in cases of primary pelvic sarcoma, few have addressed the long term oncologic outcomes forExpand
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Oncogenic osteomalacia associated with mesenchymal tumour detected by indium‐111 octreotide scintigraphy
In a 40‐year‐old man who had suffered from vague and generalized bone pains for 7 years due to oncogenic osteomalacia, the causative tumour was finally detected by Indium‐111 octreotide scintigraphy.Expand
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Femur bowing could be a risk factor for implant flexion in conventional total knee arthroplasty and notching in navigated total knee arthroplasty
PurposeThis study aimed to investigate the relationship between preoperative femoral axes and femoral implant position and to determine how femoral sagittal axes, including femoral anterior bowing,Expand
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Therapeutic response of breast carcinoma monitored by 31P MRS in situ.
In situ phosphorous MRS was employed to study the metabolites of normal and cancerous breasts, and the alterations of tumor response to therapy. In a group of 7 normal volunteers and 12 patients, theExpand
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Malignant lymphoma of the thyroid gland.
Malignant lymphoma of the thyroid gland is a rare entity; only 200 cases have been reported to date since 1960. Four patients with this disease presented at the Kingston clinic of the Ontario CancerExpand
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Segmental Resection and Replantation Have a Role for Selected Advanced Sarcomas in the Upper Limb
AbstractAlthough limb salvage surgery for primary sarcoma of the upper limb is a standard procedure, it often is technically challenging. We asked whether segmental resection and replantation wouldExpand
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Growing mass on the medial aspect of the right proximal leg.
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Correlation of laminated MR appearance of articular cartilage with histology, ascertained by artificial landmarks on the cartilage.
The object of this study was to correlate the laminae of articular cartilage on magnetic resonance (MR) imaging with histologic layers. T1- and fast spin-echo T2-weighted images of articularExpand
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