L. F. I. J. Oudenhoven

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PURPOSE To evaluate how the use of ultrasonography (US) and computed tomography (CT) has changed insights on the frequency and natural history of right colonic diverticulitis. MATERIALS AND METHODS Clinical findings, US and CT images, and clinical and surgical records in 44 patients with a final diagnosis of right colonic diverticulitis seen over 11 years(More)
To describe the radiological findings of “Bizarre parosteal osteochondromatous proliferation”(BPOP)—otherwise known as Nora’s lesion, to describe the natural evolution of BPOP and to assess radiologically if BPOP is indeed part of a spectrum of reactive lesions including florid reactive periostitis and turret exostosis. Four experienced musculoskeletal(More)
Spontaneous hematoma in the iliopsoas muscle is a serious complication of anticoagulant therapy. It causes severe pain and often results in loss of function of the femoral nerve. We present two cases in which percutaneous decompression of the hematoma was successfully performed to relieve intractable pain and to support functional restoration of the femoral(More)
Blood flow through arteriovenous fistulae in patients undergoing hemodialysis needs to be within a certain range for optimal management. Magnetic resonance (MR) velocity mapping is a new modality that allows the noninvasive measurement of blood flow volume. This technique was applied in 13 patients with either a Brescia-Cimino shunt (N = 6) or a(More)
We describe a previously healthy, middle-aged patient with prolonged bacteremia and Escherichia coli presenting with jaundice and lung abscesses. At presentation, a paucity of respiratory signs and symptoms was found, although the patient appeared to be very ill. The cavitary pulmonary lesions and jaundice were due to hematogenous spread of E. coli from a(More)
To determine the usefulness of radiography and magnetic resonance imaging in differentiating benign from malignant bony tumors of the hand and in making a tissue-specific diagnosis. Two hundred consecutive bony tumors of the hand, the details of which originated from a national databank, were studied in a prospective way by radiography (100%) and by MRI(More)
To assess the prevalence of impaired homocysteine metabolism in young adults with arterial occlusive disease, 80 consecutive patients under 45 years old were screened. Various laboratory blood investigations and a standardized methionine loading test were performed. In the first 52 patients plasma levels of free homocysteine were determined; thereafter the(More)
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