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Repairs of the rotator cuff. Correlation of functional results with integrity of the cuff.
We evaluated the results of 105 operative repairs of tears of the rotator cuff of the shoulder in eighty-nine patients at an average of five years postoperatively. We correlated the functional resultExpand
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Testicular microlithiasis: imaging appearances and pathologic correlation.
PURPOSE To determine the spectrum of sonographic findings, clinical implications, and pathologic correlation in patients with testicular microlithiasis (TM). MATERIALS AND METHODS The cases of 42Expand
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Hepatic focal nodular hyperplasia: angiography, CT, sonography, and scintigraphy.
Eleven patients with focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver underwent a combination of radiologic procedures, including sonography, computed tomography (CT), hepatic scintigraphy, and angiography.Expand
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Sonographic spectrum of placental abruption.
Fifty-seven cases of placental abruption detected by sonography were retrospectively reviewed. The location of hemorrhage was subchorionic in 46 cases (81%), retroplacental in nine cases (16%), andExpand
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Mild idiopathic lateral cerebral ventricular dilatation in utero: sonographic evaluation.
The authors prospectively studied 20 fetuses with mild dilatation of the lateral cerebral ventricles but no other detectable central nervous system abnormality. One case (5%) occurred in a diabeticExpand
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Holoprosencephaly: prenatal sonographic diagnosis.
Fourteen cases of holoprosencephaly (HP), including 10 cases of alobar HP and four cases of semilobar HP, were identified by prenatal sonography. Intracranial and extracranial findings were reviewedExpand
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Leg length determination by CT digital radiography.
CT digital radiography is a new accurate technique for measuring leg length discrepancy. It is easily performed on commercially available equipment with a radiation dose of 3-6 times less than theExpand
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Low sensitivity of sonography and cholescintigraphy in acalculous cholecystitis.
Acalculous cholecystitis is difficult to diagnose by clinical means or contrast radiography. Because sonography and cholescintigraphy have both been shown to do well in the diagnosis of calculousExpand
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US evaluation of the rotator cuff.
Ultrasonographic (US) evaluation of the moving shoulder is a new method for evaluating the integrity of the rotator cuff. In the past, contrast arthrography has provided the only nonoperativeExpand
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