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Radiographic evaluation of adenoidal size in children: adenoidal-nasopharyngeal ratio.
Adenoidal-nasopharyngeal ratios (AN ratios) obtained by simple linear measurements from lateral skull radiographs are described. The AN ratio reliably expresses adenoidal size and patency of theExpand
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Diagnostic imaging of ventriculoperitoneal shunt malfunctions and complications.
Most pediatric patients with hydrocephalus are treated with ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunt placement. However, shunt malfunction is common and is usually caused by mechanical failure. ShuntExpand
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A computerized test battery for the assessment of cardiovascular reactivity.
Recent evidence has suggested a possible relationship between the tendency to exhibit excessive cardiovascular reactions during psychological challenge and the risk of cardiovascular disease. ValidExpand
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Roentgenologic aspects of adult cretinism. Two case reports and review of the literature.
Two cases of untreated adult sporadic cretins are presented with emphasis upon their roentgenographic findings. Explanations relative to these roentgenographic manifestations are presented, someExpand
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Langerhans cell histiocytosis: unusual skeletal manifestations observed in thirty-four cases
Abstract Objective. Unusual manifestations are occasionally encountered in Langerhans cell histiocytosis and may be a source of confusion. The objective of this study was to determine the frequencyExpand
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Renal hypoplasia and dysplasia: A radiological and pathological correlation
Forty-nine cases of congenitally small (hypoplastic) or maldifferentiated (dysplastic) kidneys have been reviewed. From a detailed consideration of the radiological and pathological data in theseExpand
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Late-onset Bochdalek's hernia with obstruction: radiographic spectrum of presentation.
Three patients with late-onset Bochdalek's hernia are presented. All three had obstruction of the herniated bowel and, in two patients, this was complicated by strangulation and necrosis. TheExpand
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Radiological case of the month.
A 13-MONTH-OLD girl fell and had painful swelling of the right ankle on which she did notwanttobearweight.Deliverywasatterm after an uncomplicated pregnancy. The mother’s venereal disease researchExpand
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Scoliosis circa 2000: radiologic imaging perspective
Abstract Plain film imaging remains important for the diagnosis and surveillance of scoliosis, as well as for the detection of complications after surgery. Advances in CT and MR imaging have greatlyExpand
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Brucellosis: unusual presentations in two adolescent boys
Abstract Two boys presented with variable signs and symptoms of infectious disease that challenged diagnosis. One of the two patients had aortic valve vegetations and lower extremity aneurysms, andExpand
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