Lidija Lincender

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UNLABELLED Acute appendicitis represents a leading cause of an abdominal pain in children which requires urgent surgical treatment. AIM OF THE STUDY To investigate into value of ultrasound (US) in diagnostics and differential-diagnostics of acute appendicitis in children. PATIENTS AND METHODS A prospective study during a two-year period, was conducted(More)
CT-guided percutaneous transthoracic aspiration biopsy presenting one of interventional radiologic procedures, has enabled the sample providing for cytologic analysis. It has been frequently used with the aim of confirmation or elimination of malignant neoplastic process. The main advantages of CT over fluoroscopy are precise needle visualization,(More)
UNLABELLED The aim of the study is to analyze the frequency of the congenital anomalies of the digestive tract in the period of 1993-1998. The patients and methods: Our group included 67 patients (47 males and 20 females; age range 1-12 months) suspected of digestive tract anomalies. First, all of them have been examined by pediatric surgeon. At the first(More)
Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is non invasive imaging technique able to provide projection images of the bile and pancreatic ducts. Using breath--hold and non-breath--hold acquisition techniques, have been employed in order to obtain MRCP images. Clinical applications of MRCP are evaluated from presenting references and from personal(More)
Background. Acute appendicitis is a leading cause of the abdominal pain in children that need an urgent surgical treatment. Neither of individually clinical variables doesn’t have a real discriminational nor predictive strength to be used as the only diagnostic test. A goal of this study is to define ultrasound criteria of the acute appendicitis by(More)
PURPOSE The aim of this study is to show the possibilities of MRI in diagnostic of the spleen affections. MATERIAL AND METHODS During a two years period, MRI of the splen alone was performed in 13 patients, while MRI of the liver was performed in 213 patients. With the liver, we examined the spleen as well. Using 1.0T Unit (Siemens Magnetom Impact) we(More)
Percutaneous transthoracic aspiration biopsy (PTAB) is an interventional radiologic procedure for histologic confirmation or elimination of malignant nature of the lesion. The development of digital techniques (introduction of CT and US) and small gauge needles increased the interest for this method. CT scanner enables the accurate determination of the(More)
The advantages of echography (EG) in the follow-up of morphologic and structural changes of cholecyst are wellknown. In this paper we tried to prove the possibilities of echography in the evaluation of cholecyst contractility as the reflection of its function. In 70 patients peroral cholegraphy (POH) and EG were performed simultaneously. In POH the(More)
During the war, June 1992,-August 1994, at the Institute 20 percutaneous fluid collections and abscesses drainages in the belles were done, controlled by the CT. The percutaneous drainage we started in 1984, until now we had 141 cases, 20 cases in the war time, 14 of them were wounded, while the rest was suffering from a malignant process in stomach,(More)