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Fibrosis is one of the hallmarks of inflammatory and repair processes in pathology. Various exogenous and endogenous stimuli, including tumor development, can induce inflammatory reactions. During the post-equilibrium phase after IV injection of non specific contrast media, CT and/or MR allow the study of these inflammatory answers to tumoral or infectious(More)
PURPOSE To demonstrate that incremental CT venography, performed at the time of CT pulmonary angiography, can easily diagnose deep venous thrombosis. Materials and Methods. Retrospective analysis of 152 combined incremental CT venography and CT pulmonary angiography. Results were compared to Doppler US examinations in 18 cases. RESULTS 61% of venous(More)
PURPOSE To assess the value of single shot fast spin echo MR sequence (SS-FSE) in the evaluation of the normal and pathologic intrahepatic biliary tree. MATERIAL AND METHODS 418 consecutive patients (457 examinations) referred for clinical and/or biological suspicion of biliary obstruction underwent MR cholangiopancreatography (MRCP). All patients were(More)
PURPOSE This article presents a new MR angiography technique, Elliptic Centric Time Resolved Imaging on Contrast KineticS (ECTRICKS), which allows dynamic evaluation of the lower limb arteries opacification when venous return prevents adequate diagnostic evaluation of calf arteries. PATIENTS AND METHODS Comparative examinations could be compared.(More)
INTRODUCTION Granulocyte sarcoma (GS), also known as chloroma, is a localized malignant tumor composed of myeloid cells, the diagnosis of which is difficult. The pancreatic location and recurrence, aside from any context of malignant hemopathy, are exceptional. OBSERVATION A 31-year-old woman developed an isolated and recurrent granulocyte sarcoma of the(More)
PURPOSE The objectives of this study were to determine the frequency with which intraductal papillary mucinous pancreatic neoplasms (IPMNs) show fistulization to adjacent organs and to describe the multidetector row computed tomography (MDCT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings for this specific complication. METHODS A retrospective analysis of(More)
PURPOSE To assess the value of MRI in the diagnosis of portal cavernoma with biliary obstruction. MATERIAL and methods: six patients referred for clinical suspicion of biliary obstruction and portal cavernoma were explored with MRI. all patients were explored using a signa 1.5 t GE MR unit, with high gradient field strength and torso phased array coil.(More)
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