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US MR imaging correlation in pathologic conditions of the scrotum.
Magnetic resonance imaging can demonstrate an intraabdominal undescended testis, which can be difficult to detect with US, and is superior to US in differentiation between an undescend testis and testicular agenesis. Expand
Epidermoid cysts of the testicle: sonographic and MR imaging features.
The ability of preoperative imaging studies to suggest the diagnosis of epidermoid cyst may prompt a testis-sparing surgery instead of an orchiectomy and correlate imaging features with histopathologic findings. Expand
Incidence of benign pathologic findings at partial nephrectomy for solitary renal mass presumed to be renal cell carcinoma on preoperative imaging.
A significant fraction of small solitary renal masses presumed to be renal cell carcinoma had benign pathologic findings on resection, despite thorough expert radiologic review, suggesting management should favor parenchyma-sparing approaches. Expand
Imaging of the seminal vesicles.
MR imaging of the penis.
High-field surface coil MR imaging can show the soft-tissue and vascular anatomy of the penis, as well as the appearance of many penile diseases. Expand
Voiding cystourethrography after radical prostatectomy: normal findings and correlation between contrast extravasation and anastomotic strictures.
OBJECTIVE Vesicourethral anastomotic strictures are an important complication of radical prostatectomy for prostatic cancer. Their formation has been attributed to extravasation of urine at theExpand
Multilocular renal cysts: radiologic-pathologic correlation.
Although angiography cannot definitively exclude a malignant tumor, a distinctive sonographic appearance-multiple cystic masses separated by highly echogenic septa-is highly suggestive of multilocular renal cyst, which may have significant therapeutic implications. Expand
Pyonephrosis: sonography in the diagnosis and management.
The normal seminal vesiculogram.
Criteria for normality are presented and the radiographic techniques reviewed. Expand
Dilatation of ureteral stenoses: techniques and experience in 44 patients.
  • M. Banner, H. Pollack
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • AJR. American journal of roentgenology
  • 1 October 1984
The techniques for stricture dilatation with balloon catheters and temporary ureteral stents are discussed, results are reviewed, and recommendations for patient selection are offered. Expand