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Gestatational trophoblastic disease: multimodality imaging assessment with special emphasis on spectrum of abnormalities and value of imaging in staging and management of disease.
Gestational trophoblastic disease is a spectrum of disorders of varying malignant potential arising from trophoblastic cells and encompassing hydatidiform moles and persistent trophoblasticExpand
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A comprehensive review of the retroperitoneal anatomy, neoplasms, and pattern of disease spread.
A clear understanding of the normal anatomy and pattern of disease spread is important in evaluating many retroperitoneal disorders. Primary retroperitoneal tumors are uncommon, accounting forExpand
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Magnetic resonance imaging of pelvic floor dysfunction.
Pelvic floor dysfunction is largely a complex problem of multiparous and postmenopausal women and is associated with pelvic floor or organ descent. Physical examination can underestimate the extentExpand
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Evolution of bariatric surgery: a historical perspective.
OBJECTIVE Older legacy bariatric surgical procedures, including jejunocolic bypass, jejunoileal bypass, vertical banded gastroplasty, and biliopancreatic diversion, are no longer performed.Expand
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Placental Imaging: Normal Appearance with Review of Pathologic Findings.
The placenta plays a crucial role throughout pregnancy, and its importance may be overlooked during routine antenatal imaging evaluation. Detailed systematic assessment of the placenta atExpand
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Evaluation and management of disorders of sex development: multidisciplinary approach to a complex diagnosis.
Various disorders of sex development (DSD) result in abnormal development of genitalia, which may be recognized at prenatal ultrasonography, immediately after birth, or later in life. Current methodsExpand
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Comprehensive imaging review of abnormalities of the umbilical cord.
A complete fetal ultrasonographic (US) study includes assessment of the umbilical cord for possible abnormalities. Knowledge of the normal appearance of the umbilical cord is necessary for theExpand
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Radiology education 2.0--on the cusp of change: part 2. eBooks; file sharing and synchronization tools; websites/teaching files; reference management tools and note taking applications.
Increasing use of smartphones and handheld computers is accompanied by a rapid growth in the other related industries. Electronic books have revolutionized the centuries-old conventional books andExpand
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Using lymphoscintigraphy to evaluate suspected lymphedema of the extremities.
405 ymphedema is the painless progressive accumulation of proteinrich fluid in the interstitial spaces of the skin, resulting from an anatomic or functional obstruction of the lymphatic system [1].Expand
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Sonography in first trimester bleeding
Vaginal bleeding is the most common cause of presentation to the emergency department in the first trimester. Approximately half of patients with first trimester vaginal bleeding will lose theExpand
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