M. R. Labuski
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Comparative assessment of CT and sonographic techniques for appendiceal imaging.
- S. Wise, M. R. Labuski, +7 authors D. Mauger
- AJR. American journal of roentgenology
- 1 April 2001
OBJECTIVE We performed a comparative assessment of CT and sonographic techniques used to assess appendicitis. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred patients with clinically suspected acute appendicitis… Expand
Interactive method of informing patients of the risks of intravenous contrast media.
PURPOSE To evaluate interactive computer-based informed consent for use of contrast material versus the same information in a written format. MATERIALS AND METHODS Patients (n = 160) referred for… Expand
Determination of inferior vena cava diameter in the angiography suite: comparison of three common methods.
- D. Brown, M. R. Labuski, J. Cardella, H. Singh, P. Waybill
- Journal of vascular and interventional radiology…
- 1 February 1999
PURPOSE Significant inferior vena cava (IVC) filter migration has been associated with deployment of some filter types in IVCs measuring more than 28 mm in diameter at inferior vena cavography. The… Expand
Recurrent abdominal abscess secondary to a dropped laparoscopic clip: CT imaging
Abstract. Since being introduced in 1987, laparoscopic cholecystectomy has quickly become the treatment of choice for symptomatic gallstone disease. Computed tomography is an excellent method to… Expand
Transmural thoracic lipoma: CT and MRI features.
Lipomas are common benign neoplasms of the chest wall. However, their extension from the pleural space through the ribs into the superficial tissues of the chest wall has been described only twice… Expand
Infected hepatic infarction: an unusual cause of portal venous gas
Abstract Portal venous gas is a radiologic finding that usually is due to extrahepatic abdominal processes, most commonly ischemic bowel. In this case report, we present a case of hepatic infarction… Expand
Focal fatty infiltration of the liver in a healthy child
- M. R. Labuski, K. Eggli, D. Boal, T. Quiogue, P. Dillon, C. S. Abendroth
- Pediatric Radiology
- 1 August 1992
Fatty infiltration of the liver may occur in healthy children. The ultrasonographic, CT, and MRI findings are identical to those already described in the adult population.Diffuse or focal fatty… Expand