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Fungal sinusitis was once considered a rare disorder but is now reported with increasing frequency throughout the world. The classification of fungal sinusitis has evolved in the past two decades, and this entity is now thought to comprise five subtypes. Acute invasive fungal sinusitis, chronic invasive fungal sinusitis, and chronic granulomatous invasive… (More)
Bipolaris is an increasingly recognized cause of fungal sinusitis. Reports of imaging features are sparse. Our purpose was to review the imaging features in patients with Bipolaris fungal sinusitis. A review of our data showed seven patients with culture-proven Bipolaris fungal sinusitis. Computed tomography of the paranasal sinuses in all the patients and… (More)
We present a rare case of intracerebral epidermoid cyst with partial calcification on CT and a characteristic hyperintense signal on diffusion-weighted MR imaging (DWI). MR imaging with DWI may help to accurately distinguish the lesion from other cystic tumours of the brain.
Plexiform neurofibroma of the submandibular gland is an extremely rare tumor. We report the CT findings in a 6-year-old girl with type 1 neurofibromatosis who had a histopathologically proven submandibular gland plexiform neurofibroma. A "branching" hypodense mass was noted on the CT scan infiltrating the submandibular gland and the adjacent spaces of the… (More)
This report describes MRI findings of a rare case of biopsy-proven fatal cerebral infection with Chaetomium strumarium in a 28-year-old man with a history of i.v. drug abuse. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed rapidly progressing lesions with irregular peripheral enhancement, possible central haemorrhage and significant mass effect. Only six cases of… (More)
We present a patient with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease with multiple bilateral symmetrical cervical nerve root calcifications. To our knowledge, such a finding has not been described in the literature in association with this disease. We propose that multiple bilateral symmetrical spinal nerve root calcifications may be an additional imaging feature,… (More)
A high-riding superior pericardial recess is an infrequently encountered normal variant which may mimic mediastinal pathology. We present a patient in whom a high-riding superior pericardial recess could confidently be diagnosed on a neck CT due to its change in size and shape demonstrated on a chest CT which was done 4 minutes later.