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This case report describes a patient with posteromedial dislocation of the ankle without fracture and without disruption of the tibiofibular syndesmosis. The pathogenesis of this uncommon lesion is discussed.
The computed tomographic findings in a case of chronic afferent loop obstruction are presented. Multiple cystic abdominal masses which merge caudally are demonstrated. They display uniform diameter, thin rims, and attenuation numbers of water density. We agree with others who have advocated computed tomography as the investigative method of choice for this… (More)
A retrospective analysis of the sonographic findings in 65 women with pelvic inflammatory disease was correlated with pathologic findings at surgery and laparoscopy. Abnormal sonograms could be classified into one of the following three groups: Type I pattern (endometritis); Type II pattern (focal mass); Type III pattern (total pelvic distortion). A… (More)
Feedback from the residents can provide a valuable means to acknowledge good teaching by the faculty and a strong stimulus to improve weak teaching performances. As there were no published reports that describe a quantitative and systematic method to achieve this type of evaluation in the radiology residency, we developed a questionnaire of 62 elements that… (More)
Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are the most common spinal vascular anomaly. The majority are intradural and are supplied by the spinal arteries. This paper presents an unusual A VM that was fed by the lumbar arteries and was located totally in the extradural space; in fact, its drainage enlarged the internal vertebral venous plexus, resulting in its… (More)
Retroconversion of immature to mature tissues in metastases from an immature ovarian teratoma following chemotherapy is an uncommon phenomenon. We report a case of this entity to highlight the changes in the internal architecture of hepatic metastases as seen on CT.