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A case of acute subcutaneous emphysema of the lateral region of the neck is described. The patient, a 26-year-old woman, also had radiologic evidence of pneumomediastinum. She completely recovered in a few days under prophylactic antibiotherapy. In this case, subcutaneous and mediastinal emphysema was most probably due to the introduction of air into the(More)
Three examples of intestinal carcinoid tumours are reported. As the signs in conventional radiology are non-specific and inconstant, the computed radiographic signs are stressed. Small bowel examination showed both direct signs, with intraluminal filling defects, and indirect signs with separated bowel loops, sometimes angulated and fixed. In one unusual(More)
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