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Angiosarcoma is a rare soft tissue sarcoma that usually occurs in deep soft tissues, breast, spleen, liver, and bone. Primary thoracic parietal localization of angiosarcoma is rare and prognosis is poor. In this report, we present the CT and PET features of a patient with pseudomesotheliomatous angiosarcoma of the chest wall and pleura, which, to the best(More)
The radiographs of 268 patients with knee trauma were retrospectively reviewed. In 15 patients with intraarticular fracture, the images demonstrated fat-fluid levels. In 28 other patients with intraarticular fracture, only joint effusion without a fat-fluid level was depicted. The presence of a fat-fluid level in the knee indicated fracture in all patients(More)
OBJECTIVE We compared patient treatment with imaging strategy in patients with clinically suspected pulmonary embolism (PE) and intermediate-probability lung scans (IPLS). MATERIALS AND METHODS We retrospectively reviewed the medical records of 214 consecutive patients with clinically suspected PE with IPLS. RESULTS Treatment (full anticoagulation,(More)
Extracranial meningioma metastasis is rare. We report a case of a 74-year-old Caucasian man with intracranial recurrence of atypical meningioma treated with a combination of surgical resection and gamma knife radiotherapy over a 4-year period. Somatostatin receptor scintigraphy using (111)In pentreotide for surveillance of tumor recurrence showed multiple(More)
Neuropathic arthropathy is a chronic, progressive joint degeneration with bone fragmentation, ligamentous instability, and dislocation. Diabetes is the leading cause of neuropathic arthropathy. Conventional radiography is the most commonly used imaging modality for diagnosing neuropathic arthropathy. The disease is mostly the hypertrophic type and is(More)
We reviewed the radiographs of thirty-one patients (thirty-two hips) who had had revision of the acetabular component of a total hip arthroplasty with a bipolar socket supplemented by allograft and were followed for twenty-four to forty-eight months. The grafts were categorized according to their consistency (solid or crushed bone), the location of the(More)
PURPOSE Ga-67 planar and SPECT images of 85 patients after treatment for mediastinal-hilar (M-H) lymphoma were reviewed retrospectively. Forty-seven patients had Hodgkin's disease and 38 patients had non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The entire period was 7 years after diagnosis. The main goal was visual assessment of the significance of mild (grades 1 or 2) Ga-67(More)