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Demyelination occurring during anti-tumor necrosis factor alpha therapy for inflammatory arthritides.
OBJECTIVE To review the occurrence of neurologic events suggestive of demyelination during anti-tumor necrosis factor alpha (anti-TNFalpha) therapy for inflammatory arthritides. METHODS The AdverseExpand
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Bilateral simultaneous cavernous sinus sampling using corticotropin-releasing hormone in the evaluation of Cushing disease.
PURPOSE To determine whether bilateral, simultaneous, cavernous sinus sampling after corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) stimulation offers as accurate detection and lateralization of CushingExpand
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Primary craniosynostosis: imaging features.
In 1851, Virchow introduced the term craniosynostosis to describe a variety of abnormalities in calvarial growth. These skull deformities are usually apparent in infancy. When an abnormal calvarialExpand
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Multiple focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver associated with hemihypertrophy and vascular malformations.
A case of multiple focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver occurring in a 22-year-old woman with musculoskeletal hemihypertrophy and anomalous vascular supply to the liver is described. The patientExpand
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Odontogenic cysts: improved imaging with a dental CT software program.
PURPOSE To evaluate a dental CT software program to determine whether it can provide a better means of assessing odontogenic cysts, lesions of the jaw derived from dental epithelium, thanExpand
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Relation between CT Scan Findings and Human Sense of Smell
Symptom questionnaires were obtained from 106 patients immediately before nasal and sinus computed tomography scans at the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center. Their scans were analyzed by twoExpand
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Reversible tacrolimus-induced neurotoxicity isolated to the brain stem.
Diplopia, nystagmus, visual hallucinations, and internuclear ophthalmoplegia developed in a 30-year-old woman 84 days after she received a matched, unrelated bone marrow transplant for chronicExpand
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Optimal CT evaluation for functional endoscopic sinus surgery.
PURPOSE To evaluate the optimal parameters for the CT examination of patients who are having functional endoscopic sinus surgery. METHODS CT scanning was performed on two fresh cadaveric heads inExpand
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Update on imaging for functional endoscopic sinus surgery.
This article details the imaging modalities available for patients being considered for functional endoscopic sinus surgery. The pertinent radiologic anatomy is reviewed with an emphasis on normalExpand
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Spontaneous Subdural Hematoma and Intracystic Hemorrhage in an Arachnoid Cyst
We report the case of 22-year-old man with nontraumatic intracystic hemorrhage into a middle cranial fossa arachnoid cyst associated with a contiguous subacute subdural hematoma. Arachnoid cysts areExpand
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