R J Balotin

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Cloacal exstrophy is a complex, multisystem malformation that has not received much attention in the radiologic literature. The clinical histories and imaging studies of 13 cases of cloacal exstrophy proved surgically or at autopsy were reviewed. Radiologic observations were based on skeletal plain films (13), contrast-enhanced examinations of the(More)
In a case of calcified intrahepatic portal vein thrombus CT demonstrated a branching calcified intrahepatic mass with peripheral enhancement following dynamic bolus contrast medium administration. The distinction from intrahepatic choledocholithiasis was made with normal cholangiography. Calcified portal vein thrombus should be considered an unusual cause(More)
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