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Overview of traumatic injury of the thoracic aorta.
Traumatic injury of the thoracic aorta is a major clinical concern in patients who sustain deceleration or crush injuries. Several mechanical factors may explain the typical locations of thoracicExpand
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The perirenal space: relationship of pathologic processes to normal retroperitoneal anatomy.
The perirenal space may be involved by disease processes that arise within or outside the perirenal space. Key anatomic details that dictate the features of perirenal processes include the renalExpand
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Complications of Ureteral Stent
these devices, their consequences, and their potential complications, which at times can be devastating. Radiology plays an important role in the routine monitoring of stents and in the evaluation ofExpand
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CT and MR imaging after imaging-guided thermal ablation of renal neoplasms.
In recent years, thermal tumor ablation techniques such as percutaneous radiofrequency (RF) ablation and cryoablation have assumed an important role in the management of renal tumors, particularly inExpand
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Complications of ureteral stent placement.
The recent increase in usage of ureteral stents in the management of a variety of urinary tract disease processes mandates familiarity with these devices, their consequences, and their potentialExpand
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The CT nephrogram: implications for evaluation of urinary tract disease.
The urographic nephrogram is an important indicator of underlying functional and structural renal disease. With expansions in use of cross-sectional imaging, the computed tomographic (CT) nephrogramExpand
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Trends in the use of unenhanced helical CT for acute urinary colic.
OBJECTIVE Unenhanced helical CT for urolithiasis detection is a limited CT examination that was designed specifically for the detection of urolithiasis. The purpose of this study was to repeat aExpand
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Simplified imaging approach for evaluation of the solid renal mass in adults.
Current patterns of imaging utilization lead to frequent serendipitous discovery of renal lesions. Today, the majority of solid renal masses that are ultimately proved to be renal cell carcinomasExpand
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Staging of renal adenocarcinoma: role of various imaging procedures.
Since the only successful curative treatment of renal adenocarcinoma is surgery, accurate radiologic information is crucial during initial tumor staging for optimal operative planning. AccurateExpand
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Intravenous urography: technique and interpretation.
Intravenous urography has long been the cornerstone of the imaging evaluation of urinary tract disease. However, other imaging modalities such as ultrasonography, computed tomography, and magneticExpand
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