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Hyperdense middle cerebral artery sign on CT: efficacy in detecting middle cerebral artery thrombosis.
The hyperdense middle cerebral artery sign is a CT predictor of the development of a large cerebral infarct. The limits of detectability were tested in a blinded, then unblinded analysis of CT scansExpand
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Lumbar disc disease and stenosis.
In recent years MR has been the major advancement in the imaging of lumbar disc disease. Its advantages include multiplanar imaging, excellent resolution, and absence of ionizing radiation. AlthoughExpand
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Iatrogenic carotid-cavernous fistula following Fogarty catheter thromboendarterectomy. Case report.
A case of iatrogenic carotid-cavernous fistula secondary to a Fogarty catheter thrombectomy is presented. The literature and seven previously reported cases are reviewed.
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Persistent trigeminal artery: Unusual associated abnormalities
SummaryMultiple cases of vascular abnormalities associated with the persistent trigeminal artery or a variant thereof are presented. A persistent otic artery variant is the only known such case inExpand
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Idiopathic pulmonary ossification.
Idiopathic pulmonary ossification is an uncommon and asymptomatic disorder of unknown etiology in which trabeculated bone is found in the lung. It is usually mistaken for more serious entitiesExpand
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Magnetic resonance imaging and computerized tomography scanning of herpes simplex encephalitis. Report of two cases.
The authors present two cases of herpes simplex encephalitis (HSE) in which computerized tomography (CT) scanning and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) were performed. They also review the literatureExpand
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Traumatic aneurysm of peripheral cerebral artery
SummaryProgression of a traumatic aneurysm to rupture has been demonstrated angiographically in this case following closed cerebral trauma.RésuméL'auteur présente l'évolution et la rupture d'unExpand
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Skull fractures.
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Calcification in a chromophobe adenoma. Case report.
✓ A patient with a densely calcified chromophobe adenoma is reported. Considerable hemorrhage and fibrosis were present in the tumor and may have been responsible for the extensive calcification.
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