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Iatrogenic renal vascular injuries and their radiological management.
Twenty-nine patients with significant haematuria after a renal invasive procedure (27 of whom had undergone a percutaneous renal procedure and 2 surgical pyelolithotomy) were investigated with angiography and the efficacy and technique of the therapeutic embolization procedure is emphasized. Expand
Computed tomography angiography in patients with tuberculous meningitis.
Arterial narrowing and occlusion is seen in majority of patients with tuberculous meningitis and angiographic abnormalities may be associated with poor prognosis. Expand
Endovascular management of pseudoaneurysms of the splenic artery: experience with six patients.
- S. Venkatesh, S. Kumar, S. Baijal, R. Phadke, M. Kathuria, R. Gujral
- Australasian radiology
- 1 August 2005
Endovascular treatment is a safe and effective method of management of SAPA and one patient, after successful embolization, underwent surgery for management of an associated pseudocyst. Expand
Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis in a tertiary care setting in India.
- J. Kalita, V. Bansal, U. Misra, R. Phadke
- QJM : monthly journal of the Association of…
- 1 July 2006
The experience of CVST is reported, highlighting its diverse clinical presentations and predisposing factors, and developments in imaging, immunology and genetics have provided valuable information about risk factors and clinical spectrum ofCVST. Expand
Retrocerebellar arachnoid cyst with syringomyelia: a case report.
The need to evaluate cervical spinal cord by taking T1 weighted sagittal sections in all the patients of large posterior fossa mass lesions causing obstruction to the outlet foramina of the fourth ventricle has been stressed, in order to detect associated syringomyelia. Expand
Clinical significance of magnetic resonance imaging findings in chronic low backache
- A. Kohat, J. Kalita, S. Ramanivas, U. Misra, R. Phadke
- The Indian journal of medical research
- 1 June 2017
In patients with CLBA, NRC on MRI showed poor specificity with corresponding clinical radiculopathy and FJA with localized backache, and none of the MRI abnormality correlated with the severity of pain or disability. Expand
Intracranial infective aneurysms presenting with haemorrhage: an analysis of angiographic findings, management and outcome.
Patients with ruptured infective aneurysms fared well with medical management and the outcome in this series is better than that reported in literature. Expand
Asymptomatic spontaneous rupture of suprasellar dermoid cyst: a case report.
CT and MRI findings in a rare case of asymptomatic rupture of suprasellar dermoid cyst with subarachnoid dissemination is described. Expand
Postauricular, transpetrous, presigmoid approach for extensive skull base tumors in the petroclival region: the successes and the travails
The approach facilitates direct tumor decompression and its retraction away from the brainstem without initially encountering the intracisternal cranial nerves and neuraxis and provides multiple corridors for excising extensive posterior fossa tumors. Expand
Intra-arterial embolization of lumbar artery pseudoaneurysm following percutaneous nephrolithotomy.
The management of a patient with haematuria following percutaneous nephrolithotomy is described and a pseudoaneurysm arising from first left lumbar artery was incidentally discovered, which was then successfully embolized using an indigenously fabricated metallic coil and gel foam particles in the same sitting. Expand