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With the introduction of mammographic screening, columnar cell lesions (CCLs) are observed more and more frequently because they are often associated with microcalcifications. Until now, the proliferative activity of these lesions has not been previously evaluated. Ki67 index was performed by immunohistochemistry in CCLs without atypia [columnar cell change… (More)
A case of hemorrhage in the cavum septi pellucidi presenting as macrocephaly secondary to hydrocephalus in a full-term neonate is described. This condition has only been reported previously in one premature infant. This unusual location of intracranial bleeding has been demonstrated by ultrasonography and MRI. We discuss the pathophysiology.
BACKGROUND The staging of axillary lymph nodes is critical to the management and prognosis of breast cancer, the most frequent cancer in females. Neoadjuvant therapy and lymph node dissection are recommended when malignant cells invade the lymph nodes. Therefore the pre-operative examination of these lymph nodes is crucial to treatment. METHODS In this… (More)
We describe a case of gallbladder carcinoma observed fortuitously during small bowel enteroclysis as an "apple-core" lesion. This case illustrates the non-specificity of the clinical manifestations as well as the usual pitfalls in the diagnostic step.
CT, with all its potentialities, seems to be the best imaging alterative in complex maxillary clefts. The lateral “scout view” of the CT allows a true cephalometric evaluation. Three-dimensional osseous and teeth images can be reconstructed from the usual axial sections, without further radiation. They offer a superb anatomical and practical approach in… (More)
We report the clinical, radiological and electrophysiological signs in two unrelated girls with the connatal form of Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease (PMD). MRI plays an important role in the diagnosis, demonstrating the virtual absence of myelination. PMD is classically described as an X-linked leukodystrophy. Our two cases reinforce the hypothesis of a… (More)