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The sacrum is a structure that is imaged by both general and subspecialty radiologists. A wide variety of disease processes can involve the sacrum either focally or as part of a systemic process. Plain radiographs, although limited in evaluation of the sacrum, should be carefully examined when abnormalities of the sacrum are suspected. Cross-sectional… (More)
This tutorial white-paper illustrates practical aspects of FIR filter design and fixed-point implementation along with the algorithms available in the Filter Design Toolbox and the Signal Processing Toolbox for this purpose. The emphasis is mostly on lowpass filters, but many of the results apply to other filter types as well. The tutorial focuses on… (More)
A Summary of relevant filter design commands 190 A.
Cecal volvulus is a rare, but potentially fatal, cause of intestinal obstruction. As computed tomographic (CT) scanning is often the initial diagnostic test in patients with acute abdominal pain, we reiterate the importance of the "whirl sign" in diagnosing intestinal volvulus. We report the first description of the CT diagnosis of cecal volvulus.
Laparoscopic laser surgery is becoming increasingly common as treatment for endometriosis. We report a case of computed tomographic (CT) demonstration of salpingoureteral fistula secondary to laparoscopic laser surgery.
We believe MR findings to be quite characteristic of primary lymphedema. We believe that MR has a role in diagnosing lymphedema and its complications.