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The extent to which various concentrations of the paramagnetic metal ions [gadolinium (III), manganese (II), chromium (III), iron (III), nickel (II), copper (II), and cobalt (II)] affect proton magnetic relaxation times of distilled water, 4% human serum albumin (HSA), and dog plasma was studied in vitro. The pH of water and HSA varied from 4 to 8. Nuclear… (More)
A solution to get the problem off, have you found it? Really? What kind of solution do you resolve the problem? From what sources? Well, there are so many questions that we utter every day. No matter how you will get the solution, it will mean better. You can take the reference from some books. And the radiology of the gallbladder and bile ducts is one book… (More)
The barium enema examination is a safe technique for the prompt and accurate diagnosis of acute appendicitis. Properly performed and correctly interpreted, the examination can serve as a valuable tool for the diagnosis or exclusion of acute appendicitis when this is not possible by clinical and laboratory procedures.
An abstract typically is about 200 words long (approximately one double-spaced manuscript page) and is very important because it is reprinted in abstract indexes and is therefore seen by more readers than any other section of your paper-it is probably the only section of your article that some busy readers look at. Therefore, this small section must be able… (More)
Cholesterolosis and adenomyomatosis, two diseases of the gallbladder that are unrelated to cholelithiasis or cholecystitis, are detected on oral cholecystograms with considerable frequency. These disorders are of uncertain etiology, and it is also unclear if they cause clinical symptoms. Cholesterolosis is the result of the accumulation of triglycerides and… (More)
Hepatic panangiography was performed in 17 patients before and after side-to-side portacaval shunts. Preoperatively, a direct correlation existed between the diameters of the hepatic arteries and the severity of the patient's cirrhosis. Postoperatively, the splenic artery and vein and the hepatic artery dilated further in most patients, reflecting increased… (More)
A case of acute ulcerating colitis due toCampylobacter fetus is presented. The radiographic and endoscopic findings are indistinguishable from those of idiopathic acute ulcerative colitis. The clinical and bacteriological data relating to Campylobacter are discussed.