Roger Dalrymple

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A study of 20 patients with adrenal mass lesions shown on computed tomography (CT) is reported. CT accurately localized a unilateral adrenal mass in 12 patients with Cushing's syndrome, primary hyperaldosteronism and phaeochromocytoma. Unsuspected primary or metastatic neoplasms of the adrenal glands were detected in 8 patients who underwent CT for other(More)
Our initial experience of 50 patients who underwent fine-needle aspiration biopsy for suspected abdominal malignant disease confirms the safety and effectiveness of the technique. A positive diagnosis of malignant tumour was made in 36 out of 42 patients who were finally shown to have malignant disease. The correct diagnosis was made on 13 out of 17(More)
Seven cases of subpulmonary pneumothorax are presented: four due to penetrating injury, two to blunt trauma and one to osteosarcoma metastasis. The typical and diagnostic appearance is a basal band of radiolucency bounded above by the thin hair-line of visceral pleura paralleling the dome of the hemi-diaphragm. When partially clotted blood is also present,(More)
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