264 complications caused by clinically unsuspected ingested dietary foreign bodies: a case series emphasizing the use of volume rendering techniques. A 76-year-old, white woman presenting with bone resorption in the fifth toes. For three years, the patient had experienced severe pain and local edema. Conventional radiography (Figure 1) demonstrated… (More)
203 accompanied by at least two of the minor criteria (not necessarily simultaneously), including recurrent genital ulcers, ocular lesions, skin lesions, and a positive pathergy test (12) , none of which were observed in our patient. Other causes of pulmonary artery aneu-rysms are trauma, infection, pulmonary hypertension, and Marfan syndrome (8–11). There… (More)
In most cases of aspiration pneumonia in children, the disease is specific to this age group. Clinical and radiological correlation is essential for the diagnosis. The present pictorial essay is aimed at showing typical images of the most common etiologies.
tumors are constituted of plasmacytoid cells, presenting malignant degeneration and producing a specific immunoglobulin molecule (3–7). The incidence of EMP is higher in men than in women, at a 3–4:1 ratio, most frequently occurring around the age of 50– 60 (1,4,6,7). It is estimated that such tumor represents 2–4% of plas-macytoid neoplasms whose most… (More)