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The value of imaging in patients with suspicion of bowel obstruction is dependent on the ability to answer questions relevant to the clinical management of patients. Is there mechanical obstruction? Is it a small bowel obstruction (SBO) or a large bowel obstruction (LBO)? What is the transition point? What is the cause of the obstruction? What is the(More)
To compare adrenal gland volume in septic shock patients and control patients by using semi-automated volumetry. Adrenal gland volume and its inter-observer variability were measured with tomodensitometry using semi-automated software in 104 septic shock patients and in 40 control patients. The volumes of control and septic shock patients were compared and(More)
This study compared superparamagnetic iron-oxide-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (SPIO-MRI) and combined fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography and computed tomography (FDG-PET/CT) in evaluating liver metastases from colorectal adenocarcinoma following chemotherapy. Nineteen patients were included in this retrospective study. SPIO-MRI and(More)
OBJECTIVES The impact of recruitment maneuvers on gas exchange, hemodynamics, alveolar recruitment, and hyperinflation is highly variable among patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome. The objective was to determine whether differences in lung morphology, defined as differences in the pulmonary distribution of aeration loss, predict the response(More)
BACKGROUND : Assessment and management of septic shock associated adrenal function remain controversial. The aim of this study was to explore the prognostic value of adrenal gland volume in adults with septic shock. METHODS : A short cosyntropin test and determination of adrenal volume by computed tomography were performed within 48 h of shock in patients(More)
Cholangitis is an infection of the biliary ductal system that results from biliary obstruction. Choledocholithiasis has been the leading cause of acute cholangitis. Acute cholangitis remains a life-threatening complication of biliary obstruction that needs emergency diagnosis and treatment. Ultrasound (US) is the primary imaging modality for assessment of(More)
Ischemic colitis accounts for more than half of all cases of gastrointestinal ischemia and constitutes between 1 per 2000 and 3 per 1000 acute hospital admission. It typically affects elderly patients, being a frequent cause of rectal bleeding, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. This article describes the epidemiology, physiology, and pathology of this(More)
The use of CT in the diagnosis and management of liver trauma is responsible for the shift from routine surgical versus non-surgical treatment in the management of traumatic liver injuries, even when they are of high grade. The main cause of complication and of death in liver trauma is related to vascular injury. The goal of this review focussed on the(More)
PURPOSE To assess the value of MRCP in the detection of biliary complications after orthotopic liver transplantation. MATERIALS AND METHODS 27 transplanted patients with suspected biliary complication underwent a total of 34 MR and direct cholangiography procedures. MRCP were reviewed by 2 independent reviewers blinded to clinical and laboratory findings.(More)
The authors report a case of near complete regression of a focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver over a course of 10 years in a 39 year old woman. This presentation is atypical because of its imaging features (initially typically hypervascular, to eventually become a fibrous scar after undergoing a pseudo-angiomatous phase) and because of its near complete(More)