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Bilateral interhemispheric subdural hematoma is a rare posttraumatic lesion that has only received mention in the radiologic literature , and a mere four cases have been acknowledged in the medical literature [1, 2]. It is usually associated with severe trauma or extenuating circumstances (anticoagulation, ventriculoperitoneal shunt). We report a fifth… (More)
Typhlitis and enterotyphlitis are complications of chemotherapy and are occurring more frequently due to the increased and successful use of cytotoxic agents. The usual finding on radiographs is a lack of bowel gas in the right lower quadrant. A case of typhlitis presenting as toxic cecitis is presented.
We performed a retrospective analysis of 384 consecutive stereotactic breast biopsies (SBBs) from March 1995 through January 1999 and compared it with our historical breast biopsy experience. Two hundred forty-four patients underwent biopsies for microcalcifications and 135 patients for abnormal mammographic densities. Pathology diagnoses included 302… (More)