Tracey Littlehales

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PURPOSE This feasibility study aimed to obtain initial data to assess the performance of a novel noncontrast spoiled magnetic resonance (MR) angiography technique (fresh-blood imaging [FBI]) compared to gadolinium-enhanced MR (Gd-MR) angiography for evaluation of the aorto-iliac and lower extremity arteries. MATERIALS AND METHODS Thirteen patients with(More)
Percutaneous vascular embolization is one of the major applications of interventional radiology. A wide variety of embolization agents are currently available for clinical use. The interventional radiologist needs to be up to date with the newer and different types of embolic agents available along with their biopharmaceutical characteristics, strengths,(More)
Pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS) is an important cause of chronic pelvic pain in female patients. Chronic pelvic pain, defined as lower abdominal or pelvic pain for a duration of 6 months or more, causes significant morbidity and results in a large number of diagnostic laparoscopies. It is of utmost importance to identify treatable causes of chronic pelvic(More)
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