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Epiploic appendagitis: color Doppler sonographic findings
Abstract The aim of this study was to analyze the color Doppler sonographic findings in primary epiploic appendagitis. Color Doppler sonographic findings of ten patients with primary epiploicExpand
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Focal nodular hyperplasia: natural course observed with CT and MRI.
PURPOSE The purpose of this work was to assess the natural course of biopsy-proven focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH). METHOD Eighteen biopsy-proven FNHs in 14 patients (12 women and 2 men) who wereExpand
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Imaging study findings in elastofibroma dorsi.
Elastofibroma dorsi is a tumor or pseudotumor typically located under the tip of the scapula. It is far from uncommon in older individuals. The mass contains both fibrous tissue and fatty tissue.Expand
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Subacromial-subdeltoid lipoma arborescens associated with a rotator cuff tear
Abstract A 44-year-old man presented with lipoma arborescens of the right shoulder, associated with a rotator cuff tear. MRI revealed villous proliferations with signal intensity of fat on all pulseExpand
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Hypoplasia of the internal carotid artery: a noninvasive diagnosis
Abstract. We present the characteristic imaging findings of hypoplasia of the internal carotid artery (ICA) in two cases, one accompanied by an intracranial aneurysm. Finding of a diffuse luminalExpand
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Benign vertebral hemangioma: MR-histological correlation
Abstract. Objective: To explain the magnetic resonance (MR) appearance of benign vertebral hemangioma by correlating MR and histological findings from autopsy specimens. Design: Sagittal T1- andExpand
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[Imaging evaluation of cervical spine trauma].
Evaluation and treatment of patients with suspected cervical vertebral trauma requires close cooperation between multiple medical disciplines. Recognition of the significant signs of cervical spineExpand
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MR features of cavernous angioma.
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Discrepancy between diffusion and perfusion imaging in a patient with transient ischaemic attack.
We report paradoxical and ambiguous imaging findings in a patient with transient ischaemic attack (TIA). Perfusion-weighted (PW) MRI obtained 2 hours after symptoms onset showed a hypoperfused areaExpand
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Mesenteric whirlpool sign detected at color doppler ultrasound: Diagnostic value in adults
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the diagnostic value of the “whirlpool sign” detected at color Doppler sonography in adults complaining of acute abdominal pain. During a 2-year period, theExpand
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