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Tuberculosis of the abdomen.
  • R. Leder, V. Low
  • Medicine
  • Radiologic clinics of North America
  • 1 July 1995
The diagnosis of abdominal TB is often difficult. A high index of suspicion is required, especially in the high-risk population. This article discusses the radiology of abdominal TB, stressing theExpand
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Malignant melanoma metastatic to the gastrointestinal tract.
Malignant melanoma, a common malignancy whose prevalence is increasing, represents 1-3% of cancers in the United States [1]. At autopsy, metastatic deposits to the gut are frequently found, but lessExpand
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Abdominal sacral colpoperineopexy: a new approach for correction of posterior compartment defects and perineal descent associated with vaginal vault prolapse.
OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to assess a modification of abdominal sacral colpopexy in 19 patients. STUDY DESIGN The rectovaginal space was dissected to the superior aspect of the posterior vaginalExpand
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The role of imaging in the diagnosis and management of biliary complications after liver transplantation.
O rthotopic liver transplantation is a widely accepted treatment for endstage liver disease. Biliary reconstruction is a critical component ofthis procedure. Choledochocholedochostomy with T-tubeExpand
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Diagnosis of gastric carcinoma: sensitivity of double-contrast barium studies.
OBJECTIVE This study was undertaken to determine if the double-contrast upper gastrointestinal examination is a sensitive technique for diagnosing gastric carcinoma. MATERIALS AND METHODS WeExpand
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Superior vena cava obstruction by tumour thrombus in invasive thymoma: diagnosis and surgical management.
Thymomas are common mediastinal tumours. We report a rare case of thymoma invasion into the superior vena cava with resultant venous obstruction. The tumour was resected. The superior vena cava andExpand
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Hiatal herniation of the pancreas: diagnosis and surgical management.
Clinical Summary A 78-year-old woman was admitted with mild shortness of breath and a history of intermittent episodes of upper abdominal pain and indigestion. She had a long history ofExpand
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Textbook of Gastrointestinal Radiology, 2nd ed.
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The aberrant subclavian artery.
During the last 6 years we have retrospectively identified 32 patients with aberrant subclavian arteries and related vascular rings. Twenty-seven patients had a left-sided aortic arch with anExpand
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Small bowel intussusception and laparoscopy.
Adult intussusception is rare and is usually caused by a tumor serving as a lead point. Surgery is necessary to treat obstruction and rule out malignancy. However, if a benign cause (lipoma, fibroma,Expand
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