Vivek Virmani

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Macrodystrophia lipomatosa is a rare cause of congenital macrodactyly, characterized by progressive proliferation of all mesenchymal elements, with a disproportionate increase in fibroadipose tissue. This developmental anomaly is reportedly more common in the foot than in the hand, with a predilection for the plantar and median nerve distribution. We(More)
OBJECTIVE This article provides a comprehensive review of the role of MDCT and MRI in the diagnosis of drug-induced complications in the abdomen and pelvis in adults. A systematic organ-based review of these complications is presented, including but not limited to hepatic changes after chemotherapy, renal complications such as tumor lysis syndrome and(More)
Inflammatory pseudotumor is an unusual quasineoplastic lesion, of uncertain natural history and etiopathogenesis, which consists of inflammatory cells and myofibroblastic spindle cells; and is usually found in children and young adults. Clinical manifestations and radiological feature of this rare entity, can be indistinguishable from a malignant(More)
UNLABELLED Focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH) and hepatocellular adenomas (HCAs) constitute benign hepatic neoplasms in adults. HCAs are monoclonal neoplasms characterised by an increased predilection to haemorrhage and also malignant transformation. On the other hand, FNH is a polyclonal tumour-like lesion that occurs in response to increased perfusion and(More)
Epitheloid hemangioendothelioma (EHE) is a rare neoplasm of vascular origin known to arise in soft tissue, liver and lung. We describe a case of coexistent hepatic and pulmonary epitheloid hemangioendothelioma, proven on autopsy, and review the histological and radiological features of epitheloid hemangioendothelioma. The coexistence of hepatic with(More)
Ovarian vein thrombosis is an uncommon clinical entity, most familiar to radiologists as a source of postpartum sepsis, which, if unrecognized and left untreated, has the potential for septic shock, pulmonary thromboembolism, and death. Ovarian vein thrombosis also occurs with other common inflammatory and malignant conditions in the nonobstetrical patient.(More)
Hot cross bun sign refers to the cruciform-shaped hyperintensity on T2W axial magnetic resonance images (MRI) in multisystem atrophy due to the selective loss of myelinated transverse pontocerebellar fibers and neurons in the pontine raphe and sparing of the pontine tegmentum and corticospinal tracts [Figure 1, Figure 2].[1] The name derives from a sweet(More)