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Clear cell hidradenoma is a rare benign skin appendageal tumor whose imaging findings have been even more rarely reported. We experienced a large clear cell hidradenoma of the left elbow in a 22-year-old man. MRI revealed a complex solid and cystic appearance with enhancing solid component.
Retrograde pyelography for a patient with left renal vein hypertension due to "nutcracker phenomenon" revealed pyelovenous backflow. This is considered to be the first actual demonstration of renal bleeding during the nutcracker phenomenon.
Incremental dynamic CT with a high-speed, high-resolution CT apparatus was utilized in four patients with small hepatic tumors. These tumors were imaged as minute, high-density regions, but were difficult to detect because they resembled transverse sections of the portal vein or were located immediately beneath the surface of the liver. Nevertheless,… (More)