Yvan Narboux

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to determine the location of the pituitary bright spot in patients with pituitary macroadenomas before surgery. METHODS A total of 54 patients with pituitary macroadenomas were retrospectively included in this study. Nonenhanced spin-echo T1-weighted MR images were reviewed to identify the location of(More)
PURPOSE To illustrate that residual normal pituitary gland may show hyperintense signal on T1-weighted image after medical treatment of pituitary prolactinoma. MATERIAL and methods. Three patients treated with bromocriptine for a prolactinoma and showing hyperintense signal of the residual normal pituitary tissue on T1-weighted images were studied. In all(More)
Gas-containing gallstones are well-known in vitro. The typical triradiate arrangement of fissures filled with gas, first described on abdominal plain films, was named by Meyers the "Mercedes-Benz" sign. This sign is absent of the recent literature. We report a case where gas was the only CT sign suggesting the presence of gallstones in the gallbladder.
We present the case of a patient who experienced residual ischemic symptoms and invalidating chronic pain after an injury where three fingers of his left hand were sliced off by a chain saw. He underwent 5 stellate ganglion RF neurolysis over a two year period, followed by progressive and complete pain relief. We will underscore the value of CT guidance(More)
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