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Localized nodular synovitis of the knee: MR imaging appearance and clinical correlates in 21 patients.
TLDR
There is no typical MR appearance for this lesion, but many features help to differentiate it from pigmented villonodular synovitis, which may produce symptoms related to mechanical derangement of the knee.
Brain injury after acute carbon monoxide poisoning: early and late complications.
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Carbon monoxide can produce different patterns of brain injury in the acute and delayed stages and CT and MRI features are valuable in the delineation of disease extent and helpful for understanding the pathophysiologic mechanisms.
Avulsion fracture of the head of the fibula (the "arcuate" sign): MR imaging findings predictive of injuries to the posterolateral ligaments and posterior cruciate ligament.
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An avulsion fracture of the fibular head generally involves the styloid process and causes injury of some of the major stabilizers in the posterolateral corner.
Six-month efficacy of platelet-rich plasma for carpal tunnel syndrome: A prospective randomized, single-blind controlled trial
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This study demonstrates that PRP is a safe modality that effectively relieves pain and improves disability in the patients with CTS.
CT Findings for Detecting the Presence of Gangrenous Ischemia in Cholecystitis.
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A markedly distended gallbladder associated with decreased wall enhancement is highly specific for gangrenous cholecystitis.
Using Multidetector-Row CT for the Diagnosis of Afferent Loop Syndrome Following Gastroenterostomy Reconstruction
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The results suggest that MDCT is a reliable modality for assessing the etiologies of ALS and guiding treatment decisions and found that a fluid-filled C-shaped afferent loop in combination with valvulae conniventes projecting into the lumen was the most common MDCT features of ALS.
Osteochondral Autografts for Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Talus
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The results showed that this procedure provided an effective treatment for a symptomatic advanced-stage OCD of the talus with multiple autogenous osteochondral cylindrical grafts.
MR imaging of bone marrow edema and joint effusion in patients with osteonecrosis of the femoral head: relationship to pain.
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Bone marrow edema seems to have a stronger association with pain than does joint effusion in osteonecrosis of the femoral head, and was 12.6 times greater when the hip was painful than when it was not.
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