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Fleming J L - - 2004
A case of Little Leaguer's shoulder in a skeletally immature patient is described with a review of the English literature. This entity manifests as widening of the proximal humeral physis and is well known to our orthopedic colleagues. To our knowledge, however, there is little in the current radiologic literature ...
Lareau Christian - - 2004
An organized approach to CXR interpretation will take you most of the way toward your goal, which is to lead you to a well grounded differential diagnosis or, in the case of a normal CXR, to rule out a variety of possibilities. Working in collaboration with your radiologist, your own ...
Flemming Donald J - - 2003
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to describe the spectrum of radiologic and pathologic manifestations of calcific tendinitis involving bone. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed 50 cases of calcific tendinitis involving underlying bone. Clinical data reviewed included patient age and sex and lesion location. Images reviewed included radiographs ...
Tsuchiya Takayoshi - - 2003
A case of bronchopulmonary foregut malformation (BPFM) detected by multislice computed tomography with three-dimensional reconstruction (MSCT/3D) is reported. Concern for aspiration frequently limits the use of radiopaque contrast agents when anomalies of the lung and esophagus are suspected. MSCT/3D may make it possible to assess the communication and spatial relationship ...
Pawar S J - - 2003
We report two cases of posterior third ventricular choroid plexus papilloma, one in an 8-month-old infant and another in a two-year-old child. These cases presented with features of obstructive hydrocephalus. Both these patients underwent a ventriculo-peritoneal (VP) shunt surgery prior to the tumor excision. Following the VP shunt surgery both ...
Verdonk Peter C - - 2003
Distal femoral cortical irregularity (DFCI) is a benign entity presenting with either an irregular appearance or a focal radiolucency within the posterior cortex of the distal femur. Atypical cases should be differentiated from malignant lesions. The typical location of the lesion at the attachment of the head of the medial ...
Sreetharan S S - - 2003
Aerodigestive amyloidosis is a rare disorder characterized by fibrillar protein deposition in the aerodigestive tree. We present a case of a 19-year-old Chinese gentleman whose diagnosis was initially missed as he presented with features suggestive of severe bronchial asthma and was intubated and ventilated. He subsequently presented 2 years later ...
Hayakawa Katsumi - - 2003
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to review the radiological findings of three cases of total colon aganglionosis (TCA), hypoganglionosis, and immature ganglionosis, and to compare the differences in diagnosis and follow-up of these three disease entities. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Three neonates with neonatal onset of abdominal distension with ...
Lowry Thomas R - - 2003
Isolated unilateral temporal muscle hypertrophy is a rarely reported clinical entity with an unclear etiology. Consideration of a broad differential diagnosis combined with a detailed histologic and radiologic work-up will help the physician diagnose the underlying pathology. We report a new case of this uncommon entity, and we review the ...
Hoo Joe J - - 2003
A brother and a sister affected with brachyolmia (short trunk) are reported. Their radiological findings are compatible with brachyolmia, Hobaek type, which is characterized by platyspondyly, horizontal acetabular roof, short femoral neck, and vertical "mixed lucent and dense" striation pattern in the metaphyses of large long bones. Despite normal birth ...
Ridley Lloyd J - - 2002
The radiology report is an important, but often neglected, aspect of radiology. Suggestions on style and content are discussed. These include: (i) concise reporting; (ii) correct English; (iii) present tense for current reporting; (iv) reading the request with care; (v) recognizing the recipients; (vi) being aware of unintended readers; (vii) ...
Noffke C - - 2002
Nine cases with glandular odontogenic cysts (GOC's) are presented bringing the total number reported in the literature to 54. Our study confirmed that most GOC's occur in the mandible, whereas maxillary lesions present only in the globulo-maxillary region. The radiological features were found to be non-distinctive and presented as well-defined ...
Han Byoung Geun - - 2002
We report treatment of a 38-year-old man with minimal change disease (MCD) who developed pneumatosis intestinalis (PI) during administration of immune-suppressive agents. His immunosuppressive medication had been tapered to 15 mg/day of prednisolone. MCD was steroid-resistant type. Abdominal examination and laboratory studies were not clinically remarkable. Radiologic findings were consistent ...
Pekkafali Zekai - - 2002
Splenosis is heterotopic autotransplantation and seeding of splenic tissue. In the literature, only a few cases of splenosis involving the liver and the radiologic characteristics of these lesions have been reported. We report a case of intrahepatic splenosis diagnosed by ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and scintigraphic features. To ...
Thomsen Henrik S - - 2002
Recently, it has been suggested that gadolinium-based contrast media could be used for radiological examinations in patients with significant renal impairment, previous severe generalized reaction to iodinated contrast media or thyroid disease about to undergo radioactive iodine treatment; however, the indications for and risks of using gadolinium agents in this ...
Lee Paul S F - - 2002
Malignant peritoneal mesothelioma (MPM) is a rare condition with an overall incidence of one to two cases per million [Arch. Surg. 123 (1988) 765.]. It is a tumour that arises from the mesothelium of a serosal cavity. While simultaneous peritoneal and pleural involvement is found in 30-45% of cases of ...
Allen S H - - 2002
A case of acute demyelinating encephalomyelitis (ADEM) in a patient with HIV infection is reported. Although the diagnosis of ADEM is based on clinical and radiological findings, the potential for full recovery, with appropriate treatment, is highlighted by this case. A concise review of the subject is given in the ...
Gupta V - - 2002
We report a rare case of glossopharyngeal schwannoma whose clinical presentation and the radiological work up suggested an acoustic schwannoma. The diagnosis was made at surgery, once attachment to ninth cranial nerve was seen. The clinical presentation, radiological features and surgical findings of the glossopharyngeal schwannoma are presented along with ...
MacDonald-Jankowski D S - - 2002
AIM: The aim of this study was to determine the clinical and radiological presentation on plain films of central odontogenic myxomas (OM) in the Hong Kong Chinese and compare them to other reported series by a systematic review (SR). METHODS: The study had two elements, that of a complete series ...
Piqueres X - - 2002
Tarsal coalitions are uncommon entities. Talocalcaneal and calcaneonavicular synostosis are present in most of the reported cases. Cubonavicular coalition represents only 1% of all the cases in the literature reviewed. The current authors report on a new case of bilateral cubonavicular coalition and present a literature review. The authors also ...
Hopkins R E - - 2002
AIM: To describe the radiological features and natural history of sub-aponeurotic fluid collections presenting after the neonatal period. MATERIALS AND METHODS: All cases of sub-aponeurotic scalp fluid collection presenting to the radiology department between June 1996 and June 2000 were reviewed. Note was made of the birth history, the radiographic ...
Mirra J M - - 2001
Two cases are reported of a newly described intraosseous entity of vertebral bodies deemed "giant notochordal hamartoma of intraosseous origin". This entity is commonly mistaken for chordoma and must be distinguished from it as the consequences of misinterpretation may be serious. The clinical, radiological and histologic criteria that can be ...
Leung L Y - - 2001
Chondroblastoma of the vertebra is a very rare condition. To our knowledge fewer than 20 cases have been reported in the world literature. We report a 54-year-old man with chondroblastoma of the fifth lumbar vertebra. The clinical and radiological aspects of the tumor are discussed, emphasizing the presence of an ...
Chew F S - - 2001
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES: Radiology residents often experience the case-based teaching conference as an inquisition, during which the moderator painfully extracts observations, conclusions, and facts from a discussant while other attendees passively observe. This experience is frequently disliked by all participants. The author hypothesized that such conferences could be improved by ...
Menakaya J O - - 2001
Central pontine myelinolysis (CPM) is rare in childhood with only a few cases reported in world literature. We report a 7-year-old male who presented with acute ataxia, swallowing difficulties, dysarthria, and radiological features consistent with the disorder. He improved remarkably with oral prednisolone therapy and was almost back to normal ...
Memis Aysenur - - 2002
Clear cell chondrosarcoma is a rare variant of the bone tumors with distinct radiologic and pathologic features. In this report two cases of clear cell chondrosarcomas with atypical radiologic appearances are presented. The findings of X-ray films and MRI are described with histologic correlation. In the first case the lesion ...
Nijenhuis A V - - 2001
Neurofibromatosis type I patients usually present themselves with multiple neurofibromas and cafe-au-lait spots. We report a case with an intracerebral haemorrhage as an uncommon feature of the disease. The clinical, radiological, neurosurgical and histological features of this case are discussed and a review of the literature on the broad spectrum ...
Yamamoto T - - 2001
Reports detailing the radiologic features of tracheobronchial amyloidosis are scant and typically describe only the computed tomography findings of this disease. No reports have described the magnetic resonance (MR) findings of tracheobronchial amyloidosis. With this case, the authors describe the radiologic findings in a patient with diffuse tracheobronchial amyloidosis, focusing ...
Munden R F - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: We surveyed the members of the Society of Thoracic Radiology regarding their interpretation of and management decisions for very small (3-5 mm) pulmonary nodules-"ditzels"-noted on CT. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: A survey consisting of 13 case scenarios in which ditzels were encountered on CT examinations was mailed to the 406 ...
Miguel Alberto - - 2002
Self-citation, considered as the number of times a paper cites other papers in the same journal, is an important criteria of journal quality. Our objective is to evaluate the self-citation in the official journal of the Spanish Society of Radiology (Radiología), and to compare it with the European Radiology and ...
Tripathi A - - 2001
BACKGROUND: Subtilisins are proteolytic enzymes of bacterial origin found in detergents. They are high-molecular-weight antigens and have been implicated in allergic rhinitis and asthma. OBJECTIVE: This report describes a case of extrinsic allergic alveolitis due to subtilisins in a liquid cleaner. METHODS: Clinical, radiologic, and serologic information were used to ...
Naik S S - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: The introduction of picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) frequently includes the option of computer-generated itemized reports. This motivated us to reassess the merits of traditional prose dictated reports. This study examines radiologist and clinician preferences regarding report style and content. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The study was conducted in ...
Carreira C - - 2001
Vascular tumours of the breast are especially rare in men, and a majority of them are angiosarcomas. In fact, we found only four cases of haemangioma in males in the literature. We present a case of cavernous haemangioma in a male aged 48 years, and which commenced as a palpable ...
Faulkner K - - 2001
Since the development of interventional radiology, the number and complexity of procedures has increased significantly and continues to grow. Interventional radiology procedures offer substantial health care benefits. However, associated with the increasing complexity as well as a lack of quality control programmes and specific training in radiation protection, there is ...
Freyschmidt J - - 2001
The aim of this study was to review clinical and radiological signs of melorheostosis in a large series of cases. Family history, patient history, clinical data and radiological features of 23 consecutive cases of melorheostosis were investigated. Criteria for establishing the diagnosis "melorheostosis" were defined. Sixteen patients (mean age 34 ...
Gazio─člu N - - 2000
Idiopathic granulomatous hypophysitis is a rare inflammatory disease of unknown aetiology; few cases are reported. We review the clinical presentation and radiological characteristics of these cases and our own experience with three new surgical cases, to determine diagnostic criteria. MRI of three cases revealed sellar lesions extending into the chiasmatic ...
Tolaymat N - - 2000
Six children, aged 11 to 25 months, were found to have elevated serum alkaline phosphatase (ALP) levels (1,077 to 9,271 U/L) in the absence of disease. Benign transient hyperphosphatasemia (BTH) was diagnosed when the serum ALP levels returned to normal or decreased significantly within 3 months. Several theories have been ...
Thornton F J - - 2000
Tophaceous gout of the spine is rare. We report the case of a 27-year-old male, renal transplant recipient, who presented with an acute onset of lower back pain. Radiological, biochemical and histo-pathological findings confirmed a diagnosis of tophaceous gout of the lumbar spine. We present the case history with the ...
Castellano-Sanchez A A - - 2000
Chordoid glioma of the third ventricle is a recently characterized primary neoplasm of the central nervous system. We present a case and discuss the pathologic and radiologic features. We are aware of only 16 other cases documented in the world literature. This radiologic-pathologic correlation alerts pathologists and radiologists to recognize ...
Williams S M - - 2000
AIM: To assess the impact and cost effectiveness of a system of radiological review of accident and emergency (A&E) plain films. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Review documentation was studied retrospectively over a 1-year period. Six hundred and eighty-four actual or suspected errors in the initial radiological interpretation by A&E staff were ...
Goldberg D J - - 2000
Our goal was to implement an interactive neuroradiologic teaching file that can be accessed on the Internet and easily expanded to include radiologic, clinical, and pathologic correlation. Our growing interactive neuroradiologic teaching file is available on the Internet. It provides an easily accessed database of interesting cases to aid in ...
Di Rocco M - - 2000
We report the case of a baby girl who presented with rickets at 3 months. At the age of 5 months she was readmitted because of nystagmus and a diagnosis of osteopetrosis was made on the basis of clinical and radiological findings. Rickets is a paradoxical feature of osteopetrosis resulting ...
Hsieh M J - - 2000
Catamenial hemoptysis is a rare form of hemoptysis. It is a term for the condition of hemoptysis associated with menses. Few cases have been reported in the literature. Only one case, treated by video-assisted thoracoscopic wedge resection, has been described. We report the case of a 26-year-old woman who suffered ...
Bech R A - - 2000
OBJECTS: Clinical symptoms and signs of increased intracranial pressure (ICP) may be nonspecific and unreliable, or even entirely absent, in hydrocephalic infants and children. Even with a radiological examination, it is often difficult to distinguish between "arrested hydrocephalus" and slowly progressive hydrocephalus requiring treatment. METHODS: We present two cases with ...
Stoll C - - 2000
Whereas the deposition of calcium within soft tissues is not infrequent, the development of highly structured, mineralized tissue histologically identifiable as true bone is uncommon and can cause a variety of clinical features. This article reports the clinical and radiological features in a patient with progressive osseous heteroplasia (POH), a ...
Dutt S N - - 2000
An unusual case of a desmoplastic fibroma of the temporal bone is presented. Although classified benign, this intraosseous lesion exhibits local aggressiveness and has a high potential for recurrence. This rare condition occurs predominantly in the mandible and in the long bones and is seldom seen in the calvarium. Here ...
Ballaux C - - 2000
Due to the volatile nature of selenium and selenium dioxide, an important atmospheric dispersion of 75Se can occur in case of a violent fire (>800 degrees C). This type of accident is possible when transporting or using a highly active 75Se source for gamma radiography. The consequences of this dispersion ...
Dilley A V - - 2000
The management of malrotation when it is an incidental finding is unclear. This retrospective study reports an analysis of radiological and operative findings in a series of 71 patients. There were no deaths. We report a false-positive rate of 15% for upper gastrointestinal contrast studies reported as showing malrotation. Our ...
Harris R - - 2000
Tracheal laceration is a rare complication of endotracheal intubation. We present a case of tracheal laceration after a simple prehospital tracheal intubation in a patient with severe tracheomalacia. The most likely cause of the tracheal injury was massive overinflation of the endotracheal tube cuff and the preexisting tracheal wall weakness. ...
Fontana A - - 2000
We report the case of a patient who showed clinical and radiological signs of massive polyethylene wear 3 years after total hip replacement. Arthroscopy was performed to assess the loosening of the acetabular cup. The procedure showed the polyethylene element to be broken into three pieces in the area corresponding ...
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