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Aspestrand F - - 1988
The localized dilatation below the confluence of the bile and pancreatic ducts is known as the ampulla of Vater. The purpose of the present study was to delineate the radiological features of the choledochopancreaticoduodenal junction, with special reference to ampullar formation in this region. This was done by specimen radiography ...
Martin J R - - 1988
A cross-sectional survey of the work force at an iron ore surface mine and beneficiation plant in Labrador identified cases with a radiologic diagnosis compatible with simple pneumoconiosis by the International Labour Organization (ILO) classification (1980). Their distribution by ILO categories 1, 2, and 3, after excluding those with confounding ...
Hallas J - - 1988
The clinical and radiologic findings in a case of sterno-costo-clavicular hyperostosis are reported and compared with the findings in the 23 Caucasian and about 300 Japanese cases reported in the literature. The main complaints are pain in the upper anterior chest wall and sometimes limited mobility of the shoulders. Radiologically, ...
Nortjé C J - - 1988
Ninety-three clinically and radiologically diagnosed cases of periostitis ossificans were gathered over a 13-year period. Histologic specimens were available in 19 cases. The predominant age, race, and gender were determined. The position of the periosteal reaction, its average length and width, and radiographs required to best demonstrate it were also ...
Gulmi F A - - 1988
Primary localized amyloidosis of the ureter is very rare, and only 22 cases have been reported in the world literature. We report the twenty-third case along with a review of the relevant literature. Due to its radiologic resemblance to malignancy, many cases were treated by nephroureterectomy in the past. The ...
Lagier R - - 1988
A case of hip osteoarthrosis associated with ochronosis in a 65-year-old woman is reported. Characteristic features of both conditions were observed macroscopically and on light and electron microscopic examination. In the cartilage the pigment deposits were located on and between thick collagen fibrils. In the synovial membrane there were embedded ...
Outwater E - - 1988
Osteitis condensans of the clavicle is a benign, often painful disorder of unknown etiology manifested by bony sclerosis of the clavicular head with an uninvolved sternoclavicular joint. The case presented demonstrates the characteristic scintigraphic findings of osteitis condensans of the clavicle. A review of the published pathologically proven cases reveals ...
Siar C H - - 1988
The records of the Division of Stomatology, Institute for Medical Research, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, were reviewed for the incidence of odontogenic keratocysts of the orthokeratinised variety, during the 20-year-period, 1967 to 1986. Nine cases were found. The clinical, histological and radiological features of these cases are reported. Many features were ...
Talab Y A - - 1988
This is a report of a 6-year-old girl with the rare syndrome of hyperostosis with hyperphosphatemia. Only eight cases have been previously reported. The main features of this syndrome are repeated attacks of bone pain and swelling, the radiologic finding of periosteal reaction with cortical hyperostosis, and the laboratory finding ...
Tucker G S - - 1988
Twenty-six cases of fractures of the proximal end of the femur were studied to assess the role of osteomalacia. Biochemical, radiological and histological investigations were carried out in all the cases. Osteomalacia, commonly subclinical, was found to be the underlying cause in 65 per cent of cases. Histological analysis of ...
Coptcoat M J - - 1988
32 steinstrasse formations in the first 600 extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy treatments required intervention. Their radiological appearance has been classified into 3 types and the aetiology of each type is discussed. 24 cases received a primary needle nephrostomy to relieve obstruction and of these 18 passed spontaneously, 5 required ureteroscopic manipulation ...
van der Harten H J - - 1988
The radiologic and pathologic characteristics of 7 cases of lethal osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), diagnosed prenatally by ultrasound in the 15th to 34th week, are described. They include four variants of the Sillence classification: types IIA, IIB, IIC, and type III. The radiologic criteria that differentiate these types of OI are ...
Moser R P RP - - 1988
This study reviews 16 cases of chondroblastoma of the patella which constitute nearly 6% of a large group of chondroblastomas scattered throughout the skeleton. Both radiologic and histologic appearances of chondroblastomas of the patella are indistinguishable from those of chondroblastomas arising in other sites. A reasonable differential diagnosis, including chondromalacia ...
Lachman R S - - 1988
Analysis of 20 cases of metaphyseal chondrodysplasia, Schmid type as well as a review of the world literature reveals a specific autosomal dominant disorder that was often over-diagnosed in the past, sometimes resulting in incorrect genetic counselling. Significant radiologic features include an enlarged capital femoral epiphysis in early childhood, coxa ...
Casselman J W - - 1987
The purpose of this report is to document an additional case of synovial chondromatosis of the temporomandibular joint and to present its radiological features with emphasis on the CT findings. It should be stressed that the value of the radiologic examination primarily depends on the extent of calcification of the ...
Tuck J S - - 1987
There are three recognised variations of gas within the wall of the stomach (interstitial emphysema, cystic pneumatosis and emphysematous gastritis). Only 26 cases of interstitial emphysema have been described, with an overall mortality of 42%, and we report the first known case of this rare phenomenon associated with acute appendicitis. ...
Guss D A - - 1987
We report a case of recurring epiglottitis in an adult. The patient presented with complaints of a sore throat and fever. The presence of a muffled voice led to radiologic and indirect laryngoscopic examination confirming the diagnosis. The patient responded promptly to glucocorticoids and parenteral antibiotics. Over the ensuing six ...
O'Donoghue G M - - 1987
High resolution computerized tomographic scanning was used in the preoperative evaluation of 50 patients with chronic suppurative ear disease. The radiological predictions were compared with the operative findings in each case. This form of imaging proved to be highly accurate in depicting the extent of soft tissue within the middle ...
Dieckmann K P - - 1987
The adrenal myelolipoma is a benign, endocrinologically inactive tumor whose histologic structure consists of mature adipose tissue with foci of hematopoietic cells. A case is presented of a seventy-one-year-old woman in whom the diagnosis was established preoperatively by means of sonography, computerized tomography, and magnetic resonance tomography. In a review ...
Colhoun E N - - 1987
The clinical and radiological features of four patients with inter-sterno-costo-clavicular ossification are described. The process was associated with established seronegative spondyloarthropathy in three cases of whom four had long standing psoriasis, the other having ankylosing spondylitis. In the fourth case no associated arthropathy was present. A review of the literature ...
Matsuno T - - 1987
Chondroblastoma is a relatively rare benign bone tumor of cartilage origin. Roentgenologically it presents usually as a region of lytic destruction of bone with a thin sclerotic rim in the epiphysis of long tubular bone. Less than 9% occur in the pelvic bones but show a tendency to arise from ...
Naim-Ur-Rahman - - 1987
The authors report a rare case of cranial and intracranial mycetoma which presented with occipital sinuses, extensive involvement of skull vault and base, an extradural granuloma and intracranial hypertension. Radiological appearances are reviewed. The computerized tomography findings are the first of their kind for this condition. The diagnosis and treatment ...
Hamilton H W - - 1986
This report is a prospective review of 450 low-friction arthroplasties (LFAs) performed by a single surgeon from 1972 to 1983 in a community hospital. The clinical results show sustained quality of the result over a maximum follow-up period of 11 years. The radiologic review shows a slight increase in the ...
Morris I M - - 1986
A case is reported in which clinical and radiological abnormalities were present nine years after the initial acute presentation of intervertebral disc calcification of childhood. In view of the major anatomical and pathological changes that have been described with this condition it is suggested that the prognosis should be guarded.
Salazar J - - 1986
The authors review their personal series of over 250 parathyroid explorations since 1957. The rationale for treatment of asymptomatic hypercalcemia is discussed. Emphasis is placed on early exploration of hypercalcemic crisis. The relationship of hyperparathyroidism to MEA syndromes is discussed with illustrate cases. The value of sonography, CT scanning, and ...
Evans G - - 1986
Two forms of treatment of Kienböck's disease were compared in a total of thirty-seven wrists. Sixteen had been treated conservatively and were followed-up for an average of twenty years. Twenty-one had undergone silicone replacement arthroplasty an average of five years prior to review. Clinical results of conservative treatment showed four ...
Challa V R - - 1986
Upward projection of the cerebellar vermis through the tentorial hiatus is called upward vermal herniation (UVH). UVH is less common in clinical practice than uncal herniation. Even more uncommon is chronic vermal herniation and impaction in the tentorial hiatus. To illustrate this phenomenon, we present the clinical, radiological, and morphological ...
Rotilio A - - 1986
Disendocrine manifestations during aqueductal stenosis are more and more frequently reported in literature. In the present study, 20 cases of benign aqueductal stenosis associated with disendocrine features as amenorrhea, obesity, polydipsia and polyuria, dwarfism, acromegalic features, hypogonadism, precocious puberty, gigantism are stressed. Authors discuss clinical findings and pathogenetic hypothesis on ...
Lim Tan S K - - 1986
A case of osteosarcoma in a 14 month old girl is reported. The child presented with a history of difficulty in standing for 2 months and x-rays revealed an osteolytic lesion in the upper third of the femur associated with widening of bone and periosteal reaction. Osteosarcoma was diagnosed by ...
- - 1985
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is announcing the availability of a report prepared by the X-Ray Standard Review Group (XSRG) in FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH). The report contains the review group's assessment of the performance standard for diagnostic x-ray systems and their major components. It ...
Kanter W R - - 1985
A case of hemangioma of the nasal bones is reported. Clinical and radiologic findings, including CT scan, are presented and the literature reviewed. Although rare, the lesion often has a characteristic clinical and radiologic presentation that can be recognized preoperatively. CT scanning is helpful in defining tumor characteristics and extent. ...
Gedgaudas-McClees R K - - 1985
A case of lymphomatous infiltration of the esophagus presenting as diffuse nodularity on double contrast esophagography is presented. This report is a reminder to the radiologist and clinician of the varied roentgen manifestations of many entities involving the esophagus in the immunocompromised patient and the difficulty in radiological differential diagnosis.
Shapir J - - 1985
This article reviews our experience with 19 cases of Barrett oesophagus. Radiological findings included hiatus hernia, gastro-oesophageal reflux, strictures and oesophagitis. The strictures were most commonly distal. The recently described lace-like reticular pattern of the mucosa was noted in one case of the 15 who had air-contrast views. It was ...
Dachman A H - - 1985
Mucocele of the appendix is a descriptive term for an abnormal mucous accumulation distending the appendiceal lumen. Pseudomyxoma peritonei is characterized by mucinous ascites and implants throughout the abdominal cavity. Thirty-four cases of appendiceal mucocele and seven cases of pseudomyxoma peritonei of appendiceal origin on file at the Armed Forces ...
Yagan R - - 1985
We report a case of multiple diverticula of the ureter. The clinical and radiological findings of the previously reported 41 cases, including our own, are analyzed, and the microscopic findings of the condition are reviewed. Multiple diverticula of the ureter or ureteral diverticulosis is most likely an acquired condition with ...
Persinger M A - - 1985
A strong temporal correlation was found between the numbers of reports of UFOs (unidentified flying objects) and nearby seismic activity within the Uinta Basin for the year 1967. The numbers of UFO reports per month during this classic UFO flap were correlated 0.80 with the sum of the earthquake magnitudes ...
Shipton E A - - 1985
An 18-year-old black youth with myositis ossificans progressiva recently underwent eye surgery. The clinical, laboratory and radiological findings are described. The problems associated with anaesthesia are presented and their management is discussed. The condition is briefly reviewed.
Jabre A - - 1985
One hundred fifty cases of anterior sacral meningocele have been reported in the world literature. This rare pathologic entity was first recognized and described by Bryant in 1837. We report a patient with an incidental anterior sacral meningocele. Our patient is the oldest reported in the literature. The incidental feature ...
Herva R - - 1985
A sporadic case of multisynostotic osteodysgenesis is reported in a 15-day-old female infant with urogenital abnormalities. The main radiological findings were craniosynostosis, radiohumeral synostosis, femoral bowing and fractures. The typical combination of clinical and radiologic findings allow the ready recognition of this syndrome. Seven earlier cases have been reported, five ...
Pavlin J E - - 1984
Two cases of epignathus are presented. The classification and clinical and radiological diagnoses are reviewed. Epignathi are rare embryological tumors, but with better preoperative assessment and awareness, safe surgical excision can be carried out. A careful long-term follow-up with regular examinations is essential to detect any residual lesions or extensions ...
Cox H E - - 1984
A recent case of absence of a cervical pedicle in a traumatized patient is presented. An incorrect radiological interpretation of the patient's plain films resulted in inappropriate management. Further radiological investigation, including computed tomography, revealed the underlying abnormality, and prevented subsequent misadventure . A review of the literature on this ...
Sinnreich A I - - 1984
Arterial malformations of the middle ear are rare entities which, if unrecognized, can lead to serious complications. We will present six such cases and summarize the relevant literature. Our presentation will review the development of middle ear arterial structures. Radiologic techniques useful in delineating these conditions will be described, and ...
Ghahremani G G - - 1984
This article describes a series of 12 adult patients in whom a prominent and mobile polypoid fold of the oesophagogastric region was demonstrated radiologically. Subsequent endoscopic and histopathologic studies confirmed the presence of an inflammatory pseudopolyp at the squamocolumnar junction and contiguous with a thick gastric rugal fold. The clinical ...
Neumann G - - 1984
Wegener's granulomatosis (WG) is a rare disease in pediatric patients. The case of a 14-year-old girl with generalized WG is described and the pediatric literature reviewed. Thirty additional cases of WG in childhood have been traced in previous studies. Diagnostic problems are discussed in the context of clinical, radiological and ...
Grynpas M D - - 1984
Milk of calcium is an unusual radiologic entity which covers a wide variety of stones of various compositions. They only have in common the fact that in vivo stone movement is indicated by radiologic pictures taken at different postures of the patient. Despite over 100 cases reported in the literature, ...
Fisher A - - 1983
We report a collaborative study of 11 patients with upbeat nystagmus in the primary position of gaze. In most cases the nystagmus behaved in accordance with Alexander's Law; in 3 patients convergence enhanced the nystagmus. Lateral gaze was without effect in 7 instances. Static tilt to prone and supine positions ...
Vukanovic S - - 1983
The authors report five cases of myonecrosis varying in degree of severity and extent of the lesions, following drug overdose in young patients. The pathogenesis of this condition is discussed with reference both to the literature and the radiological findings of the present study. The clinical and radiological manifestations are ...
McLoud T C - - 1983
A scheme was devised for semiquantitative description of the diffuse infiltrative lung diseases using the graphic terminology of the International Labour Office and Union Internationale Contre le Cancer (ILO/UC) classification. Conventions for grading the type (rounded or "pqr" and irregular or "stu"), severity (profusion in 12 steps), localization of opacities, ...
Mackworth-Young C G - - 1983
The case of a middle-aged professional musician with a presumed encephalitis is reported. Clinical and radiological evidence suggested a mainly right-sided lesion. He complained of a wide variety of musical symptoms which occurred in a mainly sequential manner: these are described and classified. Their relationship to a predominantly right-sided lesion ...
Cho S R - - 1983
The radiological manifestations of four cases of polypoid carcinoma of the esophagus are reviewed. A large pedunculated intraluminal mass, mimicking a foreign body was seen in three of the four cases. Due to this predominant exophytic growth, the follow-up esophagogram was normal in two patients after radiotherapy, despite the very ...
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