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JRCR - updated author guidelines for 2011 by Roland Talanow et al.

Published: 2011 Jan
Issue: 5(1) :: Pages: 30-33


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Abstract: This article describes updates on author guidelines for manuscripts submitted after February 1st 2011 to the interactive Journal of Radiology Case Reports.


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Uterus didelphys with unilateral distal vaginal agenesis and ipsilateral renal agenesis: Common presentation of an unusual variation by Luther Adair II et al.

Published: 2011 Jan
Issue: 5(1) :: Pages: 1-8


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Abstract: Mullerian duct abnormalities are congenital malformations that are easily missed and can lead to incorrect diagnosis and unnecessary operative procedures. In this case, a young female presented with cyclic pelvic pain that continued after previous surgical resection of an ovarian cyst. Further investigation with clinical examinations and multimodality imaging demonstrated ipsilateral renal agenesis and a Class III Mullerian duct anomaly (MDA) requiring a second operative procedure. It is believed that this case is a variant of the described obstructed hemi-vagina with ipsilateral renal agenesis (OVIRA) anomaly as pathologically there was ipsilateral renal agenesis and complete vaginal agenesis in our case. It is imperative to have a high clinical suspicion of mullerian duct abnormalities when encountering a patient with other urogenital anomalies. This will decrease the amount of misdiagnoses, guide appropriate surgical intervention, and decrease the risk of future reproductive complications.


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Co-existing Sarcoidosis Confounds the Staging of Bilateral Renal Cell Carcinoma by Heather Willis et al.

Published: 2011 Jan
Issue: 5(1) :: Pages: 18-27


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Abstract: We present a case in which the undiagnosed condition of sarcoidosis complicated the staging of bilateral, subtype-discordant renal cell carcinoma. Initially thought to have metastatic renal cell carcinoma based on computed tomography imaging and referred for immunotherapy, a positron emission tomography/computed tomography scan demonstrated different levels of radiotracer activity in the primary site and the presumed pulmonary metastatic sites. The patient underwent bilateral partial nephrectomies and was ultimately diagnosed with stage T1 bilateral renal cell carcinoma and sarcoidosis. This case highlights the need to consider concurrent medical conditions that can lead to false positive results when evaluating for metastatic disease with imaging studies as well as the importance of evaluating the levels of radiotracer activity between different sites.


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Malignant transformation of an endometriotic cyst: MDCT and MR findings by Athina C. Tsili et al.

Published: 2011 Jan
Issue: 5(1) :: Pages: 9-17


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Abstract: Malignant transformation is a rare complication of endometriosis. MR criteria for diagnosis include the presence of soft-tissue components, enhancement after contrast material administration in an endometriotic cyst. We present the multidetector CT and MR imaging findings in a case of an incidentally found endometrioid adenocarcinoma in a left-sided ovarian endometrioma, occurring in a 30-year old woman. MR imaging enabled the correct preoperative characterization of the lesion, by depicting a soft-tissue element, with strong and early enhancement after gadolinium administration. The same area had high signal intensity on diffusion-weighted images and low apparent diffusion coefficient values due to restricted diffusion, findings also strongly suggestive of malignancy.


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