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Other Radiology articles from the Technical/IT & Innovative section Technical/IT & Innovative

Educational treasures in Radiology: The Radiology Olympics - striving for gold in Radiology education by Roland Talanow et al.

Published: 2010 Oct
Issue: 4(10) :: Pages: 32-34


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Abstract: This article focuses on Radiology Olympics (www.RadiologyOlympics.com) - a collaboration with the international Radiology community for Radiology education, Radiolopolis (www.Radiolopolis.com). The Radiology Olympics honour the movers and shakers in Radiology education and offer an easy to use platform for educating medical professionals based on Radiology cases.


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Other Radiology articles from the Neuroradiology section Neuroradiology

MRI findings in herniation of the spinal cord by Yune Kwong et al.

Published: 2010 Oct
Issue: 4(10) :: Pages: 1-5


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Abstract: Herniation of the spinal cord is a rare condition that causes non specific neurological deficits that are often a diagnostic challenge to clinicians. Despite several reports in the neurosurgical literature, it is only recently that the imaging appearances of this condition have come to be recognised, due mainly to the widespread adoption of spinal MRI. It is important for radiologists to recognise the telltale MRI features of this condition, as several cases have undergone initial misdiagnosis, resulting in delayed treatment We present a case with typical imaging features to familiarise radiologists with this condition, as it is likely that more cases will come to the fore, with more spinal MRIs being performed.


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Other Radiology articles from the Interventional Radiology section Interventional Radiology

Sinistral Portal Hypertension: Presentation, Radiological Findings, and Treatment Options - A Case Report by Nima Kokabi et al.

Published: 2010 Oct
Issue: 4(10) :: Pages: 14-20


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Abstract: Sinistral portal hypertension occurs when a pathological process causes occlusion of the splenic vein. The resultant elevated splenic bed venous pressure causes formation of gastric varices which can lead to hematemesis as a common presentation for this disease process. We present a case of sinistral portal hypertension in a patient with acute hematemesis as the primary presentation. Despite the challenging diagnosis process, the patient underwent splenectomy and was managed appropriately according to previously published literature.


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Gossypiboma of the Breast: Imaging Findings by Sibel Kul et al.

Published: 2010 Oct
Issue: 4(10) :: Pages: 21-25


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Abstract: We report a case of retained surgical sponge in the breast with its sonographic and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging findings. Striped and spotted low signal intensity structures seen within the lesion on T2 weighted MR imaging was characteristic. Sonographic examination also was helpful with the appearance of strong posterior acoustic shadowing at the lesion. It is extremely rare, to see a gossypiboma in the breast. A high degree of suspicion and imaging findings are very important for the diagnosis.


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Other Radiology articles from the Pediatric Radiology section Pediatric Radiology

Pediatric Gastric Teratoma by Marco Cesar Valenzuela-Ramos et al.

Published: 2010 Oct
Issue: 4(10) :: Pages: 6-13


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Abstract: Neoplasms from germ cell origin are a heterogeneous group of tumors rarely seen in the pediatric population, teratoma is the most frequent among them. They can occur in either gonadal or extragonadal locations. Extragonadal teratoma arising from abdominal viscera is very unusual. There are less than a hundred reported cases of gastric teratoma in the worldwide literature. Since the occurrence of this pathology in the pediatric age group is quite rare, we describe a case of a teratoma located in the lesser curvature of the stomach in an infant with an emphasis in radiologic-pathologic correlation.


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Other Radiology articles from the General Radiology section General Radiology

A Tender Pulsatile Epigastric Mass is NOT Always an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: A Case Report and Review of Literature by Osama Moussa et al.

Published: 2010 Oct
Issue: 4(10) :: Pages: 26-31


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Abstract: Of greatest concern in the assessment of a patient with a tender pulsatile abdominal mass is the possibility of a leaking or ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA). Other serious abdominal pathologies may demonstrate the same clinical signs but require entirely different treatments. Even amongst patients with proven abdominal aortic aneurysms CT imaging findings may influence the timing and nature of surgery and provide useful prognostic information. We present a case in which a large abdominal tender pulsatile mass was not aortic in origin. The patient had a significantly large tender congested liver associated with right side heart failure due to progressive tricuspid valve regurgitation. We have also discussed the differential diagnoses which may mimic abdominal aneurysms and discussed the role of imaging in resolving these problems.


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