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Other Radiology articles from the Interventional Radiology section Interventional Radiology

Percutaneous Approach for Removal of a Migrated Cystogastric Stent from a Pancreatic Pseudocyst: A Case Report and Review of the Literature by Al-Shehri Shaker et al.

Published: 2016 Feb
Issue: 10(2) :: Pages: 18-25


Free full text article: Percutaneous Approach for Removal of a Migrated Cystogastric Stent from a Pancreatic Pseudocyst:  A Case Report and Review of the Literature

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Abstract: Stent migration into pancreatic pseudocysts during endosonographic (EUS) cystogastrostomy is a relatively rare complication. The migrated stent may induce, if it remains within the body, infection and perforation. Therefore, retrieval and/or re-stenting is necessary. Endoscopic retrieval is commonly attempted first. However, it is technically challenging and largely dependent on the skill of the endoscopists; if retrieval is unsuccessful, surgery is usually carried out. We report a case of stent migration into a pancreatic pseudocyst that was retrieved with a percutaneous approach under imaging guidance using a simple technique with available devices. A technique that enhances the role of interventional radiology in the management of this rare complication.


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Other Radiology articles from the Interventional Radiology section Interventional Radiology

Late Migration of a Covered Stent into the Stomach after Repair of a Splenic Artery Pseudoaneurysm by Alberto Rebonato et al.

Published: 2016 Feb
Issue: 10(2) :: Pages: 26-32


Free full text article: Late Migration of a Covered Stent into the Stomach after Repair of a Splenic Artery Pseudoaneurysm

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Abstract: We would like to report our experience of a rather rare complication that occurred in a 76-year old patient tree years after endovascular repair of a splenic artery pseudoaneurysm with a covered stent. Three years after stent insertion, the patient complained of mild abdominal pain and melena; it was revealed endoscopically that the covered stent has eroded the stomach wall and migrated into the stomach. The splenic artery is the most common location among the spectrum of potential presentation sites of visceral arteries aneurysms and pseudoaneurysms. Endovascular treatment with the use of coils or stents is the first option due to lower morbidity and mortality than open surgery. Endovascular repair may also lead to complications and patients need to be followed up in order to confirm aneurysm sealing, and exclude late complication. Minor stent graft migration may occur in the long term, however extra vascular migration is extremely rare.


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Other Radiology articles from the Pediatric Radiology section Pediatric Radiology

Congenital anterior urethrocutaneous fistula at the penoscrotal junction with proximal penile megalourethra: A case report by Shih-Yao Cheng et al.

Published: 2016 Feb
Issue: 10(2) :: Pages: 33-37


Free full text article: Congenital anterior urethrocutaneous fistula at the penoscrotal junction with proximal penile megalourethra: A case report

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Abstract: Congenital anterior urethrocutaneous fistula and megalourethra are both rare anomalies. These anomalies are commonly associated with other anorectal or genitourinary anomalies and evaluated with voiding cystourethrography. We examined a 34-month-old boy who presented with a fistula at the penoscrotal junction. A voiding cystourethrogram showed a jet of urine coming through the fistula and proximal saccular dilatation of the penile urethra. We present the imaging findings of the first case of an association between a congenital anterior urethrocutaneous fistula at the penoscrotal junction and a proximal penile megalourethra. We also discuss the etiology, management, and differential diagnosis of this entity, and review the literature.


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Other Radiology articles from the Musculoskeletal Imaging section Musculoskeletal Imaging

Apparent diffusion coefficient map of a case of extramedullary plasmacytoma by Amrutha Ramachandran et al.

Published: 2016 Feb
Issue: 10(2) :: Pages: 10-17


Free full text article: Apparent diffusion coefficient map of a case of extramedullary plasmacytoma

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Abstract: Plasmacytomas are rare tumors, which arise from the monoclonal proliferation of malignant plasma cells. They may affect either the bony skeleton or rarely the soft tissues, the latter being referred to as extramedullary or extraosseous. We report a case of an extramedullary plasmacytoma that presented as a soft tissue mass involving the muscles of the left leg, in a patient who was previously treated for multiple myeloma. We describe the MR Imaging characteristics of the tumor and highlight the usefulness of diffusion-weighted imaging with apparent diffusion coefficient mapping.


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Other Radiology articles from the Neuroradiology section Neuroradiology

Primary osteogenic osteosarcoma of the ethmoid sinus in an adolescent: case report by Marta E. Gonzalez et al.

Published: 2016 Feb
Issue: 10(2) :: Pages: 1-9


Free full text article: Primary osteogenic osteosarcoma of the ethmoid sinus in an adolescent: case report

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Abstract: Osteosarcomas of the craniofacial bones account for fewer than 10% of all osteosarcomas. Primary osteosarcomas of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinus are rare (0.5-8.1% of the osteosarcomas occur in this location). Because of the rarity of this presentation, we report a case of osteogenic osteosarcoma arising de novo from the ethmoid bone in a 13 year old male who presented with discharge from the right eye and headaches. We describe the imaging features of this rare tumor and provide a brief review of the literature.


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