Search for articles: by Title or Body region


Surprise me!

Let us surprise you with an interesting article
Let us surprise you with an interesting article




Browse by Modalities





Browse by Journal Sections
Read more Radiology articles from this section
General Radiology
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Neuroradiology
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Thoracic Radiology
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Cardiac Imaging
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Breast Imaging
Read more Radiology articles from this section
OB/GYN
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Gastrointestinal Radiology
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Genitourinary Radiology
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Musculoskeletal Imaging
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Interventional Radiology
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Pediatric Radiology
Read more Radiology articles from this section
Nuclear Medicine





Browse by Journal Issues

2018
: Issue 12 (1) :: Issue 12 (2) :: Issue 12 (3) :: Issue 12 (4) :: Issue 12 (5) :: Issue 12 (6) :
: Issue 12 (7) :: Issue 12 (8) :
2017
: Issue 11 (1) :: Issue 11 (2) :: Issue 11 (3) :: Issue 11 (4) :: Issue 11 (5) :: Issue 11 (6) :
: Issue 11 (7) :: Issue 11 (8) :: Issue 11 (9) :: Issue 11 (10) :: Issue 11 (11) :: Issue 11 (12) :
2016
: Issue 10 (1) :: Issue 10 (2) :: Issue 10 (3) :: Issue 10 (4) :: Issue 10 (5) :: Issue 10 (6) :
: Issue 10 (7) :: Issue 10 (8) :: Issue 10 (9) :: Issue 10 (10) :: Issue 10 (11) :: Issue 10 (12) :
2015
: Issue 9 (1) :: Issue 9 (2) :: Issue 9 (3) :: Issue 9 (4) :: Issue 9 (5) :: Issue 9 (6) :
: Issue 9 (7) :: Issue 9 (8) :: Issue 9 (9) :: Issue 9 (10) :: Issue 9 (11) :: Issue 9 (12) :
2014
: Issue 8 (1) :: Issue 8 (2) :: Issue 8 (3) :: Issue 8 (4) :: Issue 8 (5) :: Issue 8 (6) :
: Issue 8 (7) :: Issue 8 (8) :: Issue 8 (9) :: Issue 8 (10) :: Issue 8 (11) :: Issue 8 (12) :
2013
: Issue 7 (1) :: Issue 7 (2) :: Issue 7 (3) :: Issue 7 (4) :: Issue 7 (5) :: Issue 7 (6) :
: Issue 7 (7) :: Issue 7 (8) :: Issue 7 (9) :: Issue 7 (10) :: Issue 7 (11) :: Issue 7 (12) :
2012
: Issue 6 (1) :: Issue 6 (2) :: Issue 6 (3) :: Issue 6 (4) :: Issue 6 (5) :: Issue 6 (6) :
: Issue 6 (7) :: Issue 6 (8) :: Issue 6 (9) :: Issue 6 (10) :: Issue 6 (11) :: Issue 6 (12) :
2011
: Issue 5 (1) :: Issue 5 (2) :: Issue 5 (3) :: Issue 5 (4) :: Issue 5 (5) :: Issue 5 (6) :
: Issue 5 (7) :: Issue 5 (8) :: Issue 5 (9) :: Issue 5 (10) :: Issue 5 (11) :: Issue 5 (12) :
2010
: Issue 4 (1) :: Issue 4 (2) :: Issue 4 (3) :: Issue 4 (4) :: Issue 4 (5) :: Issue 4 (6) :
: Issue 4 (7) :: Issue 4 (8) :: Issue 4 (9) :: Issue 4 (10) :: Issue 4 (11) :: Issue 4 (12) :
2009
: Issue 3 (1) :: Issue 3 (2) :: Issue 3 (3) :: Issue 3 (4) :: Issue 3 (5) :: Issue 3 (6) :
: Issue 3 (7) :: Issue 3 (8) :: Issue 3 (9) :: Issue 3 (10) :: Issue 3 (11) :: Issue 3 (12) :
 

August 2017 Issue

 




Other Radiology articles from the Genitourinary Radiology section Genitourinary Radiology

Adult Acute Scrotal Edema - When Radiologists Can Help to Avoid Unnecessary Surgical Treatment by Romeu Duarte Mesquita et al.

Published: 2017 Aug
Issue: 11(8) :: Pages: 24-30


Free full text article: Adult Acute Scrotal Edema - When Radiologists Can Help to Avoid Unnecessary Surgical Treatment

Fulltext article    PDF fulltext

Abstract: Acute idiopathic scrotal edema is a commonly painless self-limiting condition causing scrotal swelling, and is usually seen in children. In some cases, this condition is difficult to differentiate it from other causes of acute scrotum. In the right clinical scenario, ultrasonography has been used to confirm the diagnosis. We describe the ultrasound and CT findings of acute idiopathic scrotal edema in a 72-year-old male with coexistent involvement of the inferior abdominal wall.


Available image modalities: (click on modality to browse for other articles)
Ultrasound, Computed Tomography, Table





Other Radiology articles from the Gastrointestinal Radiology section Gastrointestinal Radiology

Complicated Gastric Duplication Cyst in an Adult Patient: Uncommon presentation of an uncommon disease by Mohamad Abdalkader et al.

Published: 2017 Aug
Issue: 11(8) :: Pages: 16-23


Free full text article: Complicated Gastric Duplication Cyst in an Adult Patient: Uncommon presentation of an uncommon disease

Fulltext article    PDF fulltext

Abstract: Gastric duplication cyst is a very rare congenital anomaly accounting up to 4% of all gastrointestinal tract duplications. It is a quite rare anomaly in adults, the majority of the cases are diagnosed in the neonatal period. Gastric duplication cysts are usually asymptomatic or they do present with non-specific symptoms. They are usually discovered incidentally during endoscopy or laparotomy or very rarely after getting complicated. We describe herein, along with literature review, a case of an adult patient who presented with abdominal pain and bloody vomiting and turned out to have a gastric duplication cyst complicated by internal bleeding.


Available image modalities: (click on modality to browse for other articles)
Ultrasound, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Fluoroscopy, Microscopic pathology, Table





Other Radiology articles from the Pediatric Radiology section Pediatric Radiology

Rib head dislocation causing spinal canal stenosis in a child with neurofibromatosis, type 1 by Alan M Chen et al.

Published: 2017 Aug
Issue: 11(8) :: Pages: 8-15


Free full text article: Rib head dislocation causing spinal canal stenosis in a child with neurofibromatosis, type 1

Fulltext article    PDF fulltext

Abstract: A 10-year-old female with neurofibromatosis type 1 and severe dystrophic scoliosis presented with a two-month history of difficulty ambulating due to low back pain. The patient did not have any neurological symptoms. MRI of the thoracolumbar spine demonstrated subluxation of the right posterior tenth and eleventh ribs through their respective neural foramina, with mild mass effect on the thecal sac without abnormal cord signal or cord compression. Groups of neurofibromas were present along the right ribs and paravertebral soft tissues around these levels. CT evaluation was completed for greater osseous definition. Cases of rib head dislocation into the central canal in the setting of dystrophic scoliosis were documented in only a limited sample of case reports. The angulated short-segment curvature in dystrophic scoliosis causes vertebral body rotation, foraminal enlargement, spindling of transverse processes, and penciling of the apical ribs. These changes can alter the articulation of the rib along the transverse process. The enlarged foramina can also create a larger space into which a rib may displace. As a result, in most reported cases, the subluxed ribs were on the convex apex of the curve in the mid-to-lower thoracic region. The risk of cord injury from rib head dislocation makes the complete depiction of the anatomy essential for proper surgical management.


Available image modalities: (click on modality to browse for other articles)
Conventional Radiography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Computed Tomography, Table





Other Radiology articles from the Neuroradiology section Neuroradiology

Vascular Eagle`s Syndrome: Two Cases Illustrating Distinct Mechanisms of Cerebral Ischemia by Abdulrahman Aldakkan et al.

Published: 2017 Aug
Issue: 11(8) :: Pages: 1-7


Free full text article: Vascular Eagle`s Syndrome: Two Cases Illustrating Distinct Mechanisms of Cerebral Ischemia

Fulltext article    PDF fulltext

Abstract: We report two cases of Vascular Eagle`s Syndrome, which demonstrate two distinct mechanisms of cerebral ischemia. In the first case, hemodynamic transient cerebral ischemia arose as a direct result of compression of the internal carotid artery (ICA). In the second, embolic large left middle cerebral artery (MCA) infarction as a result of a thrombus from a pseudoaneurysmal dilatation of the left ICA.


Available image modalities: (click on modality to browse for other articles)
Computed Tomography, Angiography, Interventional, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Table





© Journal of Radiology Case Reports - The Interactive Radiology Journal
Affiliated journal of Radiolopolis - The International Radiology Community