Image: Sagittal fast spin echo (FSE) proton density (TR/TE [repetition time/echo time, msec], 3000/40) sequential MR images from medial (A) to lateral (D) and corresponding sagittal T2-weighted (4350...See details
Radiology Residents in University of Indonesia...
Palmar and finger varicosities are pathological dilated veins that are frequently found in clinical or imaging practice but are rarely reported in the medical literature. Currently there are no MRI de...See details
A 74 year old female with a history of coronary artery disease and immobility due to body habitus presented to her primary care provider with pleuritic chest pain, concerning for pulmonary embolism. A...See details
The 43-year-old male patient presented to the emergency room due to 3 days of severe right lower quadrant abdominal pain. He complaint of fever, anorexia, nausea but no vomiting. Rebound tenderness wa...See details
Visceral artery aneurysms are infrequent lesions among other vascular diseases with an incidence of 0.01-2% in autopsy and angiographic procedures. Hepatic artery aneurysm (HAA) is a rare pathology wi...See details
Purpose: To review a complicated case of primary leptomeningeal PNET (primitive neuroectodermal tumor) in a pediatric patient presenting with misleading clinical symptoms and to illustrate deceivin...See details
Hydatid cyst in pancreas is uncommon occurrence which is estimated to occur 1 in 340 cases even in endemic areas, representing less than 1% of all human infestation. Clinical symptoms vary according t...See details
Accidental ingestion of high concentration hydrogen peroxide has been shown to cause extensive injury to surrounding tissues. The injury occurs via three main mechanisms: corrosive damage, oxygen gas ...See details
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Case History: A two-year-old female with homocystinuria due to CBS deficiency was admitted to improve metabolic control after incidentally finding mild asymptomatic bilateral papilledema on routine o...See details
Meniscal ossicles are small trabecular bone’s structures, often less than 3 cm thick, covered with cartilage, located next to the meniscal cartilages. In the literature there are about 40 publicatio...See details
CASE SUMMARY An 18-year-old female came to ENT out-patient department with a complaint of facial deformity. Non-contrast CT of the face was advised to assess facial asymmetry with clinical suspicion ...See details