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Case Title: Nasal and Intracranial Dermoids Author(s): Paritosh C. Khanna, MD Clinical History: 20-month-old-male with nasal mass. Findings: Sagittal T1-weighted post-contrast fat-suppressed (A) and T2-weighted (B) MRI images demonstrate midline, well-circumscribed T1 fat-suppressed hypointense and T2-isointense masses at the nasal … Continue reading
Chapter 4 CASE 4-23 Clinical History: 38-year-old man with history of back pain and ulcerative colitis. Radiographs are 5 years apart. Findings: (A) AP radiograph from 10 years earlier demonstrates normal sacroiliac joints. Note laminectomy defect and surgical fusion at … Continue reading
Case 4 First edition author: E. Ralph Heinz Revised by James Provenzale History: Forty year-old man with radicular pain in the left arm and mild spasticity in the legs. Differential Diagnosis Meningioma: This is a possible consideration because the lesion … Continue reading
Case 2.3 by Gisele E. Ishak Clinical History: 16-year-old with atonic epilepsy, developmental delay and diabetes insipidus.
Case 5.4 Clinical History: 54-year-old alcoholic man with worsening bilateral hip pain. Findings: Anteroposterior (AP) radiograph of both hips. Both femoral heads are sclerotic and show subchondral fractures of the weight-bearing superior quadrants.
Case 3.3 Clinical History: A 57-year-old man presents with a long history of heartburn and gradual onset of dysphagia.
Case 5.8 Mark R. Ferguson Clinical History: 8-year-old child with clinical concern for heart failure.
Case 8-31 derived from Chew: Musculoskeletal Imaging: A Teaching File View PDF: Chew_Chap08 39 CASE 8-31 Clinical History: 88-year-old man with episodic acute pain and swelling in the feet. Findings: (A) AP radiograph of the left feet shows large erosions around … Continue reading
derived from Duke’s Radiology Case Review: Imaging, Differential Diagnosis, and Discussion Case 3 by Salvadore Borges-Neto View PDF: Provenzale_Chap_10 History: This is a 49-year-old woman who underwent complete thyroidectomy for papillary carcinoma of the thyroid. A metastasis to a left … Continue reading
from Chew: Musculoskeletal Imaging: A Teaching File Case 6.3 View PDF: Chew_Chap06 6 Clinical History: 6-year-old boy with pain and swelling at the knee for several months.
from Thapa: Pediatric Imaging Case 4.1 by Angelisa Paladin View PDF: LWBK1100-Ch04_p325-394 2 Clinical History: 3 year old with palpable abdominal mass Findings: Sagittal ultrasound image of the left kidney (A) demonstrates a complex, solid, echogenic mass (arrow) arising from the left kidney. … Continue reading
derived from Duke’s Radiology Case Review: Imaging, Differential Diagnosis, and Discussion Case 2 by James M. Provenzale and Fernando M. Zalduondo View PDF: Case 2 Provenzale HISTORY A 26-year-old woman with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), headache and confusion.
Derived from: Pediatric Imaging: A Teaching File View PDF: Case of the Week Thapa4.3 Clinical History: Family history of cystic renal disease Findings: Coronal CT of the abdomen with contrast (A) and sagittal US (B) of the right
Musculoskeletal Imaging: A Teaching File, Third Edition Clinical History: Unconscious 13-year-old girl after a motor vehicle accident, and a companion case. Findings: (A) Lateral radiograph of the cervical spine. The prevertebral soft tissues are massively enlarged, even with intubation of … Continue reading
Derived from: Duke’s Radiology Case Review: Imaging, Differential Diagnosis, and Discussion, Second Edition Ruth Walsh and Mary Scott Soo HistoryA 43-year-old woman with a palpable lump in the upper outer quadrant of the right breast presents for diagnostic mammography. There is … Continue reading