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July-September  2015 |Vol  25 |  Issue 3  RSS Feed
 
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Dear colleagues, As I communicate with you through this penultimate issue, two thoughts simultaneously run in the four corners of my mind: The first is the way time has galloped for nearly the past 3...
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Chest Radiology
Chest tuberculosis: Radiological review and imaging recommendations
Chest tuberculosis (CTB) is a widespread problem, especially in our country where it is one of the leading causes of mortality. The article reviews the imaging findings in CTB on various modalities. W...
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Chest Radiology   Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Blunt traumatic diaphragmatic hernia: Pictorial review of CT signs   Endovascular treatment of thrombosed inferior vena cava filters: Techniques and short-term outcomes
 
Blunt diaphragmatic rupture rarely accounts for immediate mortality and may go clinically silent until complications occur which can be life threatening. Although many imaging techniques have proven u...   Purpose: To present the techniques for endovascular treatment of thrombosed filter-bearing inferior vena cavae (IVCs), along with short-term clinical and imaging follow-up. Materials and Met...
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