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   2004| April-June  | Volume 14 | Issue 2  
 
 
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CHEST
Tracheal diverticula-report of 2 cases
MD Rahalkar, DL Lakhkar, SW Joshi, S Gundawar
April-June 2004, 14(2):197-198
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NEURORADIOLOGY
Cerebral venous thrombosis-spectrum of CT findings
D Karthikeyan, S Vijay, T Kumar, L Kanth
April-June 2004, 14(2):129-137
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VASCULAR IMAGING
Bilateral persistent sciatic artery : Demonstration of the anomaly and its complications with intra arterial contrast enhanced spiral CT
KP SreeKumar, NK Prabhu, S Moorthy
April-June 2004, 14(2):205-207
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QUIZ
Radiological quiz - musculoskeletal
MK Mittal, P Jagmohan, M Sinha, BB Thukral
April-June 2004, 14(2):217-218
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GENITOURINARY IMAGING
Endodermal sinus tumor of vagina in an infant : A case report
BN Lakhkar, KV Rajgopal, RN Ramachandran
April-June 2004, 14(2):149-151
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Peyronie's disease : A case report
SV Phatak, PK Kolwadkar, MS Phatak
April-June 2004, 14(2):153-153
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Transrectal ultrasonography for evaluation of various benign and malignant prostatic lesions and their histopathological correlation
R Malik, VK Pandya, D Naik
April-June 2004, 14(2):155-157
To study the transrectal ultrasonographic findings in benign and malignant prostatic lesions with respect to its site, echopattern, capsular status, local invasion and their histopathological correlation. Material and Method: A total of 100 patients with clinical suspicion of prostatic disease were examined by transrectal ultrasonography (TRUS) followed by their histopathological correlation to study the sensitivity and specificity of transrectal ultrasonography for diagnosis of carcinoma prostate. Result and conclusion: The sensitivity and specificity of TRUS for diagnosis of carcinoma prostate was found to be 86.96 percent and 71.43 percent respectively. The relative low specificity reflects the difficulty of interpretation of lesion and overlapping echogenic pattern. The percentage of false negative was 13.04 percent and the percentage of false positive was 28.57 percent.
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MUSCULOSKELETAL
Aneurysmal bone cyst of clavicle
C Pamecha, JG Patel, LN Patel, PR Patel
April-June 2004, 14(2):179-180
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Pictorial essay : Radiographic changes in diabetic foot
SV Phatak, PK Kolwadkar, MS Phatak
April-June 2004, 14(2):181-184
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Pictorial essay : Infantile cortical hyperostosis (Caffey's disease)
SV Phatak, PK Kolwadkar, MS Phatak
April-June 2004, 14(2):185-186
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Scheuthauer-Marie-Sainton syndrome - a rare entity imaging findings
SK Verma, P Jain, NC Sharma
April-June 2004, 14(2):175-176
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NEURORADIOLOGY
Infantile-onset leukoencephalopathy with swelling and a discrepantly mild clinical course (Vander knaap disease) - a case report
S Pande, R Agarwal, T Nagpal, A Kaur
April-June 2004, 14(2):125-127
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Hallervorden Spatz disease : A case report
R Kumar, R Gupta, V Chowdhury
April-June 2004, 14(2):139-140
Hallervorden Spatz disease is an uncommon degenerative disorder affecting neurons of the globus pallidus and presenting as progressive motor dysfunction. We present a case of HS disease evaluated on a 1.5 Tesla MR scanner.
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Multiple cerebral aneurysms associated with neurofibromatosis type 1 in a child : A case report and review of literature
KS Murugan
April-June 2004, 14(2):141-142
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NEW TECHNIQUES AND PHYSICS
Multislice CT : A quantum leap in whole body imaging
SK Jatava
April-June 2004, 14(2):209-216
Multislice CT (MSCT) is a specialized CT system equipped with a multiple detector array that simultaneously obtains tomographic data at different siice locations. MSCT provides unparalleled capabilities for detailed analysis of normal and abnormal anatomy and pathology. MSCT facilitates a wide range of clinical applications ranging from 3D imaging to perfusion imaging to CT Fluoroscopy. Having the capability of rapidly scanning large longitudinal volume of patient with high z-axis resolution and true isotropic voxel generation, it offers new challenges and applications, not available hitherto with single-slice CT scanning. This article provides insight into the fundamental physical principles of multidetector CT and glimpse of its powerful capabilities in established and novel clinical applications at this present point of time.
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OBSTETRIC IMAGING
Antenatal ultrasound appearance of dithoracic paraphagus conjoint twins
A Kharat, A Karamchandani, A Singh, SS Shetty
April-June 2004, 14(2):159-160
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QUIZ
Radiological quiz - musculoskeletal
AK Pillai, MV Pillai, BC James, U Chandran
April-June 2004, 14(2):221-222
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CHEST
Case report-solitary squamous papilloma of bronchus
P Jagmohan, M Sinha, MK Mittal, BB Thukral
April-June 2004, 14(2):193-195
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EDITORIAL
CT - PET - new challenge to radiologists
Shrinivas Desai
April-June 2004, 14(2):123-124
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GASTROINTESTINAL IMAGING
Spiral CT diagnosis of gastrinoma : A case report
S Mahajan, P Nagtode, RR Khandelwal, S Ingole, S Ingole
April-June 2004, 14(2):187-188
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Signs : "whirlpool sign" in midgut volvulus
K Taori, S Mahajan, S Dhomne, S Manikpure
April-June 2004, 14(2):189-190
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Omental tuberculosis
DS Dhiman, D Goyal, S Prakash, A Negi, S Sharma
April-June 2004, 14(2):191-192
  - 5,860 0
GENITOURINARY IMAGING
Extrarenal wilm's tumour : A case report
BN Lakhkar, KV Rajgopal, CM Shetty, KR Avinash
April-June 2004, 14(2):147-148
  - 2,879 0
LETTER TO EDITOR
Abdominal visceral involvement in non-endemic Burkitt's lymphoma
S Vijay, N Dahiya, D Karthikeyan, G Sudha
April-June 2004, 14(2):225-226
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MUSCULOSKELETAL
Intra-muscular myxoma of gluteal region
RA Aind, MK Dwivedi, R Pal, L Devangan, PV Shekhar
April-June 2004, 14(2):177-178
  - 5,406 0
Images : Aneurysmal bone cyst of cervico-dorsal spine
A Sharma, SG Iyer, S Baweja
April-June 2004, 14(2):169-171
  - 4,884 0
NEURORADIOLOGY
Subfrontal cystic Schwannoma : A case report
BN Lakhkar, R Raphael
April-June 2004, 14(2):143-145
  - 2,710 0
OBSTETRIC IMAGING
Antenatal sonography diagnosis of thanatophoric dysplasia : A case report
SV Phatak, MP Pandit, MS Phatak, R Kashikar
April-June 2004, 14(2):161-163
  - 4,013 0
Antenatal sonographic diagnosis of Patau syndrome (trisomy 13) : A case report
SV Phatak, V Tule, MS Phatak, PK Kolwadkar
April-June 2004, 14(2):165-167
  - 6,623 0
QUIZ
Radiological quiz - gastrointestinal imaging
P Nagtode, RR Khandelwal, SU Ingole, S Mahajan
April-June 2004, 14(2):219-220
  - 2,302 0
Radiological diagnosis quiz - chest
R Goyal, R Azad, V Kalia
April-June 2004, 14(2):223-224
  - 3,112 0
VASCULAR IMAGING
Multispiral CT angiography of renal arteries of live potential renal donors : A review of 118 cases
A Kapoor, A Kapoor, G Mahajan, A Singh
April-June 2004, 14(2):199-203
Objectives - Review of the angiographic data of 118 live kidney donors was done to assess the renal vessel anatomy, compare the findings with the per operative findings, to determine the sensitivity of Multislice CT angiography in the work up of live potential donors and finally to discuss and compare the results of the present study with the reported results using single slice CT, MR and conventional angiography. Material and Methods : Retrospective analysis of the angiographic data of 118 of prospective live kidney donors was done. All donors underwent renal angiography on Multistice CT scan using 50 cc IV Contrast with 1.25 mm slice thickness followed by MIP and VRT post processing algorithms. The number of vessels, vessel bifurcation, vessel morphology and venous anatomy was analysed and the findings compared with the surgical findings. Results - MSCTA showed clear delineation of the main renal arteries in all the donors with detailed vessel morphology. The study revealed 100% sensitivity in detection of accessory renal vessels which had a overall incidence of 26.67% with commonest distribution in the parahilar region. Discussion- The present study showed 100% sensitivity in the visualization and detection of main and accessory renal vessels. These results were comparable with conventional angiography which has so far been considered the gold standard and were found superior to the use of SSCT, MR in the angiographic work up of liver renal donors. Due to improved detection of accessory vessels less than 2 mm in diameter a higher incidence of aberrant vessels was seen on the right side as has been suggested so far.
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