Indian Journal of Radiology Indian Journal of Radiology  

   Reader Login  | Users online: 1347

Home Bookmark this page Print this page Email this page Small font sizeDefault font size Increase font size     

Export selected to
Reference Manager
Medlars Format
RefWorks Format
BibTex Format
  Citation statistics : Table of Contents
   1999| October-December  | Volume 9 | Issue 4  
  Archives   Previous Issue   Next Issue   Most popular articles   Most cited articles
Hide all abstracts  Show selected abstracts  Export selected to
  Cited Viewed PDF
Sonographic assessment of fetal abdominal cystic lesions : A pictorial essay
Rajesh Agarwal
October-December 1999, 9(4):169-182
  5 86,446 2
Cervical thymic cyst
HS Ballal, Ajit Mahale, Vinod Hegde, Rajesh Shetty, Mohan Bhavikatti, Surendra Naik
October-December 1999, 9(4):187-189
  4 4,720 0
Management of severe hemoptysis due to pulmonary tuberculosis by bronchial artery embolisation
MK Dwivedi, RK Pal, PB Borkar
October-December 1999, 9(4):165-168
Objective : To assess the efficacy of bronchial artery embolization in the control of massive hemoptysis due to the sequelae of pulmonary tuberculosis. Material and Methods : Fifty patients, 28 men and 12 women between the ages of 14 to 58 years with a mean age of 40.5 years, were included in this study. All patients had severe hemoptysis (more than 300ml of blood in 24 hours) at the time of intervention. Pre-procedure bronchoscopy was not done. Bronchial artery embolization was performed on the side with the greater abnormality on the chest radiograph. Gel foam pieces (less than 3mm) were used as embolizing agents. These were introduced through a 4F visceral hook catheter. Pre and post-procedure angiographic films were obtained. Inflammatory hypervascularity, which regressed after embolisation, was seen in all patients. Results : Successful embolization was achieved in 47 patients. Two patients had recurrence and were re-embolised. In one patient the required artery could not be catheterized. Two patients had transient dysphagia. Mild chest pain lasting for 15 minutes was seen in 18 patients. Conclusion : Bronchial artery embolization is an effective procedure for the treatment of massive hemoptysis occurring due to the sequelae of pulmonary tuberculosis.
  1 10,197 0
Cerebral toxoplasmosis in a patient with AIDS
PV Ramachandran, Jacob P Alappat, KS Madhusudan, VP Vijayan, P Sanal Kumar
October-December 1999, 9(4):202-203
  1 3,485 0
Granulomatous hypophysitis - A rare entity mimicking pituitary adenoma
Anil Bhaya
October-December 1999, 9(4):203-204
  1 4,899 0
Role of ultrasound-guided percutaneous fine needle aspiration cytology in carcinoma of pancreas
Gul Javid, BA Khan, Altaf Shah, MA Khan, GM Gulzar, BA Khan
October-December 1999, 9(4):159-163
Objective: The present study was undertaken to determine the safety, accuracy and clinical utility of ultrasound guided fine needle aspiration biopsy in the diagnosis of pancreatic masses. Material and methods: Seventy-five patients with clinical and ultrasound suspicion of pancreatic carcinoma were aspirated using a twenty-two gauge, Teflon coated needle under ultrasound guidance. The masses ranged in size from 2.5 to 4.5 cm. Results: This technique confirmed malignancy in 61 of the 70 cases of malignancy (87.1%). Thirty-nine patients including 14 patients with negative aspiration underwent surgery and out of the 14 aspiration­negative patients, five patients had chronic pancreatitis and nine patients had carcinoma. This was confirmed on histology of the biopsy specimen taken at laparotomy. Four patients developed mild abdominal pain after aspiration; one patient developed acute pancreatitis and recovered with conservative treatment. One patient developed peritonitis after aspiration, had extensive tumor of pancreas involving the duodenum and expired later on, after laparotomy. Conclusion: Ultrasound guided fine needle aspiration biopsy of pancreas is a safe, reliable and accurate technique for the diagnosis of malignancy. It has a high diagnostic accuracy of 88%, sensitivity of 73% and a specificity of 100%. The predictive value of positive and negative results, is 100% and 35.71% respectively with a mortality of 1.3%.
  - 5,672 0
Images-pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis
MK Dwivedi, RK Pal, PB Borkar
October-December 1999, 9(4):195-196
  - 3,767 0
Radiology education resources on the internet
Sreenivas Raju Kalidindi
October-December 1999, 9(4):191-194
  - 4,223 0
Obliterative bronchiolitis associated with bronchiectasis
Vidit Mathur, VK Sharma
October-December 1999, 9(4):205-206
  - 2,642 0
Antenatal color flow doppler diagnosis of placental chorioangioma
Ravi Kapoor, Sunita Kapoor
October-December 1999, 9(4):206-207
  - 2,496 0
Primary giant intradiploic hemangioma : CT appearance
Sanjay Thulkar, Sanjay Sharma, Sushma Vashisht
October-December 1999, 9(4):201-202
  - 3,473 0
Primary angiitis of central nervous system : Unusual MR imaging features
Surendra Singh
October-December 1999, 9(4):183-186
  - 4,373 0
Radiological quiz - head & neck
Rohtas K Yadav, Raman Sukhija, Surinder Sukija, Sarita Magu, DS Mishra, Subedar Singh
October-December 1999, 9(4):197-198
  - 2,409 0
Radiological quiz - abdomen
Rupa Ananthasivan, B Chandramouli, V Ravi Hoisala
October-December 1999, 9(4):199-200
  - 2,406 0
  Ahead of Print  
  Call for papers  
  Editorial Board 
  Most Popular Articles 
  My Preferences