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18F-FDG Uptake in Intraductal Tubulopapillary Neoplasm of the Pancreas. (Clin Nucl Med
2013 May 14)
PhysicsRefer to Huda 168. Diagnostic procedures using ionizing radiation are the highest source of man-made radiation exposure. They account for 15% of the average Americanâ€™s annual exposure; the effective dose averaged over the population per annum is 1 mSv.
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Duodenal varices is dilatation of the posterior superior pancreaticoduodenal vein secondary to portal hypertension. They are much less common than oesophageal, rectal or fundal varices, but may be associated with them.Fluoroscopy
Lobulated filling defects are best dominstrated in prone position. A...
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A Radiological Chronicle of the Presentation and Management of a Long Gap Oesophageal Atresia
Long gap oesophageal atresia is a clinically and technically challenging condition to manage. Documentation of the gap between the upper and lower pouches is critical to deciding the timing and feasibility of a primary anastamosis. Integral to this process is the role of radiology. We present a case of long gap oesophageal atresia accompanied by chronological radiography demonstrating its` staged management and highlighting some common complications.
From the manuscript A Radiological Chronicle of the Presentation and Management of a Long Gap Oesophageal Atresia by Paul Charlesworth et al.
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3. Window and Level: Click on the "W/L" icon in the right lower corner for the "Window and Level" mode. Then click the left mouse button over the image and move over the image to "window and level". If you click on the "Reset" button, the window and level goes back to the original position.
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A new program was launched on Radiolopolis: "Dare To Share!". Dare To Share! is a project, which allows sharing cases between researchers and colleagues. Users may find interesting or needed cases/images for different kind of projects (studies, books, publications, presentations etc.) while assuring the owner's credentials/copyright of the case. Direct contact between the searcher and the owner of the case provides also a good opportunity to get to know new, potential partners for future projects. Read more...
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