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Magnetic resonance enterography in evaluation and management of children with Crohn's disease All Scholarly Works (2014)
The role of radiologic evaluation in Crohn's disease (CD) has undergone a recent paradigm shift in which the radiologist adds value to the multidisciplinary team by longitudinally assessing therapeutic response and identifying treatment-modifying subtypes, such ...
Primary liver tumors in pediatric patients: proper imaging technique for diagnosis and staging All Scholarly Works (2014)
Liver tumors in children are rare and comprise a diverse set of both benign and malignant lesions, most of which are not clinically detected until they are large and often difficult to resect. Technological advances ...
Diffusion-weighted MRI of renal cell carcinoma, upper tract urothelial carcinoma, and renal infection: A pictorial review All Scholarly Works (2013)
Diffusion-weighted (DW) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a functional imaging technique that derives image contrast from differences in water molecule diffusion within tissues. DW MRI helps detect and characterize renal and urothelial malignancies, may help ...
Renal Lymphoma: MR Appearance With Diffusion-Weighted Imaging All Scholarly Works (2013)
Imaging of renal lymphoma on magnetic resonance imaging and diffusion-weighted imaging is not well documented in the literature. We present a case of renal lymphoma in a 61-year-old patient with computed tomography and magnetic resonance ...
Adnexal masses in pregnancy All Scholarly Works (2012)
Adnexal masses are often seen in the gravid patient. With current advances in technology, an increased number of adnexal masses are incidentally discovered on antenatal screening ultrasonography examinations. Sonography is the first-line imaging modality for ...
Imaging of the placenta with pathologic correlation All Scholarly Works (2012)
The placenta functions to nourish and protect the fetus. Imaging of the placenta can have a profound impact on patient management, owing to the morbidity and mortality associated with various placental conditions. To fully appreciate ...