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 Omental infarction in the postpartum period
 Omental infarction is a rare condition affecting adults more often than children, with a predominance in young and middle aged women [1, 2, 3]. A common mechanism is omental torsion [1, 2]... EuroRad 20.01.2018
 Shattered kidney after blunt abdominal trauma
 Renal and urinary tract injuries are seen in approximately 8–10% of patients presenting with abdominal trauma, the majority (80%) resulting from blunt trauma [1–3]... EuroRad 03.01.2018
 Distal intestinal obstruction syndrome (DIOS) in cystic fibrosis
 In patients with cystic fibrosis (CF), gastrointestinal complications represent the most important non-pulmonary manifestations, are reported to be on the rise due to the increased life expectancy, and encompass acute and chronic pancreatitis, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, meconium ileus, intussusception, constipation and distal intestinal obstruction syndrome (DIOS)... EuroRad 11.01.2018
 Lhermitte-Duclos disease: typical MRI findings
 Lhermitte-Duclos disease, also called dysplastic cerebellar gangliocytoma, manifests without gender predilection in young individuals [1, 2].
Most patients' symptoms stem from increased intracranial pressure and hydrocephalus [1, 3]... EuroRad 13.01.2018
 The value of multiparametric ultrasound (MPUS) in a case of pre-occlusive internal carotid artery stenosis with ulceration; correlation with MDCTA and MRA.
 A significant percentage of strokes and transient ischemic attacks is caused by atherosclerotic carotid plaques.[1] Current management guidelines of carotid disease primarily take into account the degree of luminal stenosis and whether or not the patient is symptomatic... EuroRad 12.01.2018
 Hypoplastic left heart syndrome with atrial septal defect
 Hypo-plastic left heart syndrome is the most common congenital cardiac malformation detected in fetal life [1]. The incidence is between 1.7-6.7: 10, 000 live births [3]... EuroRad 08.01.2018
 Pelvic inflammatory disease with tubo-ovarian complex
 Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) refers to a spectrum of acute sexually transmitted infections of the upper genital tract [1, 2]. It is a common cause of acute pelvic pain in reproductive-aged women [3], typically caused by Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia trachomatis, although 30-40% of infections are polymicrobial [1-4]... EuroRad 08.01.2018
 Oro facial digital syndrome type 1 with heterotopia, polymicrogyria and corpus callosum agenesis- a rare case report
 Oro-facial-digital syndrome (OFDS) is a group of various genetic disorders which cause malformations of the face, hands, and feet
There are many known subtypes of OFDS which include:(1)
OFDS type I: Gorlin-Psaume syndrome/Papillon-Leage syndrome
OFDS type II: Mohr syndrome/Mohr-Claussen syndrome
OFDS type III: Sugarman syndrome
OFDS type IV: Baraitser-Burn syndrome
OFDS type V: Thurston syndrome
OFDS type VI: Juberg-Hayward syndrome/Varadi-Papp syndrome
OFDS type VII: Whelan syndrome
OFDS type VIII: Edwards syndrome
OFDS type IX: OFDS with retinal abnormalities
OFDS type X: OFDS with Fibular aplasia

OFDS are associated with malformations of-
*Face (facial asymmetry, hypoplastic mandible, hypertelorism)
*Oral cavity (cleft lip and palate, lobulated tongue, abnormal dentition)
*Digits (brachydactyly, clinodactyly, syndactyly, polydactyly)
In addition cysts in liver, pancreas and central nervous system anomalies such as agenesis of corpus callosum, cortical hypoplasia , ventricular asymmetry, polymicrogyria and heterotopic gray matter are also seen... EuroRad 06.01.2018
 Bilateral knee pain in a 17-year-old girl
 These findings were consistent with the gelatinous transformation of bone marrow in a setting of severe weight loss.
Gelatinous transformation of the bone marrow (GMT) was first identified by Paul Michael in 1930 [1] during the autopsy of patients with prolonged starvation hence the term “starvation marrow“... EuroRad 15.01.2018
 Rugger Jersey Spine
 In chronic renal insufficiency, reduced renal filtration causes phosphate retention and decreased calcitriol synthesis. This results in lowered serum calcium which in turn stimulates parathyroid hormone (PTH) secretion, thus causing secondary hyperparathyroidism... EuroRad 12.01.2018
 Congenital syngnathia in a newborn
 Maxillomandibular complete syngnathia is an extremely rare congenital malformation. It results from a congenital fusion of the mandible with the maxilla and/or the zygomatic arch... EuroRad 16.01.2018
 Malignant transformation, torsion and rupture in a Mature Cystic Teratoma of the ovary, a case report
 Although most of the occasions are benign, slow-growing and asymptomatic lesions, mature cystic teratomas can be associated with several complications, including torsion (16%), rupture (1%–4%), malignant transformation (1%–2%) and infection (1%) [5], that require different therapeutic strategies... EuroRad 11.01.2018
 Tracheobronchial metastasis from rectal cancer
 Tracheobronchial tumors are rare (<0, 4% of all tumors, <1% of all thoracic tumors) and classified as primary or secondary.[1, 2] Ninety percent of primary tracheobronchial tumors are malignant... EuroRad 09.01.2018
 Atypical chest pain caused by spontaneous pneumomediastinum
Spontaneous pneumomediastinum is the presence of air within mediastinum structures. The condition is considered rare with a reported incidence of 1/42, 000 of admissions [1]... EuroRad 17.12.2017
 Acute traumatic spinal subdural haematoma with associated intracranial subdural haematoma
 The pathophysiology of spinal subdural haematoma (SSDH) is not fully understood and there have been several proposed mechanisms. In contrast to the pathophysiology of intracranial SDHs, there are no bridging veins in the spinal subdural space [1]... EuroRad 02.01.2018
 Rare case of a venous aneurysm
 A. Aneurysms of the portal venous system (PVA) are extremely rare and represent only 3% of all venous aneurysms [1]. It was first described by Barzilai and Kleckner in 1956... EuroRad 20.01.2018
 Multiple system atrophy - Extrapiramidal subtype
 Parkinsonism is a clinical syndrome characterized by rigidity, tremor, bradykinesia, and postural imbalance, it can be caused by idiopathic Parkinson Disease (PD) and by Parkinson-plus syndromes which include: Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD) and Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB)... EuroRad 18.12.2017
 Case report of Bilateral Dysplasia Epiphysealis Hemimelica (DEH) of talus
 Back ground
DEH was first reported by B. J. Mouchet A in 1926. In 1950, Trevor D reported DEH using the term Tarso-epiphysisal aclasis. In 1956, Fairbank first use the term dysplastic epiphyseal hemimmelica [1]... EuroRad 08.01.2018
 Extrahepatic manifestations of pulmonary hydatidosis. About a case in anendemic zone in South America, Chile.
 Bakcground:Hydatid disease is a parasitic zoonosis produced by the larval stage of Eccinococcus tapeworm[1].
Clinical perspective: This pathology is an endemic entity in some countries of the world, mainly in agricultural and livestock areas, South America [1] being an example, especially in Chile... EuroRad 26.12.2017
 Angioinvasive cerebral aspergillosis
 Aspergillus is a commonly encountered mold that is ubiquitous throughout the world. It can be found in soil, water, and decaying vegetation. [1] Although more than 350 individual species of this fungus exist, Aspergillus fumigatus is the most common pathogen involved in invasive tissue disease... EuroRad 13.12.2017
 Traumatic priapism
 A. Priapism is a symptom defined as a persistent penile erection longer than 4 hours continuing beyond or unrelated to sexual stimulation. It is thought to be caused by a disturbed balance between blood inflow and outflow... EuroRad 20.12.2017
 Ependymitis granularis
 Periventricular FLAIR hyperintensity adjacent to the frontal horns of the lateral ventricles represents ependymitis granularis. Small focus of FLAIR hyperintensity in the right superior frontal gyrus is in keeping with chronic small vessel ischaemia... Radiopaedia
 Asbestos pleural placques
 The presence of pleural plaques represents the typical appearances of those subjected to long-term exposure and inhalation of asbestos fibres. Radiopaedia
 Primary CNS lymphoma
 Lymphoma of the CNS consists of 2 major subtypes: secondary CNS involvement by systemic lymphoma (the most common) and PCNSL, in which the lymphoma is restricted to the brain, leptomeninges, spinal cord, or eyes, without evidence of it outside the CNS at primary diagnosis... Radiopaedia
 Sigmoid volvulus
 The case demonstrates the Whirlpool sign of mechanical bowel obstruction. Radiopaedia
 Giant cerebellopontine angle epidermoid cyst
 This case demonstrates typical imaging findings of an intracranial epidermoid cyst. Radiopaedia
 Dog bite fracture
 Animal bites are prone to secondary infection by atypical/exotic bacteria.  This defect in the bone required surgical wash-out in order to prevent osteomyelitis... Radiopaedia
 Convolutional markings
 This case illustrates the typical appearance of convolutional markings of the skull. These images were taken as a part of skeletal survey for suspicious non-accidental trauma... Radiopaedia
 Intestinal malrotation
 This is a typical presentation of intestinal mal-rotation as incidental finding on imaging studies undergone for other purposes. In our case, the CT scan study was ordered to rule out the possibility of acute appendicitis or bowel abnormality secondary to coeliac disease... Radiopaedia
 Transient synovitis of the hip
 Most probable diagnosis is transient synovitis of the hip, due to clinical and radiological information.  Radiopaedia
 Mesenteric vascular occlusion, bowel infarction and portal venous gas
 Mesenteric vascular occlusion, bowel infarction, superior mesenteric vein and portal venous gas. Radiopaedia
 Giant retroperitoneal lymphangioma
 This case was diagnosed since 2 and half years of having a retroperitoneal abdomino-pelvic cystic lesion that was considered mostly lymphangioma based on imaging features and performed aspiration that partially decreased lesion size... Radiopaedia
 Innominate artery compression syndrome
 Brachiocephalic (Innominate) artery compression syndrome is a rare cause of tracheal stenosis that occurs in the paediatric population where the brachiocephalic artery usually takes its origin to the left of the trachea and subsequently compresses the trachea as it traverses anteriorly at the level of the thoracic inlet... Radiopaedia
 Dorsal disc extrusion
 Imaging features represent midline dorsal central disc extrusion with minimal caudal migration and marked mass effect upon the conus medullaris. Disc extrusion is a type of intervertebral disc herniation and is distinguished from a disc protrusion in that it has a narrow neck and extends above or below the disc level... Radiopaedia
 Pulmonary Langerhans cell histiocytosis
 Langerhans cell histiocytosis is a rare, multi-systemic pathology that can affect many organs, including bones and lungs and largely affecting females, with a higher prevalence in smokers... Radiopaedia
 Jarcho-Levin syndrome
 Bilateral severe ventriculomegaly here rules out mild conditions such as limited dorsal myeloschisis. Radiopaedia
 Mediastinal compartments: annotated CT
 Superior mediastinum: Yellow Radiopaedia
 Ocular metastases
 A known patient with breast cancer metastatic to bone and brain and newly developed visual symptoms and left ocular (namely posterior uveal mass) representing metastatic disease... Radiopaedia
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