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Shinsplint-mri (crop).jpg
Coronal STIR (fat signal suppressed) MRI of a lower leg showing high signal (bright) areas around the tibia as signs of shin splints. Commons MBq, crop by Mikael Häggström
  
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DTI-sagittal-fibers.jpg
Visualization of a DTI measurement of a human brain. Depicted are reconstructed fiber tracts that run through the mid-sagittal plane. Especially prominent are the U-shaped fibers that connect the two hemispheres through the corpus callosum (the fibers come out of the image plane and consequently bend towards the top) and the fiber tracts that descend toward the spine (blue, within the image plane) Commons Thomas Schultz
  
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FLAIR MRI of meningitis.jpg
Postcontrast Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) MRI of a case of meningitis. It shows the enhancement of meninges at the tentorium and in the parietal region, with evidence of dilated ventricles. Commons Aneel Kumar Vaswani, Waseem Mehmood Nizamani, Muhammad Ali, Geeta Aneel, Bhesham Kumar Shahani, and Sajjad Hussain
  
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Tomosynthesis of chronic fibrosing pulmonary aspergillosis.gif
Tomosynthesis of the lungs of a 62 year old woman who previously had aspergillosis, showing scarring consistent with chronic fibrosing pulmonary aspergillosis. Commons Mikael Häggström
  
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Radiograph of a ventriculoperitoneal shunt.jpg
Projectional radiograph of a ventriculoperitoneal shunt. Commons S. P. Whiley, G. Mantokoudis, D. Ott, H. Zimmerman, and A. K. Exadaktylos
  
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Anterior humeral line in a 6 month old child.jpg
Lateral projectional radiograph
of a normal elbow of a 6 months old child, demonstrating the anterior humeral line (dark line). It is not reliable for the indication of supracondylar humerus fractures because of the scant ossification of the capitulum of the humerus. Commons Article authors: Tracy Kilborn, Halvani Moodley and Stewart Mears
  
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Radiocapitellar line - abnormal.jpg
Projectional radiograph of an elbow, with the black line being the the radiocapitellar line. It should normally pass through the capitulum of the humerus, but is outside the area on this image, indicating a dislocation of the humeroradial joint. Commons
  
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Radiocapitellar line - normal.jpg
Projectional radiograph of a normal elbow, demonstrating the radiocapitellar line (black arrow). It should pass through the capitulum of the humerus. A line outside this area indicates a dislocation of the humeroradial joint. Commons
  
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Anterior humeral line.jpg
Lateral projectional radiograph of a normal elbow of a 4 year old child, demonstrating the anterior humeral line (black line). It should pass through the middle third of the capitulum of the humerus (green area). A line outside this area indicates a supracondylar humerus fracture. Commons
  
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Accessory and cornuate navicular bone on dorsoplantar X-ray.jpg
Dorsoplantar X-ray of the feet of a 44 year old woman with suspected pes cavus. The right foot (to the left in the image) has an accessory navicular bone, type 2. On the left foot (to the right in the image) it is fused with the navicular bone, forming a cornuate navicular bone (white arrow), which is type 3. Commons Mikael Häggström
  
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Fabella with arrow.jpg
The fabella. Commons Jmarchn and Mikael Häggström
  
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X-ray of os acromiale (crop).jpg
Projectional radiograph of os acromiale. Commons RSatUSZ, cropped by Mikael Häggström
  
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Sesamoid bones of the fingers.svg
X-ray of the right hand, with sesamoid bones colored by their prevalences. Commons Mikael Häggström
  
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Accessory bones of the wrist.svg
X-ray of the left wrist, with accessory bones colored by their prevalences. Commons Mikael Häggström
  
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Accessory bones of the ankle.svg
X-ray of the left ankle by anteroposterior projection, with labeled accessory bones. Commons Mikael Häggström and Nevit Dilmen
  
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Accessory and sesamoid bones of the foot - lateral projection.svg
X-ray of the right foot by lateral projection, with accessory and sesamoid bones colored by their prevalences. Commons Mikael Häggström
  
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Accessory and sesamoid bones of the foot - dorsoplantar projection.svg
X-ray of the right foot by dorsoplantar projection, with accessory and sesamoid bones colored by their prevalences. Commons Mikael Häggström
  
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 Cerebral Venous Thrombosis in a young female with nephroblastoma
 Cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT) is a rare form of stroke (0.5-1% of all strokes) that mainly affects young adults, especially women.[1-3]
CVT involves two pathophysiological mechanisms: thrombosis of the major cerebral sinuses, which causes intracranial hypertension because of impaired absorption of cerebrospinal fluid, and thrombosis of the cortical veins, leading to parenchymal congestion and breakdown of the blood-brain barrier that can damage brain tissue... EuroRad 16.11.2017
  
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 Progressive supranuclear palsy
 Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is the second most common cause of parkinsonism after Parkinson's disease [1], is a primary tauopathy that causes a sporadic neurodegenerative disease characterized by abnormal hyperphosphorylation of tau protein (predominantly four-repeated) that accumulates and deposits in basal ganglia, brainstem and frontal lobe [2] determining neuronal loss of midbrain tegmentum and superior cerebellar peduncle decussation [3]... EuroRad 15.11.2017
  
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 Brain abscess secondary to crhonic middle otitis
 In the last 20 years, the incidence of intracranial complications of chronic otitis media has decreased due to the early use of antibiotics; however, the presence of cholesteatoma is an important risk factor for them... EuroRad 14.11.2017
  
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 Mediastinal granulocytic sarcoma (ECR 2017 Case of the Day)
 Granulocytic sarcoma, also known as chloroma, myeloid sarcoma or extramedullary myeloblastoma, is a rare solid tumour originating from primitive precursors of the granulocytic series of white blood cells... EuroRad 31.10.2017
  
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 MALT lymphoma (ECR 2017 Case of the Day)
 Background: The most common site of gastrointestinal lymphoma is the stomach. However, lymphoma accounts for only 5% of all gastric malignancies [1]. Lymphoma of mucosa-associated tissue (MALT) is a distinct entity within the group of extranodal lymphomas and is associated with helicobacter pylori infection and chronic gastritis [2]... EuroRad 30.10.2017
  
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 Urethral Diverticulum
 Urethral diverticulum is a focal dilatation of the wall of the urethra, which is in communication with the urethral lumen (1), frequent between 30-50 year old (2)... EuroRad 06.11.2017
  
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 Paranasal sinuses: annotated CT
 Annotated facial bones CT demonstrating the paranasal air sinuses Radiopaedia
  
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 Rib chondrosarcoma
 A lytic bone lesion with chondroid matrix involving a rib in a 40-year-old female is most likely to represent a chondrosarcoma. Radiopaedia
  
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 Spondylodiscitis
 Imaging features are representative of T4/5 spondylodiscitis with an associated intraspinal epidural and bilateral paravertebral components. MRI is the modality of choice for reliable diagnosis and for differentiation from similar diseases... Radiopaedia
  
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 Corpus callosum: diagrams
 Simplified illustrations of the corpus callosum. See article for more information. Radiopaedia
  
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 Glenoid dysplasia
 Glenoid dysplasia is a bone deficiency of the postero inferior glenoid rim, with secondary hypertrophy of the adjacent cartilage or labrum. Radiopaedia
  
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Bogenspalt BWK 1 - 17jw - CT axial und Volumen Rederung - 001.jpg
Bogenspalt im Dornfortsatz BWK 1 bei einer jungen Frau. Computertomographie axial und in der Volumen-Rekonstruktion. Commons Hellerhoff
  
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 Response Evaluation Criteria In Solid Tumours - RECIST 1.1
 Features of the RECIST 1.1 calculator version 0.9 beta: Progressive disease is declared when there is an increase in sum of target disease ≥ 20%, stable diease when the change is > -30% and ≤ 20%, partial response when there is a decrease in sum of target disease ≥ 30%, and complete response when all lesions have disappeared or all lesions have disapeared and all nodal disease is < 10 mm each... http://www.radiologytutor.com
  
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Peroneus brevis split syndrome - Roe ap - Annotation - 001.jpg
Röntgenbild bei Split-Läsion der Sehne des M. peroneus brevis nach Trauma. Man erkennt eine kleine abgescherte Schale lateral des Außenknöchels. Sie ist Ausdruck des knöchernen Ausriss des Retinaculum peroneale. Commons Hellerhoff
  
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Peroneus brevis split syndrome - MRT T2 ax - 001 - 08a.jpg
Split-Läsion der Sehne des M. peroneus brevis nach Trauma. Magnetresonanztomographie T2w axial. Commons Hellerhoff

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Pinealiszyste 32jw - MRT T2 sag - Annotation - 001.jpg
Zufallsbefund einer relativ großen Pinealiszyste bei einer jungen Frau. Magnetresonanztomographie T2 sagittal. Commons Hellerhoff
  
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Pinealiszyste 32jw - MRT T2 sag - 001.jpg
Zufallsbefund einer relativ großen Pinealiszyste bei einer jungen Frau. Magnetresonanztomographie T2 sagittal. Commons Hellerhoff
  
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 Septic Embolic Encephalitis
 Tetralogy of Fallot is the second most common congenital heart disease. It has fours features; Ventricular septal defect, right ventricular outflow tract obstruction, right ventricular hypertrophy and overriding of aorta... EuroRad 27.10.2017
  
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 Renal cell carcinoma with an arteriovenous malformation
 Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the most common renal neoplasm and accounts for about 2% of adult malignancies (1). The classic presentation of RCC is hematuria (55%), abdominal pain (40%), and palpable abdominal mass (35%)... EuroRad 24.10.2017
  
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 Detection of non-traumatic renal infarction in an unsuscepted case : The advantage of contrast-enhanced CT
 Renal infarction is a condition which resulting from a sudden disruption of blood flow in renal artery usually due to artery thrombosis or thromboembolism causing interruption of blood supply to a portion of the kidney or the entire kidney... EuroRad Not published yet
  
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 A case of gas-forming liver abscess with venous involvement- rare complication of a common disease
 Hepatic abscess is a localized collection of necrotic inflammatory tissue. This usually caused by bacterial, parasitic or fungal agents. The infective agents depend on demographics of the affected population... EuroRad Not published yet
  
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 Lactating adenoma
 Lactating adenoma is one of the most common lesions arising in pregnant young women, usually during second and third trimesters. They only occur during pregnancy and puerperium and usually regress spontaneously after delivery and lactation... EuroRad Not published yet
  
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 Portal cavernomatous cholangiopathy
 Portal hypertension is characterized by increase in portal pressure (> 10 mmHg). The underlying mechanisms can be subdivided in cirrhotic or non-cirrhotic portal hypertension, the latter being distinguished as either due to pre-hepatic, intra-hepatic or post-hepatic conditions [1]... EuroRad Not published yet