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 Compartment Syndrome of the Leg
 Compartment syndrome is defined as elevated pressure in a relatively noncompliant anatomic compartment that can cause ischemia, pain and potentially neuromuscular injury, including myonecrosis and rhabdomyolysis... radsource July 2018
  
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 Vertebral Artery
 The vertebral artery is a perfect means for a LARGER discussion of the vascular arrangement which touches upon the ENTIRE body! How’s that for a bigger theme? Just a bit of theory, thereously... http://www.neuroangio.org
  
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 Gefäß-Normvarianten
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 Nicos kleiner Dosisrechner
 Nicos kleiner Dosisrechner http://dr.delis.de
  
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 Magnetic resonance imaging of the cirrhotic liver: diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma and evaluation of response to treatment – Part 2
 In the second part of this review, we will describe the ancillary imaging features of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) that can be seen on standard magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) protocol, and on novel and emerging protocols such as diffusion weighted imaging and utilization of hepatocyte-specific/hepatobiliary contrast agent... http://www.scielo.br
  
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Ventricular apical access closure device Apica ASC after TAVI - Roe Thorax ap und Detail seitlich - 001.jpg
Z. n. TAVI mit transapikalem Zugang. Man erkennt das Verschlusssystem an der Herzspitze (überlagert von der Sonde des ICD-Systems). Apica ASC Commons Hellerhoff
  
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 Ventricular apical access and closure, and re-access devices to facilitate mitral valve interventions
 To date, transapical (TA) access has proven to be a safe and effective method of performing transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) for the treatment of patients with severe aortic stenosis... http://www.annalscts.com
  
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 Distal clavicular osteolysis in a bodybuilder
 Distal clavicular osteolysis (DCO) follows both chronic repetitive stress and single acromioclavicular trauma [1]. The exact etiopathogenesis is unclear, but AC-joint trauma and subchondral microfractures seem to be involved [1, 2]... EuroRad 02.05.2018
  
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Os-intermetatarseum 37jm - Roe ap - Annotation - 007.jpg
Zufallsbefund bei einem jungen Mann: Os intermetatarseum, klein zwischen den Basen von Metatarsale 1 und 2. Commons Hellerhoff
  
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 MCA aneurysm - with rupture
 This case illustrates the consequences of a ruptured left middle cerebral artery characterised by extensive acute subarachnoid haemorrhage (with blood present in the basal cisterns, prepontine cistern and the cerebral sulci bilaterally) and by massive intracerebral haematoma... Radiopaedia
  
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 Perivascular spaces causing seizures
 Virchow-Robin (VR) spaces are the fluid-filled perivascular spaces adjacent the brain vessels. The signal intensities of the VR spaces are very similar to those of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)... Radiopaedia
  
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 Inflatable intragastric balloon device causing air-fluid level
 Given the patient's clinical history, the large air fluid level is most likely secondary to the patient's inflatable bariatric intragastric balloon device.  Radiopaedia
  
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 Closed loop small bowel obstruction - adhesions
 Adhesions are the most common cause of closed-loop obstruction. Internal hernia is the second most common cause. See further discussion on my two companion case... Radiopaedia
  
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 Omental infarction
 Originally imaged with CT PA study for chest pain, haziness in the RUQ fat was noticed and delayed images of the abdomen and pelvis were performed.  Radiopaedia
  
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 Epiploic appendagitis
 Classic case of epiploic appendagitis. Inflammation stranding of fat density structure projecting from the sigmoid colon, typical location. Central dot sign can be appreciated on the sagittal images... Radiopaedia
  
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 Primary renal carcinoid tumor
 Very large mass along the anterior aspect of the left kidney measuring 9.3 x 7.6 x 8.3 cm (AP x TR x CC). It appears to be arising from the medial anterior cortex, with loss of distinct tissue plane (best seen on the sagittal reformats)... Radiopaedia
  
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 Aortic origin of the left vertebral artery
 This case demonstrates an anatomic variant of aortic arch branching. The left vertebral artery arises from the aorta between the left common carotid artery and the left subclavian artery... Radiopaedia
  
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 Tracheal adenoid cystic carcinoma
 Imaging findings of tracheal wall thickening may be considered according to pattern of focal vs diffuse involvement of the upper airway (see article for more)... Radiopaedia
  
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 Base of skull (illustrations)
 Illustrations of the cranial fossae of the base of skull as well as central base of skull region.  Radiopaedia
  
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 Duplication of inferior vena cava
 This was an incidental finding picked up in a patient with weight loss work up. A poorly defined lesion was identified in the pancreatic body with a long segment circumferential mural thickening in sigmoid... Radiopaedia
  
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 IUGR (symmetrical)
 Typical findings of a vascular IUGR which occured early in pregnancy, with already severe findings. In theory, US anomalies occur in the following order : Uterine notchs -> Asymmetrical IUGR -> Umbilical Doppler with high RI -> Fetal redistribution to preserve brain -> Brain growth not preserved : Symmetrical IUGR -> Reverse diastolic flow in umbilical cord -> Tricuspid insufficiency then elevated right atrium pressure : flat A wave on ductus -> cardiac failure -> intra uterine death... Radiopaedia
  
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 William-Campbell syndrome
 Williams-Campbell syndrome is characterised by complete absence or insufficient development of the cartilaginous bronchial rings of the third-eighth bronchial orders... Radiopaedia
  
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 Gastric ischaemia from over-eating
 Gastric ischaemia is rare due to the rich vascular network of the stomach. Overdistension (and thereby increased intragastric pressure) is thought to impair the intraluminal circulation, leading to ischaemia and then necrosis... Radiopaedia
  
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 Closed loop small bowel obstruction
 Closed loop small bowel obstruction is considered a surgical emergency, as the "closed" loop is at high risk of strangulation. Radiopaedia
  
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 Small bowel ischaemia from superior mesenteric vein thrombus
 Bowel ischaemia can be due to arterial or venous insufficiency. Arterial causes include thromboembolism and dissection. Venous causes include thrombosis... Radiopaedia
  
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 Sigmoid colon cancer and portal vein thrombus
 Prothrombotic states can occur as a result of malignancy. Radiopaedia
  
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 Adenocarcinoma of caecum
 Typical presentation of invasive colorectal cancer that was confirmed as adenocarcinoma by histology. Use of oral contrast significantly improves diagnostic confidence and accuracy... Radiopaedia
  
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 Colocolonic intussusception
 Adenocarcinoma confirmed at surgery. Radiopaedia
  
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 Parietal foramina
 This image has been made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International licence thanks to JasonRobertYoungMD. Radiopaedia
  
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 Traumatic carotid dissection
 A somewhat tragic case. A middle-aged patient with no prior neurological pathologies was brought to a small hospital after a motor vehicle accident, a facility that was not equipped to handle trauma patients in the first place... Radiopaedia
  
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 Fistulating sigmoid cancer
 Tumour perforation can result in localised or peritoneal gas, as well as fistulation into nearby organs. Radiopaedia
  
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 Colocolonic intussusception
 Adenocarcinoma confirmed at surgery. Radiopaedia
  
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 Speech bubble sign
 This is the classical appearance of a Baker's cyst with the shape that of a speech bubble.  Radiopaedia
  
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 Post caesarean urinary bladder injury
 Intraoperative urinary bladder injuries are usually identified during surgery and are repaired immediately. If an injury is suspected injection of methylene blue dye through a catheter or cystoscopy can help identify the site of leak... Radiopaedia
  
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 Nasal septal haematoma
 The Kiesselbach's area or Little's area is a region in the anteroinferior third of the nasal septum that contains the Kiesselbach's plexus.  Radiopaedia
  
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 Optic nerve atrophy
 A case of left optic nerve atrophy following optic neuritis. Normal both globes as well as both extra-oracular muscles. Radiopaedia
  
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 Isolated common iliac artery dissection and aneurysm
 A 49-year-old man, with a history of well-controlled hypertension, presented with sudden left lower quadrant abdominal pain after defaecation. The severity of the pain was scaled as 1–2 over 10 and the pain was continuous... http://casereports.bmj.com
  
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 Spontaneous dissection and rupture of common iliac artery in a patient with fibromuscular dysplasia: A case report and review of the literature on iliac artery dissections secondary to fibromuscular dysplasia
 Spontaneous dissection and rupture of the iliac artery is an unusual finding in patients with fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD). We report the case of a patient with FMD who required emergent surgery because of rupture of an iliac artery dissection, and review 9 previously reported cases of iliac artery dissection associated with FMD... https://www.sciencedirect.com
  
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 Spontaneous and Isolated Dissection of the External Iliac Artery: A Case Report
 Spontaneous and isolated dissection of the limb arteries without involvement of the aorta is extremely rare. We present a 36-year-old male who has 95% tapering stenosis and dissection of the left external iliac artery with abrupt onset with total thrombosis in the false lumen until the level of the inguinal ligament... https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org
  
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 Bilateral Spontaneous and Isolated Dissection of the External Iliac Arteries: Report of A Case
 Spontaneous dissection of the external iliac artery without involvement of the aorta is extremely rare, especially, if bilateral. We report a case of a 41 year-old man complaining of sudden onset left lower limb and groin pain... https://www.sciencedirect.com