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Purpose : To assess the efficacy of irradiation combined with particulate embolization for treating type D dural carotid—cavernous fistulas, supplied by the meningeal branches of both external (ECA) and internal carotid arteries. Material and Methods : Nine patients were treated by particulate...
Purpose : To estimate the prevalence of adrenal expansive lesions in patients with bronchial carcinoma, and assess the relationships among adrenal masses, TNM classification, and histology of the bronchial carcinoma, and to reveal other signs of inoperability in these patients. Material and...
Purpose : Chest radiographs from 3 digital systems — 2 based on luminescent phosphors and one on selenium — and a conventional film-screen system were evaluated and compared. Material and Methods : Computed radiography (CR) has for the past years been dominated by a single manufacturer, but...
A 58-year-old man underwent percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasties in June 1992 and May 1993. Approximately 3 weeks after the last procedure, a cutaneous lesion developed into an ulcer over the right scapular region. The ulcer failed to heal with conservative treatment; therefore,...
Development of medical radiology in Iceland is described.
Purpose : We wanted to compare the metabolite status of brain lesions in different clinical subtypes of multiple sclerosis (MS). Two acute MS lesions with ringlike appearances were also investigated. Material and Methods : Twenty-three clinically stable MS patients, 2 patients with acute...
Purpose : Investigation of examination technique, image quality, and absorbed dose to the patients in paediatric radiology. Material and Methods : In total, 19 Swedish hospitals participated in the study. Using a questionnaire, the hospitals described their examination technique for the pelvis,...
Purpose : To describe the changes in the endosonographic appearance of the anal sphincter muscles with age. Material and Methods : Fifty subjects (age range 22–85 years) with no history of anorectal disease or surgery were studied with anal endosonography. The thickness of the internal and...
Purpose : The videoradiographic examination described was designed for habitual snorers and sleep apnea syndrome (SAS) patients and was performed during wakefulness and sleep. During wakefulness the purpose was to reveal any dysfunction in deglutition and speech as well as morphologic...
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