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Large pelvic cysts are commonly seen in gynecologic practice; their heterogeneous origin is reflected in their pleomorphic clinical features. We report the case of a 64‐year‐old multiparous postmenopausal woman with an unusual manifestation of endometrial adenocarcinoma that presented as...
Purpose We compared transabdominal sonography with upper gastrointestinal tract x‐ray series (barium study) for evaluating gastroesophageal junction disease. Methods Fifty‐five patients underwent barium study and sonography, which were performed independently by 2 radiologists. The results were...
We describe the case of a mobile left lower quadrant mass associated with recurrent abdominal pain; at surgical exploration, the mass was found to be an accessory pelvic spleen. Although accessory spleens are present in 10–30% of individuals, a wandering accessory spleen located in the pelvis is...
Patients with hereditary angioedema (HAE) may suffer from abdominal pain severe enough to prompt unnecessary surgical intervention. The diagnostic approach to abdominal pain during HAE attacks is not established. We describe abdominal sonographic findings during severe colic in 2 patients with...
Purpose Depth of wall invasion is the main prognostic factor in gastric cancer. We studied the utility of hydrogastric sonography in the evaluation of transmural infiltration by gastric cancer. Methods Thirty‐seven patients with gastric adenocarcinoma were examined before surgery with a 5‐MHz...
This case report describes the use of musculoskeletal sonography in the diagnosis of rhabdomyolysis. The case involved an episode of severe muscle lysis following a heroin overdose in an addict who lay comatose for an uncertain period. Sonography revealed multiple hyperechoic areas within the...
Purpose Our objective was to demonstrate sonographically the flow distribution in the circulation of human placentae as well as the sensitivity of the human fetal capillary bed to vasoconstriction and dilatation. Methods Five human full‐term placental lobules were maintained in vitro with fetal...
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