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We report a case of esophageal web demonstrated with sonography in a 45‐year‐old woman with dysphagia. The esophageal web was incidentally detected as a circumferential hypoechoic membrane on sonograms of the cervical esophagus. © 2006 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Clin Ultrasound 34:134–137, 2006
A 55‐year‐old Japanese man presented with a fist‐sized, nonremovable mass in the right lower abdomen. Transabdominal sonographic examination revealed extensive wall thickening without stratification in the distal ileum and cecum, whose echogenicity was homogeneous and extremely low. Some...
Purpose: To determine whether 3‐dimensional (3D) volume scanning is an effective alternative method of measuring nuchal translucency in first‐trimester fetuses compared with the standard 2‐dimensional (2D) technique, and to report a standardized method of evaluation. Methods: We measured the...
Purpose: To compare three‐dimensional sonography (3D US) with quantitative cholescintigraphy for assessing gallbladder contractility. Methods: Gallbladder radioactivity was assessed in 35 patients with suspected gallbladder disease using a gamma camera 5, 30, 60, and 90 minutes after technetium...
Purpose: The aim of this study was to compare tissue harmonic imaging (THI) and conventional (fundamental) sonography in the evaluation of the scapholunate ligament (SLL). Methods: The bilateral SLL of 3 patients with unilateral SLL rupture and the bilateral SLL of 20 volunteers without history...
Segmental testicular infarction is a rare clinical entity with various causes. We report the gray‐scale and color Doppler sonographic findings of a case of segmental testicular infarction associated with varicocelectomy. © 2006 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Clin Ultrasound 34:143–145, 2006
We report a case of a 26‐year‐old multigravida pregnant woman with a history of 3 stillbirths with hydrops fetalis who presented with 17 weeks menstrual age. Sonographic examination revealed twin gestation. Twin 1 showed subcutaneous edema, pleural effusion, and mesomelic limb shortening,...
Purpose: To assess sonographic changes in Baker's cysts (BCs) of patients with knee osteoarthritis after a single intra‐articular corticosteroid injection. Methods: Thirty patients with knee osteoarthritis complicated with a symptomatic BC received a single intra‐articular injection of 40 mg...
Purpose: To evaluate whether oral fluid intake has an effect on renal length as determined with sonography. Methods: We studied 524 adult patients who were referred to our ultrasound unit with complaints other than urinary tract symptoms. The mean age of the patients was 44 years (range 17–76)....
A case of umbilical cord cyst was identified via 2‐dimensional and 3‐dimensional sonographic examination at 8 weeks' menstrual age. The cyst was solitary, measuring 18.0 mm, and it was located close to the placental insertion on the umbilical cord. The gestational sac and yolk sac diameters and...
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