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Cat scratch disease is a relatively common bacterial infection caused by contact with infected feline saliva. This case demonstrates an unusual presentation of adenopathy involving the superficial subcutaneous tissue of the upper extremity. Because of the location, adenopathy was not the primary...
A study was undertaken to evaluate the use of 3D multiplanar reconstructed (MPR) images to reduce the scan time for endovaginal studies, thereby potentially reducing sonographer strain and possibly improving patient workflow. The scope of the study was limited to evaluation of the endometrium. A...
An evidence-based review was made of the systematic review published in the Annals of Internal Medicine regarding the guidelines for screening asymptomatic women for breast cancer in the United States. The US Preventive Services Task Force’s publication does not provide enough detail in the...
Cysticercosis, although common in developing nations, is an uncommon cause of a breast lump. This article reports a case from India, where a young woman presented with a firm, nontender breast lump. Breast sonography imaging with a high-frequency transducer revealed a well-defined cystic lesion...
Amniotic band syndrome (ABS) occurs secondary to rupture of the amnion in early pregnancy. This may result in entrapment of fetal structures, which in turn can cause a wide range of congenital malformations, including constriction or amputation. Presented here is a case involving a live fetus at...
Recent advances in sonography have dramatically improved the evaluation of the female urethra and vaginal canal. Widespread use of sonography for the detection of vaginal masses presents a less expensive way to identify pathology. The author recently encountered a patient with a rare vaginal...
Congenital cardiac masses are rare, with rhabdomyoma being the most common cardiac tumor occurring in the fetus. Intrapericardial teratomas are the second most common congenital cardiac mass, although reports of prenatal diagnosis in the existing literature are rare. Rapid growth of pericardial...
The incidence of holoprosencephaly is about 1 in 10,000 to 20,000 births. There are three major forms: alobar, semilobar, and lobar. The alobar form with cyclopia is very rare. The author describes a transabdominal sonographic diagnosis of an alobar form of holoprosencephaly at 20 weeks’...
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