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  • Deems a superior sulcus tumor unresectable
    Any involvement of vertebral body, brachial plexus, subclavian artery.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Peripheral consolidation (photographic negative of pulmonary edema)
    Chronic eosinophilic pneumonia.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Radiculopathy neurologic signs
    Muscle weakness. Decreased reflexes. Dermatomal sensory deficits.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Intravascular MR enhancement of infarcted brain
    Commonly seen in infarct during the first week. May be due to slow flow or vasodilation in arteries and veins. May be detected within minutes of vessel occlusion. Seen in a majority of cortical infarcts at 1 to 3 days. Resolves by 10 days.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Optic nerve glioma
    Low grade pilocytic astrocytoma. Most common tumor of optic nerve. Typically occurs during first decade of life. High association with neurofibromatosis type 1. Enlarged sheath complex may be tubular, fusiform, or eccentric with kinking. Rarely calcify.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • what is the most sensitive imaging modality used for detection of gall bladder stone?
    ultrasonography with accuracy near 100%
    Author: Yaser Zakaria
  • Brain Coccidioidomycosis
    Occurs in southwestern United States. Focal parenchymal granulomas are rare. Hydrocephalus is common from complicating meningitis.
    Author: Radiolopolis
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    Author: Radiolopolis
  • __________ is often associated with Kienbock malacia.
    Negative ulnar variance.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Posterior tibial tendonitis and rupture are commonly encountered in patients with
    Rheumatoid arthritis.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • CT signs of ureteral stone?
    Homogeneous density in ureter lumen. Unilateral hydronephrosis. Hydroureter. Perirenal stranding. Nephromegaly. Loss of white renal pyramids. Kidney stones.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Testicular lesions mimicking tumors?
    Focal orchitis. Focal atrophy/fibrosis. Infarcts. Abscess. Hematoma. Contusion. Sarcoid. Tuberculosis. Adrenal rest tissue.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Fetal meconium ileus?
    Impaction of thick meconium within terminal ileum. Proximal bowel dilation may not occur until 3rd trimester. Causes: Mechanical intestinal obstruction. Cystic fibrosis.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Sphenoid sinusitis is of great clinical concern as it may
    Extend intracranially due to presence of valveless veins.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • (Deficit/Syndrome : Cerebral artery/branch/side affected), Incontinence, akinetic mutism :
    ACA/Hemispheric branch/both sides
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Causes of peritoneal masses?
    Metastases. Tuberculosis. Mesothelioma. Pseudomyxoma peritonei. Omental infarct.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • In-111 WBC dose? Gamma energies? Half-life? Time to imaging?
    0.5 mCi. 172, 247 keV. 67 hrs. 24 hrs.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Small aorta in fetal ultrasound?
    Coarctation. Hypoplastic left heart.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Myelination Landmarks by Age 0 days
    High T1 signal: Dorsal brainstem. Ventrolateral thalamus. Lentiform nucleus. Central corticospinal tracts. Low T2 signal: Posterior limb internal capsule posterior portion.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Cystic liver masses?
    Hepatic cysts Pyogenic abscess Amebic abscess Hydatid cyst
    Author: Radiolopolis


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11. Molecular Imaging

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1. Body Imaging

2. CNS

3. CNS Imaging

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5. Chest

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11. Molecular Imaging

12. Musculoskeletal Imaging

13. Neuro

14. Neuroradiology

15. Nuclear Medicine

16. Nucs

17. Sonography

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19. US

20. Ultrasound

21. gall stone

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