Abstract:A 31 year old woman presented with complaints of long standing lower abdominal pain, intermittent rectal bleeding and altered bowel habits. Images from the contrast enhanced computed tomographic (CECT) scan of
Abstract:58 year old male presented with complaints of epigastric discomfort, fatigue and recurrent vomiting since 3 months. Images from the magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) and endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)
Abstract:Stroke is a leading cause of death and acquired disability worldwide. Top of the Basilar Syndrome (TOBS), is a relatively uncommon subtype of stroke, and it has a wide spectrum of clinical presentations
Abstract: Primary female genital tract lymphoma is a rare etiology with extremely rare occurrence. Imaging findings of primary female genital tract lymphoma are mostly reported in case report.
Abstract: Atretic meningocele is a rare subtype of encefalocele. It represents a small, skin-covered, sub scalp lesion that contains meanings, neural and glial rests.
Abstract: Acute lower Gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding is conventionally determined as a bleeding occured from a distal part of the ligament of Treitz. The bleeding stops spontaneously in most of the cases, and the
Abstract: The persistent Primitive Trigeminal Artery (PTA) is the largest of the fetal carotid-basilar anastomosis arteries. PTA is generally determined incidentally during investigations for unrelated reasons. Persistent trigeminal artery is a rarely seen
Abstract: The glial Heterotopia is a rare developmental abnormality in the nasopharynx. We report two girls with this lesion. CT and MR imaging demonstrated an ovoid heterogeneously pedunculated mass attached to the left nasopharyngeal wall by a stalk of
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Abstract This review discusses the history of detecting Endolymphatic Hydrops (EH) and collecting evidence to diagnose Meniere's Disease (MD) using Gadoliniumenhanced Inner Ear MRI (Gd-IEMRI) and the challenges in clinical applications.