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Cerebral arteriovenous malformation | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Cerebral arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are the most common symptomatic cerebrovascular malformations. Their most common presentation is intraparenchymal haematoma. Large AVMs are typically wedge-shaped lesions located in the watershed area.

Immature teratoma | Radiology Case @*i.prefer.not.giving.my.name*

This child went on to have a craniotomy and debulking of the tumour, confirming the diagnosis of an immature intracranial teratoma.

Radiology Signs — Insular ribbon sign - refers to loss of the normal...

Insular ribbon sign - refers to loss of the normal insular cortex grey-white differentiation and is one of the earliest imaging signs of middle cerebral artery territory infarction. The insular cortex.

Magnetic resonance image (MRI) of the brain showing numerous white dots scattered throughout brain. Each of these dots are actually cysticerci which is indicative of Neurocysticercosis.

Figure Magnetic resonance image weighted) of the brain shows numerous tiny lesions (neurocysticercosis) scattered throughout brain parenchyma with relative predilection for a gray-white junction and basal ganglia

Chest xray showing pneumopericardium, with CT confirming a gastropericardial fistula - a complication of previous gastric surgery.  #FOAMed #FOAMrad #radiology

Chest xray showing pneumopericardium, with CT confirming a gastropericardial fistula - a complication of previous gastric surgery.

Black turbinate sign - an important MRI sign of mucormycosis; a deadly form of acute invasive fungal sinusitis seen in diabetic and immunocompromised patients. Angioinvasive fungal hyphae cause infarction as they invade the nasal mucosa. This results in a ‘black’ area of non-enhancing mucosa which stands out against the normal enhancing mucosa. The sign may be critical to early detection and treatment of mucormycosis which when untreated can result in blindness and death within 2 weeks.

Black turbinate sign - an important MRI sign of mucormycosis; a deadly form of acute invasive fungal sinusitis seen in diabetic and immunocompromised patients. Fungal spores germinate to produce.

Radiology, Neurology, Medical, Lightning Bolt, Med School, Medical Technology

A gastric volvulus is a specific type of volvulus that occurs when the stomach twists on its mesentery. It can range from asymptomatic to a potentially catastrophic condition.  It may be an organo-axial or mesentero-axial type.    See illustrations and more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/gastric-volvulus

Gastric volvulus is a specific type of volvulus that occurs when the stomach twists on its mesentery. It should be at least and cause bowel obstruction to be called gastric volvulus. Merely gastric rotation on its root is not considered gast.

Erosive osteoarthritis | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

The gull-wing appearance (also known as seagull erosions) is seen in erosive osteoarthritis, typically on posteroanterior radiographs. The combination of cartilage space loss, central subchondral erosions, and marginal osteophyte proliferation re.

Target sign (USG) -  Intussusception (ileocolic type) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

The original abdominal radiograph was read negative. With high suspicion for Intussusception an ultrasound was performed. The Intussusception was within the right lower abdomen, and in retrospect likely represents the soft tissue density on the a.

B/L Radial aplasia

B/L Radial aplasia

Vertebral aplasia - Von Schlapp syndrome | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Vertebral aplasia, in association with the patient’s clinical symptoms, is consistent with the diagnosis of Von Schlapp Syndrome (VSS).