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Trichobezoar | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Trichobezoar | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

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Disappearing basal ganglia sign | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Disappearing basal ganglia sign | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

A bezoar refers to an accumulation of undigested ingested contents with the gastrointestinal tract.  http://radiopaedia.org/play/721/case/29528/discussion

A bezoar refers to an accumulation of undigested ingested contents with the gastrointestinal tract. http://radiopaedia.org/play/721/case/29528/discussion

Ectopic kidney (or renal ectopia) is a developmental renal anomaly characterised by abnormal anatomical location of one or both of the kidneys.  During normal embryological development, there is cephalic migration of the kidneys to their normal retroperitoneal location and an ectopic location is a result of arrested migration.   http://radiopaedia.org/articles/ectopic-kidney-1

Ectopic kidney (or renal ectopia) is a developmental renal anomaly characterised by abnormal anatomical location of one or both of the kidneys. During normal embryological development, there is cephalic migration of the kidneys to their normal retroperitoneal location and an ectopic location is a result of arrested migration. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/ectopic-kidney-1

"Stroke Series" video 4 of 7: Temporal evolution of ischaemic stroke. Presented by Neuroradiologist Dr Frank Gaillard.

"Stroke Series" video 4 of 7: Temporal evolution of ischaemic stroke. Presented by Neuroradiologist Dr Frank Gaillard.

Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD), also sometimes more vaguely referred to as adult polycystic kidney disease.  CT is of course very sensitive to the diagnosis, and excellent at characterising renal cysts. Simple cysts appear as rounded structures with near water attenuation (HU ~ 0). The wall are very thin and regular, and are often imperceptible.   http://radiopaedia.org/articles/autosomal-dominant-polycystic-kidney-disease-1

Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD), also sometimes more vaguely referred to as adult polycystic kidney disease. CT is of course very sensitive to the diagnosis, and excellent at characterising renal cysts. Simple cysts appear as rounded structures with near water attenuation (HU ~ 0). The wall are very thin and regular, and are often imperceptible. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/autosomal-dominant-polycystic-kidney-disease-1

Lunate dislocation - is an uncommon traumatic wrist injury that requires prompt management and surgical repair. The lunate dislocates by rotating and displacing in the volar direction which results in two cute plain radiograph signs. On an AP film the lunate assumes an abnormal triangular appearance with the apex pointing distally known as the piece of pie sign. The same appearance is also seen in perilunate dislocation. On a lateral film the lunate ‘spills’ forwards creating the spi

Lunate dislocation - is an uncommon traumatic wrist injury that requires prompt management and surgical repair. The lunate dislocates by rotating and displacing in the volar direction which results in two cute plain radiograph signs. On an AP film the lunate assumes an abnormal triangular appearance with the apex pointing distally known as the piece of pie sign. The same appearance is also seen in perilunate dislocation. On a lateral film the lunate ‘spills’ forwards creating the spi

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