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Giant peritoneal loose bodies
(AOSIS Publishing, 2015-03)
Giant peritoneal loose bodies are rare lesions, originating from auto-amputated appendices epiploicae. They may cause urinary or gastrointestinal obstruction and, should the radiologist not be familiar with the entity, ...
(AOSIS Publishing, 2012-02)
Two cases of mandibulofacial dystostosis are presented in order to describe the features associated with the condition. Computed tomography (CT) is frequently performed on these patients to aid in surgical planning. 3D ...
The accuracy of after-hour registrar Computed Tomography (CT) reporting in a tertiary South African teaching hospital
(AOSIS Publishing, 2014-05-16)
Background: The Division of Radiodiagnosis at Tygerberg Academic Hospital, a 1384-bed tertiary training institution in Cape Town, South Africa provides a comprehensive 24-hour clinical radiology service, and has a duty ...
Appropriate indications for positron emission tomography/computed tomography : College of Nuclear Physicians of the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 2016)
Individualised patient treatment approaches demand precise determination of initial disease extent combined with early, accurate assessment of response to treatment, which is made possible by positron emission tomography/computed ...
Rekenaartomografiese diagnose van intratorakale lipoom : 'n gevalsbespreking
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1984)
A case of intrathoracic lipoma in a child is presented. The diagnosis was made before operation by means of computer-assisted tomography, a non-interventional procedure.
Comparative morphological study of the pituitary gland by computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1988)
A prospective study was undertaken to compare the morphology of the pituitary gland by computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in 27 consecutive patients. CT is an accepted imaging modality but this ...