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AUTONOMOUS THYROID NODULE

Case 8816811
Face/Neck › Metabolic
old female
1 NM image
Autonomous thyroid nodule. I-123 scan demonstrates focal uptake in the left inferior thyroid with the remainder of the gland suppressed. 4 hour uptake: 14.3% (s/b <15) 24 hour uptake: 28.3% (s/b 10-30) Serum TSH: low (undetectable) Hot nodule is a term used for nodules tha … [view case]
By Paul DiDomenico, Resident
04/22/2007.
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OVARIAN TERATOMA

Case 1266741
GU › Neoplasm
6 year old female
8 Path images
IMMATURE OVARIAN TERATOMA Introduction:    Germ cell tumors include teratomas, yolk sac tumors, embryonal, and choriocarciomas.  These tumors originate from totipotent cells which migrate to the ovary from the yolk sac during embryogenesis.  Teratomas include components de … [view case]
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RENAL CLEAR CELL SARCOMA

Case 1515682
GU › Neoplasm
old
1 image (CT, Path)
Renal Clear Cell Sarcoma Introduction:    Renal Clear Cell Sarcoma was first reported by Morgan and Kidd in 1978 as an undifferentiated sarcoma of the kidney with features unlike Wilms tumor.  This tumor affects males 2:1 over females with a mean age of 36 months (range:2m … [view case]
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SEVERE DEVELOPMENTAL DYSPLASIA OF THE HIPS -…

Case 8792832
MSK › Congenital
5 month old female
10 images (CT, CR, US)
US demonstrated right hip abnormally positioned within the acetabular groove with an alpha angle measurement of 44 degrees.MRI shows lateral posterior subluxation of the femoral head within the acetabular groove. The femoral head is noted to be "docked" at the posterior li … [view case]
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MYOSITIS OSSIFICANS MIDDLE FINGER RIGHT PROX…

Case 8792772
MSK › Trauma
4 year old male
3 CR images
Myositis ossificans
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DEVELOPMENTAL VENOUS ANOMALY - CM

Case 8792608
Neuro › Normal/Variants
4 year old male
9 MR images
1.   Developmental venous anomaly without obvious associated AVM.  This is considered to be a normal variant and only occasionally can be associated with gliosis, hemorrhage and symptoms like seizures.  This can be associated with AV malformations but no evidence for this is present … [view case]
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OSTEOCHONDROMATOSIS

Case 7907389
MSK › Congenital
old
6 images (CT, CR)
Osteochondromatosis a.k.a Multiple Heriditary Exostoses Plain radiographs show pedunculated or sessile bony excrescences with sharp margins.  Flecks of calcification may be present, especially in adults.  The most common location is bony metaphysis at sites of tendon and ligamentous … [view case]
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HEMATOMA IN CISTERNA MAGNA POST BRAIN SURGER…

Case 8792283
Neuro › Hematological
9 month old male
7 images (CT, MR)
1. Interval debulking of large suprasellar mass.2. New left anterior cerebral artery and left caudate head ischemia.3. Interval decrease in size of ventricles.4. Small amount of subarachnoid and interventricular blood, likely postoperative.5. Incidental pineal cyst.
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GERMINAL LYTIC CYST IN MALE WITH TRISOMY 21 …

Case 8792229
Neuro › Congenital
1 month old male
4 US images
Left-sided cyst in the periventricular region either within or just adjacent to the caudate nucleus.  This likely represents a geminolytic cyst which can occur on an idiopathic basis but are also seem with trisomies, torch infections and secondary to other causes.
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NABOTHIAN CYST OF THE CERVIX

Case 7788911
GU › Inflammatory
old female
4 US images
Nabothian cyst Nests of cervical glandular cells (nabothian glands) that accumulate enough mucinous secretions may create a small, white, pimple-like elevation.  Nabothian retention cysts are found in the cervix and are commonly seen during routine ultrasound. These can vary … [view case]
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AORTIC AND ILLIAC ARTERY THROMBOSIS SECONDAR…

Case 7802386
Vascular/Lymphatic › Iatrogenic
5 day old female
7 images (CR, Angio, US)
Aortic and illiac thrombus secondary to umbilical arterial catherization resulting in chronic renal failure and loss of right toes. The patient had cyanosis in the perinatal period, and a diagnosis of tetralogy of Fallot with pulmonary atresia was established. Her mother has insulin dependent diabe … [view case]
By patricia burrows, Radiologist
04/18/2007.
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IBEX SYNDROME WITH INTERSTITIAL PNEUMONITITS…

Case 8781671
Chest › Infection
15 year old male
7 images (CT, CR)
There is again mildly diffuse bronchial wall thickening again extending from the mainstem bronchi to involve the peripheral branches.  Bronchiectasis is again seen, noted in all lobes which appears mildly worse when compared with previous exam.  Mild linear opacification of the medi … [view case]
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ARTIFACT OF ORBITS OF BRAIN MRI FROM EYE MAK…

Case 8781486
Neuro › Normal/Variants
18 year old female
9 MR images
The orbits, septum pellucidum, pituitary gland, including the normal position of the posterior pituitary bright spot appear grossly normal. The craniocervical junction is unremarkable.  There is demonstration of cutoff of the anterior portion of the bilateral globes, likely from artifact secondary to makeup.
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EPIDURAL ABSCESS

Case 8778976
Neuro › Infection
old
7 images (CT, MR)
By J P, Radiologist
04/18/2007.
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OPTIC NEURITIS

Case 8778896
Neuro › Inflammatory
41 year old male
9 images (CT, MR)
By J P, Radiologist
04/18/2007.
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MNIÑA DE 13 AÑOS

Case 8778384
GI › Inflammatory
13 year old female
1 image (MR, US)
By Radiologia Basurto, Resident
04/17/2007.
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ABSCESS IN SUBCUTANEOUS FAT MEDIAL ASPECT LE…

Case 8774166
MSK › Infection
old female
9 MR images
1.  Findings are suggestive of a large abscess within the subcutaneous fat on the medial aspect of the proximal calf which almost extends to the skin surface.  This is thought to have arisen within a hematoma which became infected.
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MEDULLOBLASTOMA WITH DIFFUSE LEPTOMENINGEAL …

Case 8773956
Neuro › Neoplasm
1 year old male
11 images (CT, MR)
1.  Tumor recurrence in the cerebellar vermis shown by increased signal on T2 and enhancement at the site of previous tumor resection.  Diffuse leptomeningeal carcinomatosis is seen within the supratentorial and infratentorial leptomeninges and also around the visualized upper portion of the cervi … [view case]
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LEFT HEMIDIAPHRAGM PARESIS OR PARALYSIS - JB

Case 8773937
Chest › Trauma
6 day old male
Findings consistent with left-sided hemidiaphragmatic paralysis or possible paresis.  This was not present at birth. The most common cause for this is an Erbor brachial plexus palsy which can occur during delivery.  Other causes for this can include spinal cord injury, neuromuscu … [view case]
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MUCINOUS CYSTADENOCARCINOMA OVARY AND MUCINO…

Case 8773497
GU › Neoplasm
75 year old female
10 images (CT, CR, GI)
Mucinous Cystadenocarcinoma of Ovary --Stage III Mucinous Adenocarcinoma of Cecum --Left lobe liver met, small peritoneal nodules at surgery KUB: soft tissue in pelvis is from mass not distended bladder (perivescical fat inferior to mass) CT: Complex cystic mass pelvis with ascites, … [view case]
By Ureddi Mullangi, Radiologist
04/17/2007.
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VERTICAL TALUS ASSOCIATED WIH SEVERE PLANA V…

Case 8773110
MSK › Other
old male
3 CR images
Vertical Talus Associated wih Severe Plana Valgus The navicular is not dislocated dorsally and thus does not fulfill criteria for congenital vertical talus.
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TRACHEOESOPHAGEAL FISTULA WITH PROXIMAL POUC…

Case 8773083
GI › Congenital
old male
1 CR image
The nasogastric tube is positioned within the proximal esophagus despite attempts to pass it more distally. Gas is seen within the stomach and small bowel. Findings are very suggestive of a tracheoesophageal fistula with the proximal pouch and distal fistula.
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DIAPHRAGMATIC PARALYSIS

Case 8768184
Chest › Trauma
2 week old
80-90% of diaphragmatic paresis cases in newborns are caused by injuries to the brachial plexus during delivery. Anywhere from 5-9% of brachial plexus injuries result in sufficient damage to the phrenic nerve to cause paresis of the diaphragm. Fewer than 10% are bilateral. … [view case]
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DIVERTICULOSIS

Case 8758677
GI › Congenital
old
3 images (CR, GI)
BE scout shows diverticuli of left colon BE: diverticulosis
By Ureddi Mullangi, Radiologist
04/15/2007.
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BILE LEAK

Case 5401431
GI › Trauma
old
2 CT images
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DIFFUSE MENINGEAL CARCINOMATOSIS FROM INFRAT…

Case 8757885
Neuro › Neoplasm
8 year old
At autopsy he was found to have diffuse meningeal carcinomatosis from rhabdomyosarcoma. 
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WILMS TUMOR WITH MOYA-MOYA--- ASSOCIATION O…

Case 8757815
Neuro › Vascular
2 year 6 month old
Wilms tumor who developed widespread cerebral infarction presumably from MoyaMoya disease.  There has been one case reported in the German literature in 1985 with no autopsy data.  The occurrence of a second case takes this association out of the realm of chance and more towards a causal relationship as yet unknown. 
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RENAL LOBAR ABSCESSES, PYELONEPHRITIS

Case 8740706
GU › Infection
20 year old
8 CT images
Pyelonephritis, polar abscesses The  liver,  spleen,  pancreas,  gallbladder,  and  adrenal  glands are  normal.  Right  kidney  demonstrates  a  low  density  lesion  within  its lower  pole  with  surrounding  perinephric  inflammation  at  the  lower  pole only.  There  is  mild  … [view case]
By sejal shah, Radiologist
04/13/2007.
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PROGRESSIVE DROWSINESS

Case 8735678
Neuro › Vascular
old female
17 images (CT, MR)
By Otto Rapalino, Radiologist
04/12/2007.
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Case 8732380

GI › Benign Mass, Cyst
50 year old
7 CT images
By sejal shah, Radiologist
04/12/2007.
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AORTIC COARCTATION

Case 86980
Heart › Vascular
3 year old
1 MR image
Aortic Coarctation Long segment stenosis mid to distal thoracic aorta Coarctation of the aorta is a narrowing of the aorta most commonly found just distal to the origin of the left subclavian artery. Most patients with coarctation have juxtaductal coarctation. Older terms such … [view case]
By Echo train, Resident
04/11/2007.
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EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA - TESTICLE

Case 1497421
GU › Neoplasm
old
8 images (CT, US, Path)
Embryonal Carcinoma - Testicle
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HX OF LUNG CA; ROUTING PREOP SCREENING

Case 8698864
Chest › Other
old
2 CR images
Aspirated barium. Spiculated bibasilar opacities L >> R.
By Jonathan Kazam, Resident
04/10/2007.
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APPENDICITIS

Case 5462183
GI › Infection
old
5 images (CT, US)
Appendicitis Introduction: Appendicitis is the most common indication for abdominal surgery in children.  The overall diagnostic rate is 80%. Diagnosis is often difficult in children due to atypical presentations and in women due to gynecologic and urinary pathology.  Accura … [view case]
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CONGENITAL LOBAR EMPHYSEMA

Case 5437773
Chest › Congenital
old
2 images
Congenital lobar emphysema (CLE) Introduction:  Congenital Lobar Emphysema is a potentially life-threatening condition of the lung that usually presents in the first 6 months of life.  It is defined by overexpansion of a lung associated with compression of the contralateral … [view case]
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ESOPHAGEAL MASS - CB

Case 8694733
Face/Neck › Benign Mass, Cyst
1 year 5 month old male
8 images (CT, CR)
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MYTEST007

Case 8694021
MSK › Normal/Variants
old
04/10/2007.
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MYTEST008

Case 8694017
Spine › Inflammatory
old
04/10/2007.
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MYTEST006

Case 8694005
Spine › Inflammatory
old
04/10/2007.
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MYTEST005

Case 8694001
Neuro › Congenital
old
04/10/2007.
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ASDFSDF

Case 8693988
Face/Neck › Inflammatory
old
04/10/2007.
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FASDFASDF

Case 8693975
Face/Neck › Inflammatory
old
04/10/2007.
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MYTEST004

Case 8693964
MSK › Trauma
old
04/10/2007.
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MYTEST001

Case 8693956
Spine › Benign Mass, Cyst
old
04/10/2007.
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MYTEST003

Case 8693952
Neuro › Congenital
old
04/10/2007.
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MYTEST001

Case 8693946
Other › Other
old
04/10/2007.
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SUPERNUMERARY KIDNEY

Case 8688846
GU › Congenital
61 year old male
3 CT images
Supernumerary right kidney with fusion
By Ureddi Mullangi, Radiologist
04/09/2007.
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PNEUMATOSIS

Case 8687802
GI › Iatrogenic
61 year old male
5 GI images
Pneumatosis intestinalis, defined as gas in the bowel wall, is often first identified on abdominal radiographs or CT scans. It is a radiographic finding and not a diagnosis, as the etiology varies from benign conditions to fulminant gastrointestinal disease. Pneumatosis int … [view case]
By sejal shah, Radiologist
04/09/2007.
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GOOSETEST6

Case 8687321
Spine › Neoplasm
old
04/09/2007.
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GOOSETEST6

Case 8687308
MSK › Trauma
old
04/09/2007.
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