Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Dorsal dermal Sinus with Intramedullary Abscess Formation--MRI


Dorsal dermal sinus, a congenital abnormality associated with spinal dysraphism, can serve as a path for spread of infection inside the spinal thecal sac with its sequelae. Intramedullary abscess formation is an uncommon complication and very few have been reported in the English literature. Case by Dr Sangeeta Aneja, MD Associate Professor & Head of Dept. LLRM Medical College.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Teleradiology Market Potential

"TechNavio, the market intelligence platform of Infiniti Research published its a new research report on the teleradiology market. The report says that the global market for teleradiology was around $6 billion in 2008, and is expected to grow at double digit rates in the next five years. The report says that “Technological advances and requirement to lower the healthcare costs have encouraged the healthcare services providers to outsource the diagnosis of radiology images to developing and low-cost countries. Also, the ease of entry for the new entrants in the teleradiology market has resulted in a higher competition in the market, and a greater number of teleradiology service providers.”
Source: TechNavio
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Monday, September 21, 2009

Symptomatic Bipartite Patella- MRI & CT








It is a common congenital fragmentation or synchondrosis of the patella. It occurs in approximately 1% of population but some have observed a much higher incidence; most remain asymptomatic, but direct trauma may disrupt the synchondroses, causing symtoms that mimic those of fracture. Symptomatic cases are identified on MRI with marrow edema as in our case of a 11 yr old with pain for last 6 months. Second opinion- Teleradiology Providers

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Suspected Artery of Percheron Infarct-Rare Case Report












Thalami and midbrain arterial supply arises from many perforating blood vessels with a complex distribution for which many variations have been described. One rare variation, named the “artery of Percheron,” is a solitary arterial trunk that arises from one of the proximal
segments of a posterior cerebral artery and supplies the paramedian thalami and the rostral midbrain bilaterally. Occlusion of this artery results in bilateral thalamic and mesencephalic infarctions. This is a 50 year old female who developed sudden altered sensorium following hypotension due to sorbitrate administration. Similar cases have been described in AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 24:2005–2008, November/December 2003. Diffusion and FLAIR images of the case have been provided showing FLAIR hyperintensity and differential bright signal on DWI.
Case Submitted by Dr Sangeeta Aneja, MD, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Radiodiagnosis, L.L.R.M. Medical College, Meerut.

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Friday, September 18, 2009

Sequestered disk-MRI


Sequestered disk a free fragment of the nucleus pulposus in the spinal canal outside of the anulus fibrosus and no longer attached to the intervertebral disk.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Aortic Dissection-CTA












"Much has been written on the subject of aortic dissections, from the first well-documented case of aortic dissection, when King George II of England died while straining on the commode, to the first successful operative repairs by DeBakey in 1955, to modern techniques of diagnosing and repairing thoracic aortic dissections. More recently, this has come to light with the diagnosis of aortic dissection in Princess Diana, actor John Ritter, and Dr. DeBakey himself. "
This is a case of spontaneous Stanford Type A & Debakey Type I aortic dissection with involvement of the ascending and descending aorta along with aortic root involvement, diagnosed on CT angiography.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Caroticocavernous Fistula-MRI












The caroticocavernous fistula is a specific type of dural arteriovenous fistula characterized by abnormal arteriovenous shunting within the cavernous sinus. A caroticocavernous fistula results in high-pressure arterial blood entering the low-pressure venous cavernous sinus.
This interferes with normal venous drainage patterns and compromises blood flow within the cavernous sinus and the orbit. This is post RTA case with caroticocavernous fistula on the right side diagnosed on MR angiography.



Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Synovial Osteochondromatosis of Shoulder












Synovial osteochondromatosis (SOC) is a benign condition characterized by synovial membrane proliferation and metaplasia. The entity also is termed synovial chondromatosis. The synovial lining of a joint, bursa, or tendon sheath undergoes nodular proliferation, and fragments may break off from the synovial surface into the joint.

Monday, September 07, 2009

Impact of Internet

I am a firm beleiver in the fact that world as we know today is largely influenced by internet and it can easily be called as most important change in the modern world but along with its benefits, the World Wide Web has also had some negative impacts on people.
"The Telegraph has compiled a list of 50 things that are in the process of being killed off by the web and other tools of modern communication, from products and business models to life experiences and habits."

Saturday, September 05, 2009

Tennis Elbow-MRI



Lateral epicondylitis. Coronal short-tau inversion recovery (STIR) image demonstrates edema near the origin of the common extensor.

Sphenoid Sinus Osteoma-CT




Sphenoidal sinus osteoma are relatively uncommon and usually detected incidentally as in our case of a 28 year old patient who presented with headache. Axial and coronal NCCT images have been provided.
Case by Dr Jaya Shankar and Dr Sumer Sethi.
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Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Post traumatic Internal carotid dissection-MRA







This is a 20 year old boy with right sided hemiparesis following RTA. Note the abrupt tapering of the lumen of ICA on the left side, and left MCA territory infarct on DWI.

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