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Granulosa Cell Tumor of Scrotal Tunics: A Case Report

Ji EK, Cho KS

We report a case of adult granulosa cell tumor arising in the scrotal tunics. The patient was a 34-year-old man who presented with right scrotal swelling, first noticed four months...
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Foreign Body Granulomas of the Breast Presenting as Bilateral Spiculated Masses

Han BK, Choe YH, Ko YH, Nam SJ, Yang JH

In Asia, mammography following the injection of foreign materials into the breasts for cosmetic augmentation is frequently seen and diagnosis based on the typical radiologic findings is straightforward. We report...
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Gangliocytoma Mimicking Extra-axial Tumor: A Report of Two Cases

Kim HS, Lee HK, Jeong AK, Shin JH, Choi CG, Khang SK

We report two cases of supratentorial gangliocytomas mimicking an extra-axial tumor. MR imaging indicated that the tumors were extra-axial, and meningiomas were thus initially diagnosed. Relative to gray matter, the...
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Intraventricular Hemorrhage Caused by Lateral Ventricular Meningioma: A Case Report

Lee EJ, Choi KH, Kang SW, Lee IW

Meningiomas causing intracranial hemorrhage are rare, and hemorrhage from a lateral ventricular meningioma seems to be even rarer. We report a case of trigonal meningioma in a 43-year-old woman who...
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Pelvic Fistulas Complicating Pelvic Surgery or Diseases: Spectrum of Imaging Findings

Moon SG, Kim SH, Lee HJ, Moon MH, Myung JS

Pelvic fistulas may result from obstetric complications, inflammatory bowel disease, pelvic malignancy, pelvic radiation therapy, pelvic surgery, or other traumatic causes, and their symptoms may be distressing. In our experience,...
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Foreign Bodies in the Chest: How Come They Are Seen in Adults?

Kim TJ, Goo JM, Moon MH, Im JG, Kim MY

The radiologic and clinical findings of foreign bodies in the chest of children are well recognized. Foreign bodies in adults are infrequent, however, and the radiologic findings of these unusual...
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Human in-vivo 31P MR Spectroscopy of Benign and Malignant Breast Tumors

Park JM, Park JH

OBJECTIVE: To assess the potential clinical utility of in-vivo 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) in patients with various malignant and benign breast lesions. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Seventeen patients with untreated...
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Evaluation of the Biodurability of Polyurethane-Covered Stent Using a Flow Phantom

Kim DH, Kang SG, Choi JR, Byun JN, Kim YC, Ahn YM

OBJECTIVE:To evaluate the biodurability of the covering material in retrievable metallic stents covered with polycarbonate polyurethane. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Using a peristaltic pump at a constant rate of 1ml/min, bile...
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Unusual Acute Encephalitis Involving the Thalamus: Imaging Features

Kim SS, Chang KH, Kim KW, Han MH, Park SH, Nam HW, Choi KH, Cho WH

OBJECTIVE: To describe the brain CT and MR imaging findings of unusual acute encephalitis involving the thalamus. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed the medical records and CT and/or MR...
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Hippocampal Sclerosis: Correlation of MR Imaging Findings

Kim YH, Chang KH, Park SW, Ko YW, Lee SH, Yu IK, Han MH, Lee SK, Chung CK

OBJECTIVE: Atrophy and a high T2 signal of the hippocampus are known to be the principal MR imaging findings of hippocampal sclerosis. The purpose of this study was to determine...
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