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 Unbedenklich selbst in der Frühschwangerschaft
 TORONTO. Die Bedenken gegenüber dem Einsatz einer MRT in der Frühschwangerschaft basieren auf der Befürchtung, dass aufgrund der starken Magnetfelder und der magnetischen Wechselfelder im Radiofrequenzbereich das in der Phase der Organogenese besonders empfindliche fetale Gewebe erwärmt werden und somit Schaden nehmen könnte...
  
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 MRT-Untersuchung in der Schwangerschaft: Kontrastmittel kann zu jeder Zeit das Kind schädigen
 Schwangere Frauen, bei denen eine Bildgebung erforderlich ist, werden möglichst mit einem Verfahren ohne ionisierende Strahlen untersucht. Ultraschall und Magnetresonanztomographie (MRT) sind solche Alternativen...
  
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 MRIMaster.com Anatomy axial Brain
 This MRI brain cross sectional anatomy tool is absolutely free to use. Use the mouse scroll wheel to move the images up and down alternatively use the tiny arrows (>>) on both side of the image to move the images...
  
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Kerley lines Commons Braegel
  
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A very large (9cm) fibroid of the uterus which is causing pelvic congestion on CT Commons James Heilman, MD
  
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 Nomenklatur der (lumbalen) Bandscheiben
 Lange Zeit ist man für die Beurteilung der Bandscheibe mit 2 Begriffen ausgekommen: Protrusion und Prolaps. Mit der Weiterentwicklung der CT und Einführung der MRT in die Bandscheibendiagnostik war jedoch eine Differenzierungnotwendig... https://www.drewes-partner.de
  
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Bilateral condylar canals (arrows) above the vertebral arteries. 3D volumetric rendering of CT angiogram with window levels set to show bony and vascular features. Commons Dr.Victor.Yang
  
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 Vena anastomotica superior (Trolard Vene)
 Die Vena anastomotica superior (Trolard Vene) ist eine oberflächliche Hirnvene, welche die Vena media superficialis cerebri https://www.ars-neurochirurgica.com
  
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Klinodaktylie und Brachymesophalangie am Kleinfinger Commons {{original uploader|Tomograph|wikipedia|de}}
  
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Coronal section of brain through anterior commissure. Commons Henry Gray
  
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 https://www.uniklinik-ulm.de/innere-medizin-ii/forschungsschwerpunkte/bildgebung-mrt/kontraindikationen-fuer-eine-mr-untersuchung.html
 Kontraindikationen für ein MR-Untersuchung https://www.uniklinik-ulm.de
  
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87 year old man with a liposarcoma. Chest CT-scan. Commons Panoraia Paraskeva, Paraskevas Katsaronis, Eleftherios D Spartalis, Andreas C Lazaris, Hara Gakiopoulou, Panagiotis Mallis and Periklis Tomos
  
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 PediRad - Uni Bern: D1 Skelettentwicklung - 158 Seiten
 Im Modul D1 sollte das Ziel des Lernenden sein, sich mit der Skelettentwicklung des Kindes einschliesslich Normvarianten, die als Pathologie fehldiagnostiziert werden können, (unter anderen NOF (Nicht-ossifizierendes Fibrom)) und der pathologischen Skelettentwicklungen zu befassen... https://pedirad.elearning.aum.iml.unibe.ch
  
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 Paediatric post-traumatic osseous cystic lesion following a distal radial fracture
 Post-traumatic osseous cystic lesions are a rare complication in children. An aetiology of intramedullary fat seepage through the damaged bone cortex and its entrapment within the subperiosteum has been proposed... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
  
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Ligaments of wrist. Posterior view. Commons Henry Gray
  
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 Ligamentum teres avulsion fracture of femoral head
 Ligamentum teres avulsion fractures are rare however rupture and tears of the ligament are an underdiagnosed injury, often only found at arthroscopy. Radiopaedia
  
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 Radial neck fracture
 Radial neck and radial head fractures can be occult, with only a joint effusion evident on radiograph.  In children, supracondylar fractures are more common, and alignment of the capitellum relative to the anterior humeral cortex assessed for displacement... Radiopaedia
  
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 Distal scaphoid fracture
 Scaphoid fractures should be described according to their location and displaced.  More proximal fractures are at a higher risk of non-union, with some going to develop a SNAC (scaphoid non-union advanced collapse) wrist... Radiopaedia
  
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 Normal shoulder axillary view (radiograph)
 The axillary and Y views are second views that are used in the assessment of shoulder/ glenohumeral dislocation. Radiopaedia
  
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 Normal hand (radiograph)
 A systematic approach will help those reporting MSK studies to not overlook important review areas. When preparing for exams a checklist can be useful to cover the main findings which can be shown on a hand radiograph in the exam... Radiopaedia
  
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 Normal foot (radiograph)
 Important areas to review include midfoot alignment, which is lost in Lisfranc injuries, the metatarsals and navicular for stress fractures, and for an erosive arthropathy, such as in gout... Radiopaedia
  
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 Normal ankle (radiograph)
 Soft tissue swelling will accompany fractures therefore its presence should alert the interpreter to a more significant injury, such as a fracture.  Checklists can be used when preparing for exams, which will highlight more commonly shown pathologies... Radiopaedia
  
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 Multiple myeloma
 Multiple myeloma can be evident on radiographs with multiple focal lucencies, detected during part of a skeletal survey, with some institutions using MRI to aid in diagnosis and staging 1... Radiopaedia
  
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 Normal chest (radiograph)
 Pneumothorax is a common indication for a chest radiograph and the lung apices are important check-areas during reporting. If demonstrated, the signs indicating tension pneumothorax should also be assessed, with mediastinal shift to the contralateral side to the pneumothorax as one of the main findings... Radiopaedia
  
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 Normal chest (radiograph)
 Those presenting with chest pain could have a pneumothorax, hiatus hernia, pneumopericardium, or have no radiological findings.  Rib fractures in isolation should not be assessed with a chest radiograph... Radiopaedia
  
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 Achalasia
 Achalasia can be demonstrated on chest radiographs and results in chronic dilation of the esophagus due to poor emptying.  The diagnosis can be confirmed on a barium swallow which will show the classic beaklike narrowing of the distal esophagus 1... Radiopaedia
  
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 Normal chest (radiograph)
 Normal chest radiograph. Review areas include the lung apices, below the diagram, behind the heart and the skeleton. Radiopaedia
  
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 Pleural plaques - extensive
 There is nothing subtle about these calcified pleural plaques. Radiopaedia
  
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 Right main bronchus intubation causing left lung atelectasis
 This case represents a classic example of right main bronchus intubation. The patient was intubated as part of induction of anesthesia for an elective surgical procedure... Radiopaedia
  
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 Posterior glenohumeral joint dislocation
 The lightbulb sign occurs when the humeral head is posteriorly dislocated causing humeral head internal rotation giving this appearance.  A second view should be used to confirm these findings, or CT when positioning can be difficult due to pain and/or associated fracture... Radiopaedia
  
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 Anterior glenohumeral joint dislocation
 Glenohumeral dislocations can be anterior or posterior and the Y view can aid in the differentiation.  Associated bony Bankart and Hill-Sach defects should be also assessed for... Radiopaedia
  
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 Sclerotic coracoid metastasis
 Bone metastasis can be sclerotic, lytic or mixed.  The sex of the patient will determine the most likely differentially, which should include prostate cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, and carcinoid... Radiopaedia
  
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 Normal pelvis (radiograph)
 Osteoarthritis of the hip is common, and subjectively is usually divided into mild, moderate and severe.  Appearances differ from inflammatory arthritis', such as rheumatoid arthritis, where the joint space loss is symmetric, not predominantly in the weight-bearing aspect of the joint 1... Radiopaedia
  
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 Left intracapsular neck of femur fracture
 Neck of femur fractures, often abbreviated to 'NOFs', can affect the intracapsular neck, extracapsular portion or proximal femur.  Hemiarthroplasty is performed for displaced intracapsular neck of femur fractures in those deemed not suitable for total hip replacement (THR)... Radiopaedia
  
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 Medial clavicle fracture
 Clavicle fractures are common in younger patients, and the location and degree of displacement should be described.  An important check area is the lung apex for a concurrent pneumothorax... Radiopaedia
  
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 Bilateral tibial hemimelia type 1b
 Tibial hemimelia (also known as tibial deficiency) is a congenital condition. Radiopaedia
  
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 Malignant pleural effusion
 The patient had a history of breast cancer and a pleural tap confirmed the presence of metastatic carcinoma in the left hemithorax. She was palliated due to multiple comorbidities and passed away peacefully several days later... Radiopaedia
  
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 Congenital radial head dislocation
 Congenital dislocation of the radial head is the most common congenital elbow abnormality and in the majority of cases it is bilateral. Usually occurs in association with other conditions (60% of the time), but can also occur in isolation... Radiopaedia
  
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 Cortical vein thrombosis with infarct and hemorrhage
 The superior anastamotic veins (veins of Trolard) are the largest paired superficial veins draining to the superior sagittal sinus.The unenhanced CT in this case nicely demonstrates the cord sign of a hyperdense, expanded cerebral vein... Radiopaedia
  
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 Dural venous sinus thrombosis
 Findings in this case are consistent with dural venous sinus thrombosis, with a dense vein sign shown on initial non-IV contrast brain CT. Radiopaedia