Items tagged “aps”

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Ficat and Arlet classification of osteonecrosis of the femoral head

The Ficat and Arlet classification uses a combination of plain radiographs, MRI, and clinical features to stage osteonecrosis of the femoral head. Classification stage 0 plain radiograph: normal MRI: normal clinical symptoms: nil stage I plain radiograph: normal or minor osteopenia MRI: ...
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Corpus callosum agenesis

  Diagnosis certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 20 Oct 2013
95% complete
CT
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Gnathic osteosarcoma

  Diagnosis probable
Aditya Shetty
Published 21 Oct 2013
68% complete
CT
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Subarachnoid hemorrhage - traumatic

  Diagnosis certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 04 Nov 2013
95% complete
CT
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Crossed fused renal ectopia

  Diagnosis almost certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 05 Nov 2013
79% complete
Fluoroscopy
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Modified CT severity index (pancreatitis)

The modified CT severity index is an extension of the original CT severity index (CTSI) which was developed by Balthazar and colleagues in 1990 for distinguishing mild, moderate and severe forms of acute pancreatitis. The original CT severity index has been followed internationally and has been...
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Right lung collapse

  Diagnosis almost certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 11 Jan 2014
82% complete
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Chilaiditi sign

  Diagnosis certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 11 Jan 2014
100% complete
X-ray
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Pulmonary consolidation

  Diagnosis almost certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 14 Jan 2014
82% complete
X-ray
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Filarial dance sign

The filarial dance sign refers to a twirling motion of macrofilariae (adult worms; e.g. W. bancrofti) in dilated lymphatic channels. It is identified as a characteristic sign of scrotal filariasis. The dilated channels are identified with the absence of color flow on color Doppler study and the...
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Scrotal filariasis

Scrotal filariasis is a manifestation of filariasis and refers to scrotal involvement from parasitic nematodes of the superfamily Filarioidea. Epidemiology Known disease of the tropics and subtropics and a cause of morbidity in Asia, Africa and the Western Pacific regions 2. Clinical presenta...
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Ingested coin

  Diagnosis almost certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 16 Jan 2014
75% complete
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Ureteric calculus

  Diagnosis almost certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 16 Jan 2014
75% complete
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Endobronchial intubation

  Diagnosis almost certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 17 Jan 2014
82% complete
X-ray
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Neonatal pneumothorax

Neonatal pneumothorax describes pneumothoraces occurring in neonates. It is a life-threatening condition, associated with high morbidity and mortality. The diagnosis is a challenge especially when the amount of air is small and may accumulate along the anterior or medial pleural space. Epidemio...
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Anterior shoulder dislocation

  Diagnosis certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 17 Jan 2014
94% complete
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Pulmonary metastases - cannonball

  Diagnosis certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 18 Jan 2014
97% complete
X-ray
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Medial stripe sign

The medial stripe sign refers to an area of increased lucency at the interface of the medial lung and the mediastinum on a chest radiograph in a case of medial pneumothorax. A small pneumothorax generally accumulates anteriorly or medially which may be difficult to detect, hence this sign holds ...
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Double appendix

  Diagnosis certain
Aditya Shetty
Published 18 Jan 2014
94% complete
Barium
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Voiding cystourethrography

Voiding cystourethrography (VCUG), also known as a micturating cystourethrography (MCU),  is a fluoroscopic study of the lower urinary tract in which contrast is introduced into the bladder via a catheter. The purpose of the examination is to assess the bladder, urethra, postoperative anatomy an...