Items tagged “mimics”
8 results found
Prominent papillary process of the caudate lobe
Diagnosis almost certain
Published 14 Jul 2018
Cerebral metastasis mimicking an abscess
Published 20 Jun 2020
Published 19 Jan 2021
Pseudocoarctation of aorta and aberrant origin of left vertebral artery
Published 09 Aug 2021
Diagnosis not applicable
Published 17 Mar 2021
Pseudoendoleak is a color Doppler ultrasound phenomenon caused by spurious color signal in the aneurysm sac following endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR). Radiographic features Pseudoendoleak is defined as flow signal on color Doppler in the aneurysm sac following EVAR, without evidence of lea...
Retropharyngeal pseudothickening is a mimic of retropharyngeal soft tissue thickening caused by neck flexion (which may also exacerbate airway obstruction), swallowing, or expiration. It is important to consider when evaluating lateral cervical radiographs and sagittal cross-sectional imaging ...
Diaphragmatic slips are the muscular bundles that attach the central tendon of the diaphragm to the inside of the bones and cartilage of the lower 6-7 ribs, xiphoid process, lumbar vertebrae 1. They can mimic or help identify pathology when seen on imaging modalities. Mimics Diaphragmatic slip...