Hungarian Radiology - 2002;76(03)

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2002

[MR-guided ultrasound surgery]

JÓLESZ Ferenc A., BÉRCZI Viktor, HÜTTL Kálmán, REPA Imre, HYNYNEN Kullervo

[The powerful union of focused ultrasound surgery and magnetic resonance imaging has created a new approach to noninvasive surgery. Using this integrated therapy delivery system the physician can achieve correct localisation of tumors, optimal targeting of acoustic energy, real time monitoring of energy deposition, and the means to accurately control the deposited thermal dose within the entire tumor volume. The advantages of MRI over ultrasound guidance in controlling focused ultrasound... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2002

[Chondrodysplasia punctata - retrospective diagnosis]

KOZLOWSKI K., BEIGHTON P., GODLONTON J.

[A 10 year-old, mentally normal boy with flat face, skin abnormalities, contracture of Achilles and knee tendons, strabismus and unique bony abnormalities is reported. The characteristics of skin changes and pattern of bony abnormalities allowed the retrospective diagnosis of atypical form of chondrodysplasia punctata.]

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2002

[Ogilvie’s syndrome associated with excretory urography]

SZÁNTÓ Dezső, SZŰCS Gabriella

[INTRODUCTION - The Ogilvie's syndrome is a disturbance of colonic innervation with parasympathic overreaction was assumed to be cause of large bowel segment spasm and poststenotic accumulation of gas. There is no distention in small intestine. CASE REPORT - In case of a 15 years old male during excretory urography six minutes after the administration of contrast material infusion Ogilvie's syndrome had occured. On 6, 12 and 18 min. abdominal plain film were demonstrated the acute spasm and... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2002

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2002

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2002