Hungarian Radiology - 2002;76(06)

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002

[Significance of ultrasound examination in acute abdominal attack of hereditary angioneurotic oedema]

FARKAS Henriette, HARMAT György, KAPOSI N. Pál, KARÁDI István, FEKETE Béla, FÜST György, FÁY Kálmán, VAS Anikó, VARGA Lilian

[INTRODUCTION - Hereditary angioneurotic oedema (HANO) is a rare cause of ascites. As acute abdominal attacks of the disease can mimic surgical emergencies, the prompt and accurate diagnosis is essential. This study was undertaken to evaluate the usefulness of abdominal ultrasound examinations in the differential diagnosis. PATIENTS AND METHODS - Seventy patients with HANO were followed up for almost a decade. All patients presenting with an acute oedematous attack underwent abdominal... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002

[The value and the risk of X-ray studies in case of infants and children]

WEISENBACH János, TÓTH Áron, KHEZRI Seddiq

[INTRODUCTION - Nowadays the question of roentgenological examination's quantity and indications are getting more and more relevant and debated because of their riskbenefit factors. The authors did not find any publication in the Hungarian literature that carefully studied and measured the amount of radiation doses that are involved in patient's examinations concerning their diagnostic values. PATIENTS AND METHODS - 6094 roentgenological examination's indications and the radiation doses used... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002

[Craniometry using conventional radiographs]

FEHÉRVÁRI Szabolcs

[I measured the length, width and height of the skull’s hole on standard two-direction radiographs. From these data the volume of the skull's hole can be calculated with high accuracy. I used for calculation the modified formula of sonographic determination of prostate size. Using this measurement method in 1.000 adults (500 male and 500 female) the average skull's hole volume was 1.492 cubic centimetres. In 100 children of 6-7 years (50 boys and 50 girls) average skull's hole volume was 1.423... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002

Hungarian Radiology

DECEMBER 20, 2002