Hungarian Radiology - 2003;77(01)

Hungarian Radiology

JANUARY 20, 2003

[Heterotopic pregnancy]

SARLÓS Géza, VARGA Tamás, HEGEDŰS Géza

[INTRODUCTION - Simultaneous presence of intrauterine and extrauterine gestations is very rare. CASE REPORT - A 26 year old multiparous woman known to be 10 weeks pregnant presented with severe abdominal pain. Transabdominal sonography revealed a concomitant ectopic pregnancy with large amount of intraperitoneal fluid. Cardiac activities of both the intrauterine and the ectopic fetuses were clearly visible on abdominal ultrasound. Emergency laparoscopy confirmed intraabdominal hemorrhage and... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JANUARY 20, 2003

[Ultrasonographic twin peak sign]

JAKOBOVITS Ákos

[INTRODUCTION - Author describes ultrasonographic twin peak sign in order to differentiate dichorial-diamniotic from monochronic-diamnotic pregnancy in early gestation. In case of dichorial pregnancy the chorial tissue is forming a triangle shape. In case of monochorial twins the two amnion layers are forming a ”T” shape. CASE REPORT - The first case represents a dichorionic pregnancy, while the second case is an example of monochorionic placental formation. CONCLUSION - The twin peak sign has... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JANUARY 20, 2003

[A paradox of articular protective phenomenon: more serious-damaged rudimentary hand in rheumatoid arthitis]

SZÁNTÓ Dezső, SZŰCS Gabriella, DITRÓI Edit

[INTRODUCTION - The joints have been secured from rheumatoid arthritis by diminution of biomechanical effeciency. This effect was analyzed and named articular protective phenomenon three decades ago. CASE REPORT - A case of bilateral rheumatoid arthritis associated with unilateral developmental abnormality hand and bronchial asthma in a 35 year old female patient is presented. Her left 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th metacarpal bones moreover her fingers had not evolved. The patient has been treated by... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JANUARY 20, 2003

Hungarian Radiology

JANUARY 20, 2003

Hungarian Radiology

JANUARY 20, 2003

Hungarian Radiology

JANUARY 20, 2003

Hungarian Radiology

JANUARY 20, 2003

[Stroke prevention: Experience with endovascular therapy of carotid artery stenosis]

SZENTGYÖRGYI Réka, VÖRÖS Erika, PÓCSIK Anna, MAKAI Attila, BARZÓ Pál, SZTRIHA László, SZIKRA Péter, PALKÓ András

[INTRODUCTION - Carotid artery stenting as an alternative to carotid endarterectomy is still not accepted by many Hungarian vascular surgeons. The purpose of our study was to prove that carotid artery stenting is effective in the treatment of primary atherosclerotic lesions and it carries a low risk of complications. PATIENTS AND METHODS - 149 patients (86 men, 63 women, 33-82 years old, mean age 57.5 years) were evaluated angiographically. 146 primary atherosclerotic lesions, and 8... tovább »