Hungarian Radiology - 2005;79(04)

Hungarian Radiology

AUGUST 10, 2005

Hungarian Radiology

AUGUST 10, 2005

[Ethiopathogenesis of polycystic ovarian syndrome and imaging diagnostics of polycystic ovary]

JAKAB Attila, MOLNÁR Zsuzsanna, TÓTH Zoltán

[Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a heterogenous syndrome with a wide variety of endocrine and metabolic abnormalities and clinical symptoms. It is considered as the most frequent endocrine disorder in women in reproductive age and the most common cause of anovulatory infertility. Key features include menstrual cycle disturbance, hyperandrogenism and obesity. There are many extraovarian aspects to the pathophysiology of polycystic ovarian syndrome, but ovarian dysfunction is central. The... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

AUGUST 10, 2005

[Results of non-operative pathological breast diagnostics - One year experience at the Bács-Kiskun County Teaching Hospital]

CSERNI Gábor, AMBRÓZAY Éva, SERÉNYI Péter, BORI Rita, LŐRINCZ Margit, LÓRÁND Katalin

[INTRODUCTION - Non-operative cytological and histopathological assessment of breast lesions are part of the triple (physical, imaging and pathologic) diagnostic approach and allow a more precise planning of surgical procedures. Both methods have advantages and disadvantages; currently, core biopsy is believed to be more efficient in reaching the diagnostic target. PATIENTS AND METHODS - Breast specimens with a histological diagnosis at the Department of Pathology of the Bács-Kiskun County... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

AUGUST 10, 2005

[Breast core needle biopsies yielding uncertain results - Experience at the complex mammographic screening unit in Kecskemét]

AMBRÓZAY Éva, BORI Rita, LŐRINCZ Margit, LÓRÁND Katalin, CSERNI Gábor

[INTRODUCTION - On occasion core biopsies yield an inconclusive (B3 or B4) result in the triple diagnostics of breast lesions. These cases may turn to be malignant in the operation specimen. This study evaluates the value of B3 and B4 diagnoses and the consequences of these diagnoses. MATERIALS AND METHODS - Core needle biopsies were generally taken under imaging guidance with an automatic gun using G14 gauge needles. They were evaluated using internationally and nationally accepted categories... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

AUGUST 10, 2005

[The glove-finger phenomenon on postero-anterior chest radiograph]

SZÁNTÓ Dezső, SZŰCS Gabriella, DITRÓI Edit

[INTRODUCTION - The glove-finger phenomenon observed on chest plain film is characterized by branching tubular or fingerlike opacities that originate from the hilum and are peripherally directed. This change brings about impaction and inspissation of the mucus and inflammatory debris besides the obstruction of bronchi and of its prestenotic dilatation about. CASE REPORT - A 51 year old male patient presented with coexisting bronchial asthma and microcellular carcinoma of left 2nd pulmonary... tovább »