Hungarian Radiology - 2007;81(03-04)

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

[Investigation of colon transit with radiopaque m]

WENINGER Csaba, KIRÁLY Ágnes

[The constipation is a frequent disorder, which often requires gastroenterological examination. Colon transit study and defecography are indicated in case of making difference between slow colon transit time and outlet obstruction. The method, the mode of administration of the radiopaque markers and the evaluation of the radiological study are discussed. Radiopaque markers ingested on the first day are followed by abdominal X-ray taken at regular times. The normal value of the colon transit... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

[Multisegmental tuberculous spondylodiscitis in a patient with Helicobacter pylori infection]

SZÁNTÓ Dezső, SZŰCS Gabriella, DITRÓI Edit

[INTRODUCTION - Prospective randomized examination has been verified association between asymptomatic chronic Helicobacter pylori infection and systemic vascular inflammation and endothelial dysfunction in certain cases. CASE REPORT - A case of a 71 year-old female patient is described with proven coexisting primary tuberculous bronchoadenitis, secondary tuberculous spondylodiscitis and Helicobacter pylori infection as a cause of uncertain abdominal disorder. The patient's height decreased by 9... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

[Imaging of mesenterial panniculitis - Case report]

KOVÁCS Anita, KISS Ildikó, PALKÓ András

[INTRODUCTION - Mesenterial panniculitis is a rare benign disorder, however it is important to be familiar with, because of the difficulties in differential diagnosis. Authors describe the characteristic imaging signs of the disease based on their two cases. CASE REPORTS - Two male patients (72 and 62 years old) presented with uncertain abdominal pain and weight loss. Acute pancreatitis, chronic gastritis and duodenitis are noted in their case history. The laboratory parameters were normal and... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

[The quality control of radiological equipments in Hungary]

PELLET Sándor, PORUBSZKY Tamás, BALLAY László, GICZI Ferenc, MOTOC Anna Mária, VÁRADI Csaba, TURÁK Olivér, GÁSPÁRDY Géza

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

[Sonographic appearance of the cytostatic therapyrelated hepatic injury]

JÓKÚTI László, VARGA Edit, KARÁDI Zoltán, KOVÁCS GÁBOR

[INTRODUCTION - The correlation between biochemical parameters and sonographic appearance of the liver in children and young adults receiving cytostatic therapy was investigated. PATIENTS AND METHODS - 104 (54 male, 50 female) patients at the hemato-oncologic unit of 2nd Department of Pediatrics, Semmelweis University Budapest were enrolled into this prospective, single-blind, uncontrolled study: patients’ ages were between 2.0 and 32.7 years (mean 12.2 yrs, ± SD 5.7). 69 patients received... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

[Correlation of clinical parameters with myocardial perfusion grades in acute myocardial infarct patients]

UNGI Tamás, JÓNÁS Zsuzsanna, UNGI Imre, SASI Viktor, ZIMMERMAN Zsolt, PALKÓ András

[INTRODUCTION - The prognosis after opening the obstructed infarct-related coronary artery is influenced by several factors. In routine clinical practice revascularization is considered to be successful when the restoration of epicardial blood flow is complete. However, functional impairment in the myocardium can occur even with open epicardial arteries. There are two angiographic parameters closely related to myocardial viability: myocardial blush grade (MBG) that describes the quantity of... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007

[Radiological diagnostics in head and neck malignancies - Onco Update, 2006]

GŐDÉNY Mária, BODOKY György

[Imaging plays a crucial role in defining disease burden and thus therapy planning in head and neck cancer (HNC). Lately accuracy of pretreatment staging has become critical since non-surgical therapy has become a widely accepted treatment possibility. The referring clinician is responsible for accurate data collection, pretreatment staging, evaluation of therapy response and post-treatment evaluation of the HNC. Correctness of these highly depends on the expertise and experience of the... tovább »

Hungarian Radiology

JUNE 20, 2007