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CT & MRI of the Abdomen and Pelvis A Teaching File

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3rd
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9781451113525

ISBN10:
1451113528
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/24/2013
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LWW

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Summary

Now in its Third Edition, this trusted and practical volume in LWW’s Teaching File Series offers residents and practicing radiologists a unique opportunity to study alongside the experts in their field. For the first time, CT and MRI of the Abdomen and Pelvis is a hybrid publication, with a new paperback format and accompanying web content that includes a wealth of case studies users can access from their laptop, tablet, or mobile device. The book is useful both as a quick consult or study aid for anyone preparing for Board examinations in Radiology and other specialties where knowledge of CT and MRI of the abdomen and pelvis are required.

This skill-builder delivers…

  • 413 structured case studies based on actual patients—each providing a brief patient history, as many as four CT/MR images, a short description of the findings, differential diagnosis, final diagnosis, and a discussion of the case.
  • Detailed imaging of all areas of the abdomen and pelvis—including the liver and biliary system, pancreas, GI tract, spleen, mesentery/omentum/peritoneum, kidney and urinary system, retroperitoneum and adrenal glands, and abdominal wall—helps readers understand relevant anatomy and identify pathologies.

NEW to the Third Edition…
  • Accompanying web site delivers access to the 150 cases from the print edition, plus 263  "bonus" cases for a total of 413 cases!
  • 30% new cases address new challenges and provide timely information

Table of Contents

Contents
 
CASE 1: Splenic lymphoma 2
CASE 2: Infected pancreatic necrosis 3
CASE 3: Hepatic schistosomiasis 4
CASE 4: Adenocarcinoma of the rectum 5
CASE 5: Gastrointestinal stromal tumor 6
CASE 6: Nabothian cysts 8
CASE 7: Leiomyosarcoma of IVC 10
CASE 8: Neurofibromatosis type 1 11
CASE 9: Peutz-Jeghers syndrome 13
CASE 10: Transient hepatic attenuation difference due to breast cancer metastasis 14
CASE 11: Hepatoblastoma 15
CASE 12: Arteriovenous malformation 17
CASE 13: Mesenteric cyst 18
CASE 14: External anal sphincter atrophy 19
CASE 15: Perirenal hemorrhage 21
CASE 16: Acinar cell carcinoma 22
CASE 17: Tubo-ovarian abscess 23
CASE 18: Oriental cholangiohepatitis (recurrent pyogenic cholangitis) 25
CASE 19: Obstructive ureterolithiasis 26
CASE 20: Ampullary carcinoma 28
CASE 21: Accessory spleen 30
CASE 22: Small bowel obstruction secondary to an adhesion 32
CASE 23: Superior vena cava obstruction 34
CASE 24: Primary hemochromatosis 36
CASE 25: Mesenteric metastasis from carcinoid tumor 37
CASE 26: Hepatocellular carcinoma 39
CASE 27: Adenoma malignum 40
CASE 28: Upper tract urothelial carcinoma 42
CASE 29: Combined-type intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN) 43
CASE 30: Metastatic colon cancer 44
CASE 31: Splenic hemangiomatosis 45
CASE 32: Biliary cystadenocarcinoma 46
CASE 33: Chronic lithium nephropathy 47
CASE 34: Non-hyperfunctioning endocrine pancreatic tumor 48
CASE 35: Mature ovarian teratoma 49
CASE 36: Neurofibromatosis type 1 50
CASE 37: Splenic epidermoid cyst 51
CASE 38: Hemangioma 52
CASE 39: Amyand hernia 53
CASE 40: Pancreas divisum 54
CASE 41: Zollinger-Ellison syndrome 55
CASE 42: Graft-versus-host disease of the bladder 56
CASE 43: Epiploic appendagitis 57
CASE 44: Lipid-rich adrenal adenoma 58
CASE 45: Epithelial hemangioendothelioma 59
CASE 46: Splenic histoplasmosis 60
CASE 47: Tamoxifen-induced uterine changes 61
CASE 48: Confluent hepatic fibrosis 63
CASE 49: Gallbladder melanoma 64
CASE 50: Colocolic intussusception due to large bowel metastasis from melanoma 65
CASE 51: Mesenteric teratoma 66
CASE 52: Acute hepatitis B 67
CASE 53: Splenic fracture 68
CASE 54: Serous cystadenocarcinoma 69
CASE 55: Ruptured renal artery aneurysm 70
CASE 56: Hematoma 71
CASE 57: Chronic pancreatitis 72
CASE 58: Perforated duodenal bulb ulcer with pneumoperitoneum 73
CASE 59: Cerebrospinal fluid nonpancreatic pseudocyst 74
CASE 60: Rhabdomyosarcoma (pleomorphic) 75
CASE 61: Autosomal dominant polycystic disease 77
CASE 62: Hepatocellular adenoma 78
CASE 63: Acute appendicitis 79
CASE 64: Acute adrenal hemorrhage 80
CASE 65: Pancreatic walled off necrosis with interval bleed 81
CASE 66: Aortoduodenal fistula 82
CASE 67: Biliary cystadenoma 83
CASE 68: Brenner tumor with ipsilateral cystadenoma 84
CASE 69: Perirenal abscess 85
CASE 70: Extraperitoneal gas due to rectal perforation 86
CASE 71: Metastasis from breast cancer 87
CASE 72: Ovarian fibroma/fibrothecoma 88
CASE 73: Skin metastases from melanoma 89
CASE 74: Macrocystic variant of the serous pancreatic adenoma 90
CASE 75: Posttraumatic cyst 91
CASE 76: Crohn colitis 92
CASE 77: Chylous cyst (nonpancreatic pseudocyst) 94
CASE 78: Testicular infarct 95
CASE 79: Hepatic congestion from right-sided heart failure 96
CASE 80: Omental infarct 97
CASE 81: Cyst of the canal of Nuck 98
CASE 82: Cushing syndrome due to adrenal hyperplasia 100
CASE 83: Cholangiocarcinoma (Klatskin tumor) 101
CASE 84: Radiation enterocolitis 102
CASE 85: Chronic renal transplantation rejection 104
CASE 86: Lipoma 106
CASE 87: Cystic fibrosis with meconium ileus equivalent 107
CASE 88: Sclerosing angiomatoid nodular transformation (SANT) 108
CASE 89: Tuberculosis peritonitis and omentitis 109
CASE 90: Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) 110
CASE 91: Fibroepithelial polyp 111
CASE 92: Azygous continuation of the inferior vena cava 113
CASE 93: Autoimmune pancreatitis 114
CASE 94: Ovarian vein thrombophlebitis due to adjacent diverticulitis 115
CASE 95: Perinephric metastases from melanoma 117
CASE 96: Acute graft-versus-host disease 118
CASE 97: Splenic angiosarcoma with liver metastases and hemoperitoneum 119
CASE 98: Annular pancreas 120
CASE 99: Emphysematous gastritis 121
CASE 100: Calyceal diverticulum 122
CASE 101: Pheochromocytoma 123
CASE 102: Ventriculoperitoneal shunt migration with cerebrospinal fluid pseudocyst formation 124
CASE 103: Diffuse angiosarcoma 126
CASE 104: Gallbladder perforation 127
CASE 105: Intense adrenal gland enhancement in a patient in septic shock 128
CASE 106: Desmoid tumor 129
CASE 107: Ovarian torsion 130
CASE 108: Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma with SMV thrombosis 132
CASE 109: Malignant peritoneal mesothelioma 133
CASE 110: Henoch-Schönlein purpura 135
CASE 111: Hepatic candidiasis 136
CASE 112: Enterovaginal fistula 137
CASE 113: Glomerulocystic kidney disease 138
CASE 114: Liposarcoma 139
CASE 115: Walled-off hemorrhagic pancreatic necrosis post acute necrotizing pancreatitis 140
CASE 116: Serous cystadenofibroma 141
CASE 117: Ascending cholangitis and liver abscess in a patient with primary sclerosing cholangitis 142
CASE 118: Angiomyolipoma 143
CASE 119: Right obturator hernia causing small bowel obstruction 145
CASE 120: Pseudoaneurysm of the splenic artery from pancreatitis 146
CASE 121: Multifocal hepatocellular carcinoma with extension into portal vein 148
CASE 122: Pyometra 149
CASE 123: Mucocele of the appendix 150
CASE 124: Myelofibrosis 151
CASE 125: Hepatic fascioliasis 152
CASE 126: Noncavitary unicornuate uterus 153
CASE 127: Lung cancer metastases 155
CASE 128: Intrapancreatic accessory spleen 156
CASE 129: Desmoid tumors in a patient with familial adenomatous polyposis syndrome 157
CASE 130: Endometriosis with endometrioma 158
CASE 131: Cryoablated renal cell carcinoma 159
CASE 132: Acute Budd-Chiari syndrome 160
CASE 133: Transitional cell carcinoma originating in a bladder diverticulum 161
CASE 134: Non-Hodgkin lymphoma 163
CASE 135: Giant hemangioma of the liver 164
CASE 136: Renal lymphoma 165
CASE 137: Epidermal inclusion cyst 166
CASE 138: Gastric adenocarcinoma 168
CASE 139: Portal vein thrombosis and hepatic abscesses 169
CASE 140: Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease with acute hemorrhage in a cyst 170
CASE 141: Breast metastasis 171
CASE 142: Amebic abscess 172
CASE 143: Retroperitoneal hemorrhage 173
CASE 144: Choledocholithiasis 174
CASE 145: Acute interstitial pancreatitis 175
CASE 146: Ulcerative colitis 176
CASE 147: Perinephric lymphoma 177
CASE 148: Spigelian hernia 178
CASE 149: Intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (hepatic varix) 179
CASE 150: Focal nodular hyperplasia 180
CASE 151: Mature ovarian teratoma 181
CASE 152: Transitional cell carcinoma 182
CASE 153: Extraperitoneal bladder rupture 183
CASE 154: Hemosiderosis in a patient with sickle cell anemia 185
CASE 155: Nonhyperfunctioning endocrine pancreatic tumor 187
CASE 156: Splenic infarcts due to pulmonary arteriovenous fistula (Sturge-Weber syndrome) 188
CASE 157: Pyogenic abscesses of the liver 189
CASE 158: Uterine lipoleiomyoma 191
CASE 159: Papillary renal carcinoma 192
CASE 160: SVC thrombosis with “hot quadrate lobe.” 193
CASE 161: Crohn disease of the ileum 194
CASE 162: Mesenteric ischemia with pneumatosis and portal venous air 196
CASE 163: Splenic hamartoma 197
CASE 164: Endometrial cancer 198
CASE 165: Encapsulated hepatocellular carcinoma 200
CASE 166: Splenic lymphoma with venous invasion 201
CASE 167: Transitional cell carcinoma 202
CASE 168: Bilateral adrenal metastases 204
CASE 169: Uterine leiomyomas 206
CASE 170: Hepatic veno-occlusive disease 208
CASE 171: Pneumobilia 209
CASE 172: Rectal adenocarcinoma 210
CASE 173: Adenomyosis and two uterine leiomyomas 212
CASE 174 Ruptured fornix due to obstructive ureteral stones 214
CASE 175: Wilson disease 216
CASE 176: Medullary nephrocalcinosis 217
CASE 177: Skene’s gland cyst 219
CASE 178: Abscess 210
CASE 179: Cavernous transformation of the portal vein with pericholedochal varices 221
CASE 180: Dropped gallstone with abscess formation 222
CASE 181: Diverticulitis 223
CASE 182: Internal small bowel hernia 224
CASE 183: Hemorrhage from an angiomyolipoma 226
CASE 184: AML with minimal fat 227
CASE 185: Autosplenectomy from sickle cell disease 229
CASE 186: Reflux nephropathy 230
CASE 187: Multiple hepatic angiomyolipomas in a patient with tuberous sclerosis 232
CASE 188: Cecal volvulus 233
CASE 189: Peritoneal and metastatic “omental caking” in a patient with colon cancer 234
CASE 190: Langerhans cell histiocytosis 235
CASE 191: Oncocytoma 236
CASE 192: Gartner duct cyst 237
CASE 193: Cystic liver metastasis from mucinous adenocarcinoma of the colon 239
CASE 194: Colonic amebiasis 240
CASE 195: Dysplastic nodule 241
CASE 196: IVC thrombosis 242
CASE 197: Hepatic candidiasis 244
CASE 198: Main-duct intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN) 246
CASE 199: Breast cancer metastases to proximal colon and distal small bowel 248
CASE 200: Renal abscess complicating pyelonephritis 250
CASE 201: Krukenberg tumors 251
CASE 202: Pseudocirrhosis in metastatic breast cancer 253
CASE 203: Uterine carcinosarcoma 254
CASE 204: Retroperitoneal fibrosis 255
CASE 205: Calcified metastases of breast carcinoma after chemotherapy 256
CASE 206: Benign colonic pneumatosis due to mucosal denudation (chemotherapy effect) 257
CASE 207: Splenic hemangioma 258
CASE 208: Slerosing mesenteritis (retractile mesenteritis) 259
CASE 209: Orthotopic ureterocele 260
CASE 210: Microcystic serous pancreatic adenoma 262
CASE 211: Atypical hemangioma with cystic degeneration 263
CASE 212: HCC with fatty metamorphosis 264
CASE 213: Splenic artery aneurysm 265
CASE 214: Squamous cell carcinoma in a urethral diverticulum 266
CASE 215: Renal infarct 267
CASE 216: Hepatocellular carcinoma in a cirrhotic liver 268
CASE 217: Bile duct necrosis 269
CASE 218: Splenic sarcoidosis 270
CASE 219: Lymphangioma 271
CASE 220: Sister Mary Joseph nodule 272
CASE 221: Multiple liver metastases from renal cancer 273
CASE 222: Mucinous cystic neoplasm 275
CASE 223: Hypertrophic gastropathy 276
CASE 224: Hematoma 277
CASE 225: Ménétrier disease 278
CASE 226: Pyogenic liver abscess 279
CASE 227: Solid and papillary epithelial neoplasm 280
CASE 228: Mucinous cystadenoma 281
CASE 229: Lipid-rich adrenal adenoma 282
CASE 230: Congenital hepatic fibrosis 283
CASE 231: Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis 284
CASE 232: Colonic lipoma 285
CASE 233: Polysplenia 287
CASE 234: Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease 288
CASE 235: Aggressive angiomyxoma 289
CASE 236: Acute left renal vein thrombosis 290
CASE 237: Adrenocortical carcinoma 292
CASE 238: Primary renal carcinoid in a horseshoe kidney 294
CASE 239: Infantile hemangioendotheliomas 295
CASE 240: Pancreatic cystosis in von Hippel-Lindau disease 296
CASE 241: Pseudomembranous colitis 297
CASE 242: Uterus didelphys 299
CASE 243: Cervical carcinoma (stage IV) 301
CASE 244: Undifferentiated embryonal sarcoma 303
CASE 245: Omental sarcoma 304
CASE 246: Cystic duct stump leak 305
CASE 247: Rhabdomyolysis caused by heroin overdose 306
CASE 248: Hemosiderosis 307
CASE 249: Small bowel Crohn disease (acute or chronic) with bezoar formation 308
CASE 250: Abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture 310
CASE 251: Pelvic lymphoma producing a teardrop-shaped bladder 311
CASE 252: Post-transplantation lymphoproliferative disorder 312
CASE 253: Heterotaxy syndrome 313
CASE 254: Echinococcal cyst (hydatid cyst) 314
CASE 255: Focal fatty change 315
CASE 256: Splenomegaly due to portal hypertension 316
CASE 257: Cystic nephroma 317
CASE 258: Septate uterus 318
CASE 259: Lipid-poor adenoma 320
CASE 260: Hepatocellular adenoma with central bleed 321
CASE 261: Solid pseudopapillary tumor of the pancreas (SPT) 322
CASE 262: Hepatic infarction due to right portal vein and right hepatic artery thrombosis 323
CASE 263: Diverticular abscess 324
CASE 264: Small bowel hematoma 326
CASE 265: Splenic sarcoidosis 328
CASE 266: Transitional cell carcinoma of the ureter and bladder 329
CASE 267: Malignant struma ovarii (papillary thyroid carcinoma, follicular variant) 332
CASE 268: Retroperitoneal schwannoma 333
CASE 269: Hepatic laceration 334
CASE 270: Mucinous cystic neoplasm 336
CASE 271: Angiomyolipomas in a patient with tuberous sclerosis 338
CASE 272: Prostate cancer (adenocarcinoma) 339
CASE 273: Sarcoidosis 341
CASE 274: Chronic pancreatitis 342
CASE 275: Splenic cryptococcosis 344
CASE 276: Peritoneal abscess secondary to perforated viscus 345
CASE 277: Complete uterine prolapse 346
CASE 278: Solitary fibrous tumor of the bladder 348
CASE 279: Hemorrhagic degeneration of a uterine leiomyoma 350
CASE 280: Adrenal myelolipoma 352
CASE 281: Chronic pancreatitis 354
CASE 282: Gallbladder adenocarcinoma with liver invasion 355
CASE 283: Sigmoid endometriosis 356
CASE 284: Acute cortical necrosis 358
CASE 285: Bilateral pheochromocytomas in a patient with neurofibromatosis type 1 359
CASE 286: Benign hyperdense cyst 360
CASE 287: Lymphoma of the liver 361
CASE 288: Carcinoid of the terminal ileum 362
CASE 289: Lymphoma 363
CASE 290: Wilms tumor with hemorrhage 364
CASE 291: Burkitt lymphoma of the ovaries 366
CASE 292: Subcapsular hematoma of the liver 368
CASE 293: Side-branch intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN) 369
CASE 294: Penile cancer (invasive squamous cell carcinoma) 370
CASE 295: Neuroblastoma 372
CASE 296: Fat necrosis 374
CASE 297: Amyloidosis of the small bowel 375
CASE 298: Pyogenic splenic abscess 376
CASE 299: Intraperitoneal abscess 377
CASE 300: Paraganglioma of the organs of Zuckerkandl 379
CASE 301: Hematocolpos (secondary to radiation with resultant vaginal stenosis) 380
CASE 302: Plexiform neurofibromatosis involving the liver 382
CASE 303: Epiploic appendagitis 383
CASE 304: Closed-loop obstruction 385
CASE 305: Metastatic renal cell carcinoma 387
CASE 306: Jejuno-jejunal intussusception 388
CASE 307: Bartholin gland cysts 389
CASE 308: Ciliated hepatic foregut cyst 391
CASE 309: Mucinous cystadenocarcinoma 392
CASE 310: Afferent loop syndrome due to peritoneal metastases 393
CASE 311: Retroperitoneal extramedullary hematopoiesis 394
CASE 312: Small bowel ischemia due to SMV thrombosis 395
CASE 313: Coloenteric lymphoma 397
CASE 314: Diffuse fatty liver 398
CASE 315: Hyperdense liver due to amiodarone 399
CASE 316: Radiation injury to liver 400
CASE 317: Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease 401
CASE 318: Bicornuate unicollis uterus 402
CASE 319: Pancreatoblastoma 403
CASE 320: Bland portal vein thrombosis 404
CASE 321: Pancreatic laceration 405
CASE 322: Testicular cancer (nonseminomatous germ cell tumor) 406
CASE 323: Fibrolamellar hepatocellular carcinoma 408
CASE 324: GI stromal tumor of the stomach 409
CASE 325: Splenic infarcts 411
CASE 326: Clear cell renal carcinoma with tumor thrombus 412
CASE 327: Endometrial polyp 413
CASE 328: Anterior rectocele 415
CASE 329: Cystic renal cell carcinoma 417
CASE 330: Malignant solitary fibrous tumor 418
CASE 331: Hydatid cyst 420
CASE 332: Microcystic serous pancreatic adenoma 421
CASE 333: Metastatic testicular cancer (mixed nonseminomatous germ cell tumor) 423
CASE 334: Renal trauma 425
CASE 335: Pelvic congestion syndrome 426
CASE 336: Metastasis from lung cancer 428
CASE 337: Liver metastasis from gastric adenocarcinoma 429
CASE 338: Pancreatic lymphoma 430
CASE 339: Lymphoma of the ileum 431
CASE 340: Terminal ileitis due to Crohn disease 433
CASE 341: Hemoperitoneum due to ruptured hepatocellular carcinoma 434
CASE 342: Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis 435
CASE 343: Epidermoid cyst 436
CASE 344: Focal fatty sparing within a steatotic liver 438
CASE 345: Hemosiderosis 439
CASE 346: Renal cell carcinoma 440
CASE 347: Graft-versus-host disease 441
CASE 348: Adrenal pseudocyst 442
CASE 349: Prune-belly syndrome 444
CASE 350: Cirrhosis 445
CASE 351: Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma with superior mesenteric vein occlusion 447
CASE 352: Acute bacterial pyelonephritis 448
CASE 353: Cirrhosis with fatty liver 449
CASE 354: Focal gallbladder adenomyomatosis 451
CASE 355: Hepatic epithelioid hemangioendothelioma (diffuse form) 452
CASE 356: Non-Hodgkin lymphoma of the stomach 453
CASE 357: Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma 454
CASE 358: Bile duct hamartomas 455
CASE 359: Insulinoma 456
CASE 360: Pelvic kidney 457
CASE 361: Pseudomyxoma peritonei 459
CASE 362: Perforated Meckel diverticulitis 460
CASE 363: Liposarcoma of the spermatic cord 461
CASE 364: Non-tropical sprue (celiac disease) 462
CASE 365: Hematoma 463
CASE 366: Acute cholecystitis with gallbladder perforation and abscess formation 464
CASE 367: Multiple gastrinomas in a patient with multiple endocrine neoplasia type I syndrome 466
CASE 368: Tuberculosis of the cecum 467
CASE 369: Urethral diverticulum 468
CASE 370: Right inguinal hernia causing small bowel obstruction 469
CASE 371: Cirrhosis with hepatocellular carcinoma and portal hypertension leading to massive collateral vessel
formation including gastric and pelvic varices and a splenorenal shunt 471
CASE 372: Chronic cholecystitis 472
CASE 373: Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma 473
CASE 374: Cystic renal cell carcinoma with perinephric hematoma 474
CASE 375: Retained products of conception 475
CASE 376: Idiopathic adrenal hemorrhage 477
CASE 377: Focal nodular hyperplasia 478
CASE 378: Fournier gangrene 479
CASE 379: Groove pancreatitis 481
CASE 380: Caroli disease (diffuse form) 482
CASE 381: Spermatic cord lipoma 484
CASE 382: Emphysematous pyelitis 486
CASE 383: Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare (MAI) lymphadenopathy 487
CASE 384: Focal Caroli disease 489
CASE 385: Duodenal adenocarcinoma 491
CASE 386: Gallstone ileus 493
CASE 387: Splenic subcapsular hematoma 494
CASE 388: Crossed fused renal ectopia 495
CASE 389: Pseudoaneurysm of common hepatic artery 496
CASE 390: Mesenchymal hamartoma 497
CASE 391: Mucinous cystic neoplasm developing in a pseudocyst 499
CASE 392: Ischemic colitis 501
CASE 393: Gaucher disease 502
CASE 394: Ureteropelvic junction obstruction 503
CASE 395: Anal fistula 504
CASE 396: Mixed hiatal hernia 506
CASE 397: Paralytic poliomyelitis 508
CASE 398: Porcelain gallbladder 509
CASE 399: Colonic adenomatous polyp 510
CASE 400: Subcapsular splenic hematoma 512
CASE 401: Sclerosing mesenteritis (mesenteric panniculitis) 513
CASE 402: Midgut volvulus 514
CASE 403: Bile duct carcinoma in a type I choledochal cyst 516
CASE 404: Gamna-Gandy bodies 518
CASE 405: Right hemorrhagic ovarian cysts 519
CASE 406: Adrenocortical carcinoma 520
CASE 407: Splenic spindle cell sarcoma 521
CASE 408: Right hepatic artery pseudoaneurysm after liver biopsy 522
CASE 409: Nonhyperfunctioning pancreatic endocrine tumor 523
CASE 410: Bile duct cyst 524
CASE 411: Acute appendicitis in pregnancy 525
CASE 412: Endometriosis (adnexal endometrioma and hematosalpinx) 526
CASE 413: Urachal carcinoma 527


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