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J Belge Radiol

Carolis syndrome.

Year 1998
Breysem L. Opdenakker G. Smet M. Uyttebroeck A. Marchal G. Baert AL.
Department of Radiology, University Hospital, Leuven, Belgium.
We report the case of a two-year-old girl presenting with recurrent episodes of fever and hepatomegaly. High resolution ultrasound (US) and computed tomography (CT) of the liver show dilated intrahepatic bile ducts with bridge formation and intraluminal protrusions. The extrahepatic bile duct is normal. The diagnosis of irregular dilated bile ducts with signs of cholangitis and cholangiolitis is proved by liver biopsy. The histologically associated congenital liver fibrosis in our patient enter into the Caroli's syndrome. We illustrate the high resolution US and the CT findings in this case.

Benign mesenteric schwannoma: MRI findings.

Year 1998
Ramboer K. Moons P. De Breuck Y. Van Hoe L. Baert AL.
Department of Radiology, University Hospital, Leuven, Belgium.
Accurate differentiation of retro- or intraperitoneal localization of a primary abdominal tumor by US and CT is often difficult. In our case an abdominal mass was incidentally discovered and identified as a typical benign schwannoma, but with a very atypical location in the mesentery. We found that MRI was a valuable adjunct to CT for exact tumor localization.

Dehiscent jugular fossa associated with vertigo.

Year 1998
Ongre A. Vedal B.
Radiology and ENT Department, Aust-Agder Sentralsjukehus, Norway.
In a patient with two widely separated episodes of vertigo CT identified a high and medially directed jugular fossa with dehiscence extending to the internal auditory meatus and the vestibular aqueduct. The question of whether the radiological findings were incidental or directly related to the patient's symptoms is discussed.

[Mucosecretory and papillary intraductal tumors of the pancreas: clinicopathological considerations and radiological aspects including computed tomography symptomatology]

Year 1998
Willemart S. Nicaise N. Deviere J. Rickaert F. Zalcman M. Struyven J. Van Gansbeke D.
Dpt. of Radiology, Hopital Erasme, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.
Intraductal papillary-mucinous tumor of the pancreas (IPMT) is an uncommon entity, defined as an intraductal papillary proliferation of mucin-producing epithelial cells. Since the original description of the disease by Ohhashi in 1982, the definition and the classification of the disease has remained confused until the recently published classification of the World Health Organisation (WHO). The purpose of this article is therefore to report the clinico-pathological features of IPMT according to the WHO classification, to illustrate the radiological features especially the computed tomographic signs and to discute of the treatment.

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