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ISCHIOFEMORAL IMPINGEMENT - MAY 2015

Clinical History
Left hamstring conjoint tendinopathy Ischial stress fracture.

Findings

Marked oedema and a partial tear of the distal left quadratus femoris muscle. A small amount of fluid is noted within the hamstring attachment bursa and also surrounding the distal iliopsoas tendon insertion.  This is associated with moderate narrowing of the left ischiofemoral space.



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CADACIL- MARCH 2015

Findings

Extensive confluent white matter disease involving the subcortical white matter




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Annular pancreas- December 2014

Findings

A hyperintense duodenum is passing through the hypointense pancreatic head with a dilated proximal duodenum and abrupt transition to a circumferentially narrowed second duodenum. Fluid is also seen in distal duodenum. Anomalous pancreatic tissue encases the descending duodenum.




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