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radiological

[¦rād·ē·ə¦läj·ə·kəl]
(nucleonics)
Pertaining to nuclear radiation, radioactivity, and atomic weapons.
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A 54-year-old man presented with left upper quadrant pain and imaging revealed a 19-cm complex cystic radiologically suspicious mass in the region of the upper pole of left kidney.
Radiologically, femoral periosteal stress reaction is described as the presence of the dreaded black line which is a transverse black line traversing the cortex that can be complete or incomplete.
Following a delay in admission to our pediatric oncology department, the presented patient was observed to have an abdominal mass, which was confirmed radiologically.
Investigations are invariably non-specific, and the diagnosis is nearly always made radiologically through a barium enema, RGP, antegrade pyelography, CT scan or if there is cutaneous extension, fistulogram.
It is an entity that needs to be publicized further to heighten awareness of potential diagnostic indicators both clinically and radiologically.
As a result, rapid and accurate determination of foreign bodies located in the heart radiologically and appropriate treatment is important to prevent probable complications.
The differential diagnosis of intramuscular lipoma in this location, both radiologically and histologically, includes a hemangioma infiltrating skeletal muscle.
In an MA involving adult patients with radiologically confirmed sinusitis no difference in clinical outcome was found between a 3 - 7-day course compared with a 6 - 10-day course of treatment.
An increase of 89 (95% CI: -71, 248) cases of radiologically confirmed pneumonia was seen per 100,000 child years in fully vaccinated children.
After initial failure of methotrexate in early rheumatoid arthritis, the addition of an anti-TNF is clinically and radiologically superior" to the addition of conventional disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs.
Diagnosis of actinomycosis is frequently difficult because it often mimics tuberculosis, lung abscess or lung cancer clinically and radiologically [3-4].
Pleomorphic and round-cell liposarcomas appear similar radiologically.

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