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Left Facial Tumour. What Is It?
Innovations in Obesity and Metabolic Surgery: Boon or Bane?
splenic hilar mass with carcinoid symptom
Figure 1: A hard nodular mass at the hilum of spleen with dilated tortuous vessel
abdominal mass with haematuria
Figure 1: Contrasted computed tomography showing huge left homogenous and regular retroperitoneal lesion with peripheral enhancement on axial view
Biliary & Gastric Dilation
Figure 1: Computed tomography showing 3 homogenously enhanced lesions on axial view
Left Facial Tumour. What Is It?
Figure 1: Left facial tumour protruding from the orbital cavity displacing the eyeball downwards (eyeball not seen in picture)
On the Occasion of 10th Anniversary
Statin: Hope for a New Agent to Treat Osteoporosis
Vein of Galen Malformation
Vein of Galen Malformation
Figure 1: MRI of the brain in sagital T2WI and contrast-enhanced T1 MPRAGE demonstrate multiple serpiginous flow voids (star and bent arrow) representing dilated venous channels. Abnormal vessels (bent arrow) are seen draining into a dilated vein (thin arrow), which in turn drains into the superior sagital sinus. Narrowing of aqueduct of sylvius is marked with an arrowhead.