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(Neck mass)
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  • Fetal Head and Neck Masses: MRI Prediction of Significant Morbidity. [Journal Article]
  • AAAJR Am J Roentgenol 2018 Nov 13; :1-7
  • Ng TW, Xi Y, … Twickler DM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The largest vertical pocket measurement and mass effect on the trachea were the most contributory MRI parameters that predicted significant morbidity in fetuses with masses of the face and neck, along with other significant parameters. These parameters predict significant morbid neonatal outcomes, including the need for EXIT procedures.
  • Retroperitoneal Schwannoma: An Incidental Finding. [Journal Article]
  • RTRadiol Technol 2018; 89(6):541-548
  • Reid CP, Demartini W
  • CONCLUSIONS: Schwannomas-tumors that arise from a nerve sheath-predominantly are found on the flexor surfaces of the extremities, as well as the trunk, head, and neck. Retroperitoneal schwannomas are larger than other schwannomas and characterized by degenerative features. Schwannomas with degenerative changes are called ancient schwannomas; they are slow growing and benign with little malignant transformation.Assessing, diagnosing, and treating retroperitoneal schwannomas requires a blend of diagnostic imaging techniques. In this case study, sonography was a valuable adjunct modality used to locate the mass, and computed tomography was used to guide fine-needle aspiration and core biopsy. The mass was excised surgically, which is the preferred treatment.
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