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  • Posterior parahepatic cyst as an incidental finding--review of 40 cases. [Journal Article]
    Clin Radiol 2010; 65(1):26-33Harvin HJ, Adduci AJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Isolated, indolent posterior parahepatic cysts have a characteristic appearance and location and demonstrate benign behaviour with stability on follow-up imaging. These cysts should be considered in the differential diagnosis for isolated parahepatic lesions, and the imaging features described here aid in the distinction of these cysts from other entities such as metastatic disease.
  • Glucose turnover and insulin sensitivity in rats with pancreatic islet transplants. [Journal Article]
    Diabetes 1998; 47(7):1020-6Guan J, Behme MT, … Dupré J
  • To study the metabolic effects of insulin derived from islet grafts, oral glucose tolerance (OGT) and glucose turnover were examined in streptozotocin-induced diabetic Lewis rats rendered normoglycemic by syngeneic islet grafts in the renal subcapsular space (REN), in REN with renal vein-to-mesenteric vein anastomosis (REN-RMA), in the liver (intrahepatic [IH]), or in a parahepatic omental pouch …
  • Prevalence and duration of postoperative pneumoperitoneum: sensitivity of CT vs left lateral decubitus radiography. [Journal Article]
    AJR Am J Roentgenol 1993; 161(4):781-5Earls JP, Dachman AH, … Molloy M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The prevalence of pneumoperitoneum in the postoperative period based on CT findings is greater than that previously reported. Small amounts of pneumoperitoneum frequently collect along the anterior abdominal wall in two preferential spaces, the pararectus and midrectus recesses. The results of this study show that CT is significantly more sensitive than plain radiography for detecting small amounts of free intraperitoneal air in postoperative patients. Radiography is particularly insensitive for imaging obese and heavy patients.
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