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  • The Efficacy of MRI in the diagnostic workup of cystic fibrosis-associated liver disease: A clinical observational cohort study. [Journal Article]
    Eur Radiol 2019; 29(2):1048-1058Poetter-Lang S, Staufer K, … Ba-Ssalamah A
  • CONCLUSIONS: A short unenhanced MRI protocol can identify the three cardinal imaging features of CFLD. The hepatobiliary phase of gadoxetic acid-enhanced MRI can define CFLD progression.• Using a multivariate classification analysis, we identified three independent imaging features, altered gallbladder morphology (GBAM), periportal tracking (PPT) and periportal fat deposition (PPFD), that could diagnose CFLD with high sensitivity, 94.1 % (95% CI: 71.3-99.9) and moderate specificity, 84.6 % (95% CI: 54.6-98.1). • Based upon the results of this study, gadoxetic acid-enhanced MRI with DWI is able to diagnose early-stage CFLD, as well as its progression.
  • Biliary Fasciola gigantica infestation in a nonendemic area--An intraoperative surprise. [Case Reports]
    J Pediatr Surg 2015; 50(11):1983-6Menon P, Sinha AK, … Thapa BR
  • A 7year old girl infected with the zoonotic trematode, Fasciola gigantica is reported because of the extreme rarity of this condition in our region. Because of the overlap in symptomatology and radiological features, the more common amebic/pyogenic liver abscess in the initial hepatic migratory phase and later choledochal cyst/biliary ascariasis when the parasite was finally located in the extrah…
  • Radiological Imaging Features of Fasciola hepatica Infection - A Pictorial Review. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Imaging Sci 2012; 2:2Dusak A, Onur MR, … Dogra VS
  • Fascioliasis refers to a zoonosis caused by Fasciola hepatica, a trematode infecting herbivores, but also occurs in humans who ingest the metacercaria found in fresh water plants. Infection in humans is common in developing countries and is also not uncommon in Europe. Diagnosis of this infection is difficult, as the history and symptoms are nonspecific and stool analysis for eggs is negative unt…
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