Study on MRI Spectrum of ACL Tears in Pediatric Age Group: A Case Series

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are common among adolescents due to their high participation in outdoor activities. Knee ligament tears are almost always accompanied by other injuries. We demonstrated a variety of injuries seen in the paediatric teenage population. Routine

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“ISTHMOCELE”: Current Perspectives

Isthmocele, also known as “Uterine Diverticulum” or “Uterine Niche,” has become more common in recent decades, and its prevalence is increasing in tandem with the rise in Caesarean section rates. Due to its presence, gynaecological and obstetrical morbidities have been

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Choroidal Fissure Cysts in Children-Dilemma in Follow Up

Background: A tiny cyst in the choroidal fissure characterises choroidal fissure cyst, a developmental variation. These cysts might be neuroglial, neuroepithelial, or arachnoid in nature and are localised to a certain site. These are considered accidental results in standard radiological

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Comparison between Neurocysticercosis (NCC) and Central Nervous System (CNS) Tuberculoma in Children: Dilemma over Clinico-Radiological Diagnosis?

Background: The clinical presentations and imaging of neurocysticercosis (NCC) and central nervous system (CNS) tuberculomas frequently coincide. Despite the fact that the aetio-pathology in both scenarios is completely different, there is a lot of confusion in their clinico-radiological evaluation because

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Relaxation Rate Dispersion of Blood due to Paramagnetic Ions: An Implications for Magnetic Resonance Relaxation Dispersion Imaging

The Field cycling approach was used to investigate the proton relaxation rate dispersion of paramagnetic ions in blood samples over a frequency range of 10 kHz to 10 MHz. We used a relatively high magnetic field to magnetise the samples

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