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Kidney
Pancreas
Pelvic congestion syndrome
Liver
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CT Abd Epiploic Appendagitis
Fractures Wrist
Wrist
Diffuse periosteal reaction
Signs in Uroradiology
Male breast
MRI Breast Indications
CT Head Cerebellar Mass
Biopsies
Diagnostic mammography
Screening mammography
Mammo Pearls
ACR Appropriateness Criteria Breast Cancer Screen
AVM types
CT Orbits
CT Abd NL
Chiari Malformations
Vesicoureteral Reflux (VUR)
Elbow
XRAY Abdominal Series

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Biopsies

Needle Localization Excisional Biopsy: hooked wire into the lesion with wire passing out of the skin, pt to OR, surgeon will remove lesion w/ the hook wire still in the specimen. Specimen radiograph is made, results called to OR. Vacuum assisted Core Needle Biopsy: 11G needle under US guidance into area of interest. Marker is deployed. Gun needle devices: Core needle bx w/o vacuum, under US; 14G hand held spring loaded; 5 passes required for adequate sampling; prone to sampling error Fine Needle Aspiration FNA: 23G needle attached to a syringe w/ vacuum, multiple passes through a palpable abnormality; aspirate on slide, cytotechnologist or pathologist present Incisional biopsy: surgical