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    Massive Gastrointestinal Bleeding in an Adult Patient with Meckel's Diverticulum: Utility of SPECT/CT with Technetium 99 m Pertechnetate Scintigraphy
    Authors: Ryusuke Murakami*, Shinichiro Kumita, Yoshimitsu Fukushima, Hitomi Tani, Tamiko Yoshida, Tomonari Kiriyama, and Kenta Hakozaki
    Abstract: Obscure gastrointestinal bleeding is often a diagnostic challenge for the primary care physician,
    Exophytic Lymphoma of the Uterus Identified by 18-FDG PET Scan
    Authors: Partha Sinha1*, Rashmi T. Nair1, Halemane Ganesh1, Matthew S. Purdom2, Steven J. Krohmer1 and Gary R. Conrad1
    Abstract: A 56 year old woman with stage IV follicular lymphoma presenting with bilateral axillary and inguinal lymphadenopathy seven years back was treated by chemotherapy at an outside institution and had been in remission since past five years.
    Link Clustering to Explore Brain Dynamics Using Resting State Functional MRI
    Authors: Tara Madhyastha1, Yulian Cao2, Sirirat Sujitnapisatham2, Georgiy Presnyakov2, W. Art Chaovalitwongse1,2* and Thomas Grabowski1,3, for the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative#
    Abstract: Quantitative network analysis of brain networks has been an important tool for characterizing brain function.
    Subcutaneous Appendix
    Authors: Malak Itani* and Fadi El-Merhi
    This reconstructed CT Image showing the appendix as it arises from the cecum and courses through the abdominal wall musculature, with most of it lying in the subcutaneous soft tissues of the right lower quadrant. There are many cases of herniation of the appendix through different hernias, such as inguinal hernia [1] (Amyand's hernia) and incisional hernia [2].
    Toward Improved Radiology Reporting Practices in the Emergency Department: A Survey of Emergency Department Physicians
    Authors: Andrew J. Gunn1*, Mark D. Mangano1, Brian S. Pugmire1, Dushyant V. Sahani1,2, William D. Binder3 and Garry Choy1,4
    Abstract: Purpose: Improving reporting practices in the emergency department (ED) is important for optimized patient care.
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