Journal of Clinical and Medical Images, Medical Imaging Journal

Issue 5 Articles

Malignant Lymphoma of the Ileum Diagnosed with Trans-Fistula Biopsy

A 55-year-old man was admitted to our hospital with watery diarrhea for two months. Physical examination was unremarkable. Biochemical parameters were normal. CA19-9 and CEA were within normal range, and soluble interleukin-2 receptor was slightly elevated. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography revealed the ileac tumor with cavity adjacent to the rectum [Figure 1]. Barium enema demonstrated rapid …

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Extensive Self-Induced Skin Lesions in a 15-Years-Old Girl and Successful Treatment with a Combined Laser Technique

A 15 years old girl followed by our Neuropsychiatric Children Department for a borderline disorder and anorexia nervosa, presented with a 7 months history of multiple horizontal skin lesions with an erythematous-edematous appearance, almost localized on the lower legs. Closed to these more active recent lesions, linear atrophic and hypertrophic skin lesions were present without …

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Do Mosaic Embryos have the Ability of Self-Correction?

We present a film of a cleaving embryo from one to- two cells, with one cell hatching out from the zone pellucida, and thereafter their development into two blastocysts. The two blastocysts were separated and sent to a comprehensive molecular analysis (polymorphic markers and array-CGH), demonstrating identical twins. The embryo in the zona pellucid showed …

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Fragmented QRS Complex is associated with the Left Ventricular Remodeling in Patients with ST-Elevation Acute Myocardial In- farction

A total of 140 patients with AMI were enrolled. Accoridng to the presence of fQRS in presenting electrocardiogram. The patients were divided into fQRS group and NonfQRS group. Real-time three-dimensional echocardiograph parameters measured in-hospital and 6-month follow-up period were collected. The difference between two groups and the influencing factors of left ventricular remodeling were analyzed.

Beneficial Effect of Prolonged and Repeated Administration of Sodium Thiosulphate in a Patient Undergoing Dialysis Present- ing Recurrent Ulcers in the Lower Extremities

We present a case of a female patient receiving dialysis with severe vascular calcification suffering from recurrent ulcers and treated with infusions of sodium thiosulphate three times per week over 9 months. Our results suggest the safety of the prolonged and repeated administration of STS, even in non-calciphylaxis related injuries.