Objective To investigate the corresponding manifestations of MRI,CT,SPECT,and X-ray in the early femoral head necrosis (FHN) in adult as well as their sensitivity and accuracy,and to establish the early imageologic examination procedure.
With the development of science and technology, medical images have become important assistant means of diagnosis and therapy. Computed Tomography (CT) image is an important method to research of pathology and anatomy, as its high resolution and little harm to human beings.
CT scans were performed in 300 epileptic patients and displayed a high incidence of abnormal CT findings (55.67%) . The common findings were cerebral atrophy,malformation,infarction,brain tumor and abnormal intracranial calcification,etc.
The result of single photon emission computerized tomography(SPECT ) examination for 32 cases suffering from ischemic cerebral vascular diseases(ICVD)was reported. And the results were compared with the results of CT examination.
This article analyses 171 cases with malignant jaundice who have been received and treated in our hospital during 1985～1993. All cases were diagnosed by B-scan ultrasound, ERCP, PTC, and CT. Operation confirmed all diagnoses.
The dynamic correction of collimation errors of CT slicing pictures
Among these antigens, cancer/testis antigen (CT antigen) is considered to be the most promising target for immunotherapy by vaccination.
Comparison of CT-guided aspiration to key hole craniotomy in the surgical treatment of spontaneous putaminal hemorrhage: a prosp
The distributions of GNB3 C825T genotypes were CC (27.2%), TT (42.9%), and CT (29.9%) in the hypertensive subjects and CC (27.7%), TT (42.4%), CT (29.9%) in the normotensive subjects.
Compared to individuals with EPHX1 rs1051741 CC or rs2234922 AA genotype in the drinkers, the risk of CBP in those carrying genotypes of EPHX1 rs1051741 CT+TT or rs2234922 AG+GG was decreased, respectively (P = 0.04, P >amp;lt; 0.01).