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Caseous Calcification of the Mitral Annulus by Silvia Pradella et al.

Published: 2019 Jan
Issue: 13(1) :: Pages: 1-10


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Abstract: Soft-tissue masses or mass-like lesions involving the mitral valve include a wide range of diseases such as tumors, abscesses, vegetations, thrombus and, rarely, caseous calcifications of the mitral annulus. Caseous calcifications of the mitral annulus is a rare variant of mitral annular calcification that is usually asymptomatic and diagnosed incidentally. Echocardiography is the first-choice imaging modality. Cardiac computed tomography is an ideal tool to confirm the presence of calcifications and caseous necrosis. In cases where there is doubt, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging may be used. We present the case of a 62-year-old patient with an intra-cardiac mass diagnosed by echocardiography. Imaging modalities to achieve a correct diagnosis and avoid unnecessary surgical intervention are discussed.


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Delayed Diagnosis in a Case of Smoldering Sporotrichal Monoarthropathy by Rina Patel et al.

Published: 2019 Jan
Issue: 13(1) :: Pages: 17-23


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Abstract: We present the clinical, imaging, and laboratory findings of a 41-year-old male with culture proven Sporothrix schenckii osteoarticular infection of the right knee. Fungal arthropathies are a rare and indolent form of septic arthritis, which often leads to a delayed diagnosis. Early diagnosis and treatment of fungal arthropathies is critical to preventing permanent functional disability.


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Fascioliasis: A challenging differential diagnosis for radiologists by Ourania Preza et al.

Published: 2019 Jan
Issue: 13(1) :: Pages: 11-16


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Abstract: We report a case of a 39 year old male who presented with nausea and right upper quadrant pain. Marked eosinophilia and a hypoechoic liver lesion on ultrasound were identified. The differential diagnosis included neoplasms, infectious diseases and hepatic abscess. Indirect hemagglutination test using purified adult Fasciola hepatica f1Ag confirmed serologic diagnosis of fascioliasis. Radiologists should keep in mind the importance of correlating imaging, clinical and laboratory findings in order to reach the correct diagnosis.


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