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By R. Hupke (auth.), Professor Dr. med. Walter A. Fuchs (eds.)

Radiologists who already use the SOMATOM PLUS computed tomography procedure talk about their stories during this record of a person convention in March, 1990. The detailed good thing about the program within which the entire measuring procedure rotates constantly is emphasised. greater than fifty contributors from 9 ecu nations current medical papers, speak about scientific event and think about destiny prospects.

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6. Honeycombing: Area of lung containing small, cystlike spaces less than 1 cm in diameter with thick walls, most commonly seen in the subpleural regions of the lung [8, 9] (Fig. 2). 7. Subpleural dependent density: A band 2-30 mm thick of poorly marginated, increased lung density paralleling the dependent pleura and obscuring the underlying lung morphology [8, 9]. 8. Parenchymal bands: Linear, nontapering densities 2-5 cm in length extending through the lung to contact the pleural surface. These lines often terminated at sites of thickened pleura.

Aberle DR, Gamsu G, Sue Ray C, Feuerstein 1M (1988) Asbestos-related pleural and parenchymal fibrosis: detection with high-resolution CT. Radiology 166: 729-734 9. Aberle DR, Gamsu G, Sue Ray C (1988) High-resolution CT of benign asbestos-related diseases: clinical and radiographic correlation. AJR 151: 883-891 10. Lynch DA, Gamsu G, Ray CS, Aberle DR (1988) Asbestos-related focal lung masses; manifestation on conventional and high-resolution CT Scans. Radiology 169: 603-607 11. Yoshimura H, Hatakeyama M, Otsuji H, Maeda M, Ohishi H, Uchida H, Kasuga H, Katada H, Narita N, Mikami R, Konishi Y (1986) Pulmonary asbestosis: CT study of subpleural curvilinear shadow.

3). In the case of hemorrhagic-necrotizing and abscess-forming types of acute pancreatitis, the region of the necrosis does not absorb the contrast agent. This allows the physician to estimate the percentage of vital tissue and/or the extent of necrosis (Fig. 4). CT is not suited for differentiating between hemorrhagic-necrotizing and abscessforming pancreatitis. Its suitability lies in distinguishing between sero-exudative and necrotizing tissue and in detecting collateral phenomena such as the presence of pseudocysts, peri pancreatic edema, and inflamed infiltrations of the peritoneum (mesenterium, mesocolon, bands of necrosis, pleural effusion or cholestasis).

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