The Pancreas

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Fig. 7.1 Pancreatic embryology: the illustration shows progressive embryological development of pancreas as separate dorsal (long arrow) and ventral (short arrow) buds later fusing to form pancreas. The dorsal duct…

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Cross-Sectional Imaging of the Spleen

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(1) Department of Radiology, Columbia University Medical Center, 180 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, NY 10032, USA (2) Department of Surgery, Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, 114 W. Packer Ave, Sayre, PA 18840,…

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The Biliary Tree

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Algorithm 5.1 Bile duct imaging patterns Table 5.1 Biliary pathologies discussed in this chapter Congenital Infectious Idiopathic Autoimmune Conditions due to stones Benign neoplasm Malignant neoplasm Trauma and postop Bile duct…

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Approach to Colon Pathologies

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Fig. 12.1 Gross Anatomy of the colon The ascending and transverse colon are part of the midgut (along with the jejunum and ileum) and are supplied by the superior mesenteric…

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The Scrotum

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Fig. 26.1 Anatomy of the testis and spermatic cord Embryology The gonads initially develop near the kidneys in the retroperitoneum. The formation of the gonad is dependent on three primordia:…

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The Vagina

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Algorithm 29.1 MR signal intensity of the vaginal wall layers Blood supply to the vagina is supplied by branches of the internal iliac artery. The vaginal adventitia is surrounded by…

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Imaging of Pancreas Transplant

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Algorithm 24.1 Benefits of Pancreas Transplantation Both pancreas allograft and patient survival have improved considerably over the past 20 years [1]. The 1-year patient survival rate is now approximately 95 %,…

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Cross-Sectional Imaging of the Female Urethra

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Fig. 30.1 Superior axial illustration of the pelvic diaphragm demonstrates the relationship of the levator ani, composed of the puborectalis, pubococcygeus, and iliococcygeus, and the coccygeus muscles to the female…

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Imaging of Liver Transplant

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Fig. 22.1 (a) Virtual 3D model created using the MeVis Liver Analyzer software that enables volume measurements. (b) The software displays the hepatobiliary anatomy after virtual hepatectomy Key Teaching Point…

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