56 year old adult male presented with chest pain, cough and inability to tolerate oral feeds. Contrast enhanced CT scan of the thorax revealed:
IMAGING IN MULTICOMPARTMENT PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE: CASE REPORT
CLINICAL DETAILS: A 69 year old female was referred with history of mass descending per vagina and bilateral lumbar region pain since 1 month. Ultrasound examination revealed bilateral hydroureteronephrosis. Multiphasic CT Urogram performed to rule out distal obstruction demonstrated the following findings:
ATHLETIC PUBALGIA – PICTORIAL ESSAY
Athletic pubalgia is group of injuries affecting multiple musculotendinous and ligamentous structures of the pubic region. MRI helps in direct visualization and assessment of the anatomic structures in the pubic region, enabling a more focused treatment approach and improved outcomes for the affected athlete.
64year old man presented with h/o dysphagia and regurgitation. Contrast enhanced CT scan of the neck and thorax revealed A diverticulum arising from the midline of the posterior wall of the distal pharynx near the pharyngo-esophageal junction. The diverticulum measured 2.3 x 1.2 cm (length x width) and extended in the left paramedian region along the proximal esophagus opposite C5-C6 vertebral level.