Renal masses in children are common, their pathology varying in different age groups.
Radiological investigation is warranted in the antenatal patient only if the findings are likely to influence future management.
Some of the recent trends in the detection of breast lesions, in particular carcinoma, are reviewed.
The radiological findings of 69 out of a total of 81 cases of proven primary hepatocellular carcinoma are reviewed retrospectively.
The early diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis ensures a timeous prognosis and appropriate therapy for this chronic disease.
Open splenoportography was performed on a series of control, 'sham-operated' and portacaval-shunt rats.