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Journal of the Belgian Society of Radiology
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  • Eosinophilic Liver Disease Mimicking Hepatic Metastases

    Vercruysse, Vinciane; Van Hoe, Lieven (2017)
    In rare cases of hypereosinophilic syndrome, nodular lesions of liver due to infiltration of eosinophilic granulocytes has been described. In such cases, a computed tomography of the abdomen could mimic a metastasizing disease while a spontaneous regression of the lesions can be expected. We will present such a case and discuss how this misdiagnosis can be avoided.

    Angioleiomyoma in the soleus muscle

    Holsbeeck, A Van; Daelen, L Van den; Steenkiste, E; Holsbeeck, B Van (2014)
    We present a case of angioleiomyoma, a benign angiomatous soft tissue tumor in a 52-year-old patient. We emphasize that small nodular tumors showing hypervascularity on MRI or ultrasound may be malignant and should be treated with tumor excision.

    Unusual cause of pelvic pain and polyuria in an adolescent: idiopathic megarectum

    Kouki, S; Fares, A; Akkari, K; Alard, S (2013)
    A 16-year-old girl presented to the emergency department with subacute pelvic pain, painful micturition and polyuria for 3 days. She had a past history of dysmenorrhea and chronic constipation for many years without any relevant surgical history. Patient had no fever or vomiting. On examination the patient had a soft abdomen with non-tender pelvic mass.
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