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The impact of HIV infection when superimposed on pulmonary tuberculosis (either active or sequelae tuberculosis) on the success of bronchial artery embolisation.
ABSTRACT Pulmonary Tuberculosis (PTB) rates in Kwa Zulu Natal (KZN) is amongst the highest in the South Africa and is often associated with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) co-infection. Bronchial Artery Embolisation ...
What is the association between the Glasgow Coma Scale score, mechanism of injury and computed tomography findings in neurosurgically relevant head injury patients.
Background: There is extremely limited literature that provides patterns of CT findings at the various GCS levels, and finding the association between mechanism of trauma and CT findings. Most studies done are on patients ...
A review of FCRad Diag (SA) examination results over ten years.
Over the past few decades, there have been major technological advancements in the field of diagnostic radiology, as imaging has become indispensible to patient diagnosis and management. Not only are multiple imaging ...
Post -trauma MRI knee interpretation: our experience with a mechanism-based approach in South African setting.
A mechanism-based approach to the interpretation of complex knee injuries at magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is cited by several authors to provide increased reporting accuracy and efficiency by allowing accurate prediction ...
Multidetector computed tomography has replaced conventional intravenous excretory urography in imaging of the kidneys: a scoping review of multidetector computed tomography findings in renal tuberculosis.
(SA Journal of Radiology, 2018)
Abstract available in pdf.