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Case # Title Category Faculty Reviewer Year
0001 Choroid plexus cyst      
0002 Cavernous hemangioma      
0003 Cavernous meningioma      
0004 Eosinophilic granuloma      
0005 Parotid LEC Aids      
0006 Tuberculous meningitis      
0007 Aod pseudomeningocele      
0008 Aids lymphoma      
0009 Advanced intra-abdominal ectopic pregnancy      
0010 Nephroblastoma (Wilms tumor)      
0011 Anomalous right coronary artery origin      
0012 Multiple window spatial missregistration artifact      
0013 Barium artifact - multiple bone metastasis      
0014 Cerebral infarction      
0015 COR artifact in SPECT imaging      
0016 Ovarian fibroma      
0017 Intralobar bronchopulmonary sequestration      
0018 Right ovarian torsion      
0019 Right middle lobe pneumonia with lung abscess, from Staphylococcus aureus      
0020 Occipital encephalocele      
0021 Persistent left superior vena cava      
0022 Bronchoalveolar cell carcinoma      
0023 Pulmonary av malformation      
0024 Multiple sclerosis      
0025 Primary TB in an AIDS patient      
0026 Ovarian papillary serous neoplasm      
0027 Hepatoblastoma      
0028 Wilms tumor      
0029  Non-accidental trauma      
0030  Congenital diaphragmatic hernia      
0031  Aspiration tracheal stenosis      
0032 Uterus didelphys      
0033  Pseudomembranous colitis      
0034  Echinococcus      
0035  Orbital epitheloid hemangioma      
0036  Right-sided congenital diaphragmatic hernia      
0037  Pulmonary interstitial emphysema      
0038  Rickets secondary to chronic renal insuffciency      
0039  Lymphoma      
0040 Sacrococcygeal teratoma      
0041 Chronic ectopic pregnancy      
0042  Intralobar pulmonary sequestration      
0043  Closed loop small bowel obstruction      
0044  Hypoplastic/Absent left pulm. artery      
0045  Septic arthritis of the right hip      
0046  Trans. hepatic atten. difference:lesion      
0047  Sarcoidosis      
0048  Ischemic infarction L. cerebral artery      
0049  Meningioma      
0050  Craniopharyngioma      
0051  Bilateral adrenal hemorrhage      
0052  Aortic pseudoaneurysm      
0053  Lateral duodenal diverticulum      
0054  Chiari II malformation      
0055  Schizencephaly/Septooptic dysplasia      
0056  Polysplenia with situs inversus abdominalis      
0057  Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis      
0058  Focal nodular hyperplasia      
0059  Renal lymphangiomatosis      
0060  Youssef's syndrome      
0061  Mounier kuhn syndrome      
0062 Uterine leimyosarcoma      
0063  Cholangiocarcinoma      
0064  Emphysematous cystitis and pyelitis      
0065  Dysplastic gangliocytoma      
0066  Tuberculous meningitis      
0067  Pes anserinus bursitis      
0068  Partial rupture-posterior tibial tendon      
0069  Severe hypoxia injury of term neonate brain      
0070  Cornual ectopic pregnancy      
0071  Ovarian dermoid      
0072  Duodenal web      
0073 Extravascular line placement      
0074  Ovarian vein thrombosis      
0075  Hemimegalencephaly      
0076  Achondroplasia      
0077  Appendicitis      
0078  Contrast extravasation      
0079  Schmorls' node      
0080  Lisencephaly      
0081 Pilocytic astrocytoma      
0082 Pulmony embolus      
0083 Acalculous cholecystitis      
0084  Papillary thyroid cancer      
0085  Telangiectatic osteosarcoma      
0086  Parosteal osteosarcoma      
0087  Tubo-ovarian abscesses      
0088  Pulmonary emboli with infarction      
0089  Gallstone ileus      
0090  Tuberculous epididymoorchitis      
0091  Congenital diaphragmatic hernia      
0092  Retinoblastoma      
0093  Gangrenous cholecystitis      
0094  Squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus      
0095  Adventitial cystic disease-popliteal artery      
0096  Pulmonary arteriovenous malformation      
0097  Situs inversus totalis      
0098  Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome      
0099  Aortic dissection: stanford type B      
0100  Hepatic artery pseudoaneurysm embolization      
0101  Pulmonary venolobar syndrome      
0102  Metastatic leiomyosarcoma      
0103  Stromal tumor of the distal esophagus      
0104  Mediastinal liposarcoma      
0105  Pulmonary sequestration      
0106  Lymphoma with mesenteric involvement      
0107  Aberrant right subclavian artery      
0108  Vein of Galen malformation      
0109  Pyelonephritis with candida albicans      
0110  Carcinoma of the cecum      
0111 Ischemic colitis      
0112  Brown tumor      
0113  Hydatidiform mole      
0114  Emphysematous pyelonephritis      
0115  Pyelolymphatic backflow      
0116  Von hippel lindau disease      
0117  Boerhaave’s syndrome      
0118  Squamous cell carcinoma with hilar mass      
0119  Acute traumatic aortic injury      
0120  Pseudoaneurysm of pulmonary artery      
0121  Bilateral ureteropelvic juncture laceration      
0122  Stanford type A aortic dissection      
0123  Multifocal infection      
0124  Orbital pseudotumor      
0125  Nail-Patella syndrome      
0126  Scapholunate dissociation      
0127  Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy      
0128  Melas syndrome      
0129  Arteriovenous malformation      
0130 Fracture-dislocation of the right shoulder      
0131  Pulmonary fibrosis secondary to SLE      
0132  Megaesophagus secondary to achalasia      
0133  Ductal carcinoma with metastatic disease      
0134  Renal and ureteral tuberculosis      
0137  Sinding-larsen- johansson disease      
0138  Stage IV Immature Teratoma      
0140 Non-accidental trauma      
0135 Isolated “nutcracker fracture” of the cuboid bone     2004
0136 Triquetrum avulsion fracture;additional fractures     2004
0139  Rosai Dorfman Disease     2004
0141 Tuberous sclerosis     2004
0142 Perforated sigmoid diverticulitis     2004
0143 Gallbladder Adenomyomatosis     2005
0144 Giant Cell Tumor of the Tendon Sheath     2005
0145 Lissencephaly     2005
0146 Cholesterol granuloma     2005
0147 Amiodarone therapy     2005
0148 Ovarian dermoid cyst     2005
0149 Mucinous cystadenocarcinoma     2005
0150 Cerebral artery infarction     2005
0151 Tumor of the pineal gland     2005
0152 Liposarcoma of the retroperitoneum     2005
0153 Hemorrhagic corpus luteal cyst     2005
0154 Cryptococcus     2005
0155 Orbital hemangioma     2005
0156 Fibrolamellar carcinoma     2005
0157 Cerebral fat embolism     2005
0158 Papillary Thyroid Cancer     2005
0159 Carotid body paraganglioma     2005
0160 Heterotopic gray matter     2005
0161 Intradural lipoma with tethered cord     2005
0162 Discitis     2005
0163 Mesial temporal sclerosis     2005
0164 Tuberous sclerosis     2005
0165 Emphysematous pyelonephritis     2005
0166 Paralysis of the left vocal cord     2005
0167 Meckel’s diverticulum     2005
0168 Craniosynostosis     2005
0169 Epiphrenic esophageal diverticulum     2005
0170 Primary Cardiac Lymphoma     2005
0171 Carcinoma of esophagus in a pt. with achalasia     2005
0172 Round atelectasis     2005
0173 Neurocysticercosis     2005
0174 Neurosarcoidosis     2005
0175 Cavernous transformation of portal vein     2005
0176 Atlanto-axial subluxation     2005
0177 Occipitoatlantal subluxation with fractures     2005
0178 Avascular necrosis of femoral head     2005
0179 Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis     2005
0180 Necrotizing enterocolitis with gas in the portal vein     2005
0181 Grave’s ophthalmopathy     2005
0182 Medullary sponge kidney     2005
0183 Jejuno-jejunal intussception     2005
0184 Carcinoid tumor of terminal ileum     2005
0185 Esophageal perforation     2005
0186 Mesocaval shunt migration causing s.b. obstruction     2005
0187 Gastric diverticulum     2005
0188 Complete molar pregnancy with theca-lutein cysts     2005
0189 Traumatic arterial injury     2005
0190 Prostatic abscess     2005
0191 Posterior urethral valve     2005
0193 Lunate dislocation     2005
0194 Congenital diaphragmatic hernia     2005
0195 Lymphocytic interstitial pneumonia     2005
0196 Adrenocortical carcinoma     2005
0197 Absent IVC with hemiazygous continuation     2005
0199 Mucocele     2005
0200 Neurocysticercosis     2005
0201 Cystic Teratoma     2005
0202 Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome     2005
0203 Intermittent midgut volvolus     2005
0204 Gallbladder adenocarcinoma     2005
0205 Mondini spectrum deformity     2005
0206 Sarcoidosis     2005
0207 Bronchogenic cyst     2005
0208 Metastasis from melanoma     2005
0209 Granular cell tumor of the bronchus     2005
0210 Large bowel obstruction     2005
0211 Retroperitoneal fibrosis     2005
0212 Dural venous thrombosis     2005
0213 Schizencephaly     2005
0214 Paget's disease     2005
0215 Gallstone ileus     2005
0216 Scapholunate dissociation     2005
0217 Boney Bankart fracture     2005
0218 Coracoid avulsion fracture     2005
0219 Schwannoma     2005
0220 Epidural hematoma     2005
0221 Mesenteric Artery Syndrome     2005
0222 CNS Lymphoma     2005
0223 Hepatocellular carcinoma with portal veinthrombosis     2005
0224 Ulcerative colitis     2005
0225 Esophageal carcinoma     2005
0226 Accessory soleus muscle     2005
0227 Splenic lymphoma     2005
0228 Situs ambiguous     2005
0229 Sacrococcygeal teratoma     2005
0231 Benign pediatric bone lesions     2005
0232 Bilateral renal ischemia     2005
0233 Chondroblastoma     2005
0234 Meningioma     2005
0235 Sigmoid volvulus     2005
0236 HIV cardiomyopathy     2005
0237 Aspiration pneumonia with colonic interposition     2005
0238 Venous stasis     2004
0239 Ileocecal Intussusception     2004
0192 Intraocular melanoma     2005
0198 Sturge-Weber Syndrome     2005
0230 Chance fracture     2005
0240 Perinatal testicular torsion and infarction     2005
0241 Persistent craniopharyngeal canal     2005
0242 Ventriculitis     2005
0243 Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasia     2005
0244 Atypical nontuberculosis mycobacterial Infection     2005
0245 Submucosal fibroid     2005
0246 Adamantinoma     2005
0247 Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy     2006
0248 Rathke’s cleft cyst     2006
0249 Invasive lobular carcinoma of the breast     2006
0250 Virchow-robin spaces     2005
0251 Hypothalamic hamartoma     2006
0252 Colocolonic intussusception     2006
0253 Tracheobronchial papillomatosis     2006
0254 Chronic diabetic nephropathy     2006
0255 Primary ovarian non-hodgkin's lymphoma     2006
0256 Ewing's sarcoma     2006
0257 Enchondroma     2006
0258 Bucket-handle tear of the medial meniscus      2006
0259 Vocal cord paralysis     2006
0260  Brenner Tumor of the Ovary     2006
0261 Closed-lip schizencephaly     2006
0262 Giant bullous pneumopathy     2006
0263 Nerve root avulsion with traumatic pseudomeningocele     2006
0264 Xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis     2006
0265 Oncocytoma     2006
0266 Hypovascular liver metastasis     2006
0267 Tuberous sclerosis     2006
0268 Mesial temporal sclerosis     2006
0269 Normal motility     2006
0270 Spheno-occipital chordoma     2006
0271 Craniopharyngioma     2006
0272 Hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy     2006
0273 Polyostotic Paget’s Disease     2006
0274 Urinoma     2006
0275 Enchondroma     2006
0276 Hyperparathyroidism     2006
0277 Superior vena cava and azygous vein thrombosis     2006
0278 Acute epiglottitis with abscess formation     2006
0279 Epidermoid inclusion cyst     2006
0280 Giant cell tumor     2006
0281 Germ cell tumor     2006
0282 Cystic hygroma with hydropic change     2006
0283 May-Thurner Syndrome     2006
0284 Transient hepatic attenuation difference     2006
0285 Intraventricular meningioma     2006
0286 Intrapericardial thymoma     2006
0287 Traumatic gallbladder injury     2006
0288 Medullary nephrocalcinosis with ureterolithiasis     2006
0289 Dorsal intercalated segmental instability     2006
0290 Tuberculous peritonitis     2006
0291 Rhabdomyosarcoma - 5.79 MB     2006
0291 Rhabdomyosarcoma - 2.47 MB-COMPRESSED     2006
0292 Gliomatosis cerebri     2006
0293 Hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy     2006
0294 Peritoneal lymphomatosis     2006
0295 Oncocytoma     2006
0296 Dandy-walker malformation     2006
0297 Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH)     2006
0298 Neurofibromatosis Type I     2006
0299 Primary melanoma of the esophagus     2006
0300 Autoimmune pancreatitis     2006
0301 Lymphangitic carcinomatosis     2006
0302 Single system orthotopic ureterocele     2006
0303 Right inguinal hernia     2006
0304 High grade surface osteosarcoma     2006
0305 Fish mouth deformity of spine in sickle cell      2006
0306 Esophageal varicies     2006
0307 Acute epiploic appendagitis     2006
0308 Pituitary macroadenoma     2006
0309 Neurofibromatosis type 2     2006
0310 Choriocarcinoma     2006
0311 Sarcoma of the right breast     2006
0312 Ganglioglioma     2006
0313 Tuberculous Spondylitis - Pott Disease     2006
0314 Cerebral arteriovenous malformation     2006
0315 Ovarian fibromatosis and corpus luteal cyst     2006
0316 Dilantin induced hypersensitive pneumonitis     2006
0317 Acute tubular necrosis     2006
0318 Empty enlarged sella     2006
0319 Neurofibromatosis type 1     2006
0320 Cavernous Hemangioma     2006
0321 Plunging or diving ranula     2006
0322 Deep venous thrombophlebitis       2006
0323 Pancreatic pseudocyst     2006
0324 Multiple Sclerosis with active lesions     2006
0325 Solitary langerhans celhistiocytosis     2006
0326 Congenital defects of the tegmen tympani     2006
0327 Ruptured left iliac arterial aneurysm     2006
0328 Rickets     2006
0329 Early charcot joint     2006
0330 Chondrosarcoma     2006
0331 Cryptococcal and PCP infections     2006
0332 Septic Emboli with Bronchopleural Fistula                 2006
0333 Brain death     2006
0334 Osteomyelitis and cellulitis of the right foot     2006
0335 Incidental asymptomatic cyst of the prostate     2006
0336 Transient Patellar Dislocation     2006
0337 Duplicated infrarenal inferior vena cava     2006
0338 Sclerosing Hemangioma     2006
0339 Pelvic Congestion Syndrome     2006
0340 Pelligrini-Stieda Disease      2006
0341 Melorheostosis with possible osteopoikilosis     2006
0342 Pneumomediastinum as a complication of asthma     2006
0343 Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) pneumonia     2006
0344 AVM with associated aneurysm     2006
0345 Multiple hereditary exotoses     2006
0346 Tuberculous meningitis     2006
0347 Gallbladder laceration and intraluminal hemorrhage     2006
0348 Hepatic hemangioma with assoc. perfusion abnormality     2006
0349 Pulmonary amyloidosis     2006
0350 Prostatic rhabdomyosarcoma     2006
0351 Lymphangitic carcinomatosis     2006
0352 Transient Osteoporosis of the Right Hip     2006
0353 Secondary Calcinosis of Chronic Renal Failure     2006
0354 Celiac artery compression syndrome     2006
0355 Pseudokidney sign of bowel wall thickening     2006
0356 Multiple Hereditary Exostoses 2     2006
0357 Psoriatic Arthritis     2006
0358 Aicardi Syndrome     2006
0359 Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm     2007
0360 Focal nodular hyperplasia     2007
0361 Pachygyria     2007
0362 Neuroblastoma with liver metastasis     2007
0363 Chondrosarcoma of the coracoid process     2007
0364 Lymphangioleiomyomatosis or lymphangiomyomatosis     2007
0365 Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava     2007
0366 Pellegrini-Stieda Syndrome     2007
0367 Carcinoid tumor and tricuspid regurgitation 8.20 MB     2007
0367 Carcinoid tumor and tricuspid regurg. Compressed: 1.85 MB     2007
0368 Thyroglossal duct cyst     2007
0369 Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis     2007
0370 Ganglion cyst in the spinoglenoid notch     2007
0371 Shattered spleen with splenic artery embolization     2007
0372 Morquio’s syndrome     2007
0373 Parosteal Osteosarcoma     2007
0374 AV fistula with a pseudoaneurysm     2007
0375 Page kidney     2007
0376 Giant cell tumor of the iliac bone     2007
0377  Neuroblastoma, stage 4     2007
0378 Neuroblastoma with metastasis     2007
0379 CNS lymphoma     2007
0380 Open lip schizencephaly     2007
0381  Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations     2007
0382  Obliterative Bronchiolitis     2007
0383  Choledocholithiasis     2007
0384  Adrenal pheochromocytoma     2007
0385  Lymphoma of soft tissue of the shoulder     2007
0386  Giant tumefactive virchow robbins spaces     2007
0387  Glomus Tumor     2007
0388  Normal, diminutive uterus     2007
0389  Hepatoblastoma      2007
0390  Fournier's gangrene     2007
0391  Ruptured corpus luteum cyst     2007
0392  CMV colitis     2007
0393  Gastrointestinal stromal cell tumor     2007
0394  Splenic artery pseudoaneurysm     2007
0395  Nuchal cord with a single loop     2007
0396  Neuroblastoma     2007
0397  Osteopoikilosis     2007
0398  Traumatic brain injury treatment with Ambien     2007
0399  Secondary pneumatosis intestinalis     2007
0400  Atypical carcinoid w/miliary pulmonary metastases     2007
0401 Jejunal gastrointestinal stromal tumor - GIST     2007
0402 Medulloblastoma     2007
0403 Polycystic kidney disease-autosomal dominant     2007
0404 Lactating adenoma with focal infarct     2007
0405 Lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma with acquired systemic amyloidosis     2007
0406 Peritonsillar Abscess     2007
0407 Congenital polysplenia syndrome     2007
0408 Ectopic Pancreatitis     2007
0409 Zenker’s Diverticulum     2007
0410 Pericardial laceration     2007
0411 Subchorionic Hemorrhage     2007
0412 Intraosseous lipoma     2007
0413 Sclerosing peritonitis     2007
0414 Partial small bowel obstruction with benign (non-surgical) pneumoperitoneum     2007
0415 Carotid-cavernous fistula - left eye     2007
0416 Creutzfeld-Jakob disease     2007
0417 Pericardial metastasis     2007
0418 Carcinoma of the esophagus     2007
0419 Gastric adenocarcinoma     2007
0420 Bronchoesophageal fistula     2007
0421 Mesial temporal sclerosis     2007
0422 Left brachiocephalic deep venous thrombosis     2007
0423 Gamekeeper’s thumb     2007
0424 Type IV acromioclavicular separation     2007
0425  Pulmonary cryptococcus neoformans     2007
0426 Calvarial osteoid osteoma     2007
0427 Pulmonary embolism     2007
0428 Congenital lobar emphysema     2007
0429 Lymphoma     2007
0430 Gall bladder perforation     2007
0431 Lingual thyroid     2007
0432 Kaposi sarcoma     2007
0433 Perilunate dislocation     2007
0434 Sarcoidosis     2007
0435 Xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis     2008
0436 Epidermoid cyst     2008
0437 Brachiocephalic vein occlusion (7.72 MB)     2008
0437 Brachiocephalic vein occlusion (3.83 MB) COMPRESSED     2008
0438 Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber Syndrome     2008
0439 Liposarcoma     2008
0440 Extramedullary Hematopoesis     2008
0441 Pancreas divisum     2008
0442 Cavernous angioma     2008
0443 Pulmonary Langerhans’ cell histiocytosis     2008
0444 Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome     2008
0445 Pulmonary sequestration     2008
0446 Serous cystadenoma     2008
0447 Lipoleiomyoma     2008
0448 Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome     2008
0449 Unilateral absence of the left pulmonary artery     2008
0450 Internal hernia/Jejuno-colonic fistula     2008
0451 Silicone inflammatory pseudotumor of the breast     2008
0452 Parasellar mass     2008
0453 Groove Pancreatitis     2008
0454 Liver transplant piggyback thrombus     2008
0455 Gastointestinal stromal tumor     2008
0456 Rhabdomyosarcoma-embryonal subtype     2008
0457 Agenesis of carotid canal     2008
0458 Misplacement of an IVC filter     2008
0459 Avascular necrosis of the talus     2008
0460 Traumatic diaphragmatic rupture     2008
0461 Avascular necrosis of the capitellum     2008
0462 Aneurysmal Bone Cyst     2008
0463 Pyogenic vertebral osteomyelitis     2008
0464 Pleural effusion     2008
0465 Buerger’s Disease     2008
0466 Fibrosing Mediastinitis     2008
0467 Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency     2008
0468 Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection     2008
0469 Right aortic arch with aberrant left subclavian     2008
0470 Right to left shunt     2008
0471 Multicystic Dysplastic Kidney     2008
0472 Septooptic Dysplasia     2008
0473 Heterotopic pregnancy with ruptured tubal pregnancy     2008
0474 Synovial osteochondromatosis     2008
0475 Cysticercosis infection with rice grain calcifications     2008
0476 Biopsy proven mature teratoma     2008
0477 Thymic hyperplasia     2008
0478 Central neurocytoma     2008
0479 Meniscal Ossicle     2008
0480 GLAD - Glenolabral articular disruption lesion     2008
0481 Autoimmune pancreatitis     2008
0482 Cystic Fibrosis     2008
0483 Heterotopic pregnancy     2008
0484 Dysembrioplastic Neuroepithelial Tumor     2008
0485 Pancreatic pseudocyst     2008
0486 Cholelithasis and choledocholithiasis     2008
0487 Sialadenitis caused by sialolithiasis     2008
0488 Second Branchial Cleft Cyst     2008
0489 Congenital Syphilis     2008
0490 Paraganglioma     2008
0491 Leiomyosarcom in the retroperitoneum     2008
0492 Idiopathic pneumatosis intestinalis     2008
0493 Contraction of the myometrium     2008
0494 Colloid cyst     2008
0495 Ameloblastoma     2008
0496 Cervical Ectopic Pregnancy     2008
0497 Hemophilic Arthropathy     2008
0498 Clavicle Osteomyelitis with Septic Emboli     2008
0499 Pheochromocytoma     2008
0500 Cerebral AVM     2008
0501 Left Hip Septic Arthritis     2008
0502 Jejuno-jejunal intussusception     2008
0503 Arteriovenous malformation     2008
0504 Superior vena cava syndrome     2008
0505 Osteosarcoma     2008
0506 Atlantoaxial rotatory fixation     2008
0507 Fibrous tumor of the pleura     2008
0508 Neuropathic arthropathy from syringohydromyelia     2008
0509 Sternal dehiscence     2008
0510 Bicornuate uterus     2008
0511 Pyogenic spondylodiscitis with abscesses     2008
0512 Malignant pleural mesothelioma     2008
0513 Von Hippel-Lindau disease     2008
0514 Methyl methacrylate pulmonary artery embolism     2008
0515 Pulmonary artery sarcoma     2008
0516 Mucocele     2008
0517 Pseudodiverticulitis of the esophagus with aspiration pneumonia     2008
0518 Obstructed IVC with collateral compensation     2008
0519 Oncocytoma     2008
0520 Brain Abscess     2008
0521 Liposarcoma     2008
0522 Pulmonary artery pseudoaneurysm     2008
0523 Hook of Hamate Fracture     2008
0524 Coracoid Process Fracture     2008
0525 Traumatic pseudoaneurysm at the splenoportal confluence     2008
0526 Glomus Tympanicum     2008
0527 Tolosa-Hunt Syndrome     2008
0528 Coarctation of the aorta     2008
0529 Intraosseous lipoma     2008
0530 MRSA-Osteomyelitis of the Femur     2008
0531 Chiari I malformation with intrasyringal hemorrhage     2008
0532 Jejunal atresia     2008
0533 Renal Pseudotumor     2008
0534 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome     2008
0535 Hamartoma     2008
0536 Prolactinoma     2009
0537 Metastatic papillary thyroid cancer     2009
0538 Cryptogenic organizing pneumonia     2009
0539 Complicated silicosis     2009
0540 Malignant anomalous right coronary artery     2009
0541 T1 hyperintense basal ganglia in a cirrhotic patient with encephalopathy     2009
0542 Primary neoplasm of the olfactory bulb, possibly a teratocarcinosarcoma     2009
0543 Lateral epicondylitis     2009
0544 Hamstring tendonitis     2009
0545 Metastatic Osteosarcoma     2009
0546 Venous obstruction of right external iliac vein     2009
0547 Jumper’s knee     2009
0548 Radial tear of the lateral meniscus     2009
0549 Balo’s concentric sclerosis     2009
0550 Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy     2009
0551 Septooptic Dysplasia     2009
0552 Hallervorden Spatz Syndrome     2009
0553 Quadrilateral Space Syndrome     2009
0554 Ollier’s Disease     2009
0555 Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome     2009
0556 Invasive lobular carcinoma     2009
0557 Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia     2009
0558 Hernia with organoaxial gastric rotation     2009
0559 Endometriosis of the inguinal canals     2009
0560 Idiopathic intracranial hypertension     2009
0561 Liposarcoma     2009
0562 Psoas abscess     2009
0563 Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease     2009
0564 Myelofibrosis     2009
0565 Pelvic insufficiency fractures     2009
0566 Congenital Cystic Adenoid Malformation Type II     2009
0567 Intralobar sequestration     2009
0568 Intraventricular Meningioma     2009
0569 Synovial osteochondromatois     2009
0570 Hemangiopericytoma     2009
0571 Pigmented villonodular synovitis     2009
0572 Inflammatory Aortic Aneurysm     2009
0573 Lipoma arborescens with severe osteoarthritic changes     2009
0574 Discitis with vertebral body osteomyelitis     2009
0575 Calvarial endosteal resorption     2009
0576 Small bowel obstruction by trichobezoar     2009
0577 Toxoplasmosis     2009
0578 Melanoma metastatic to the small bowel     2009
0579 Extraskeletal Ewing’s Sarcoma     2009
0580 Hepatocellular Carcinoma     2009
0581 Bilateral Iliotibial Band Syndrome     2009
0582 Pulmonary Infarction     2009
0583 Perforated gastric adenocarcinoma     2009
0584 Intraperitoneal Bladder Rupture with Left Simple Ureterocele     2009
0585 Asymptomatic wooden splinter     2009
0586 Molar pregnancy with living twin     2009
0587 Polysplenia syndrome     2009
0588 Thromboembolic stroke with good collateral circulation     2009
0589 Single System Ectopic Prostatic Ureter     2009
0590 Florid Cemento-Osseous Dysplasia with Osteomyelitis     2009
0591 Metastatic renal carcinoma - faceless kidney     2009
0592 Herniation of uterus and ovary into the canal of Nuck     2009
0593 Oriental Cholangiohepatitis     2009
0594 Ovarian vein syndrome (11 MB)     2009
0595 Choledochal cyst Type IVA     2009
0596 Chordoma     2009
0597 Mixed Germ Cell Tumor     2009
0598 Complete Hydatidiform Mole     2009
0599 Von Hippel-Lidau Disease Type II B     2009
0600 Retroperitoneal ganglioneuroma     2009
0601 Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis     2009
0602 Intraventricular Ependymoma     2009
0603 Germinoma     2009
0604 Patellar tendonitis and joint effusion     2009
0605 Esophageal Pseudodiverticulosis w/ hiatal hernia     2009
0606 Fibrosing mediastinitis and high altitude pulmonary edema     2009
0607 Septated hypoechoic perirenal fat     2009
0608 Ebstein’s anomaly     2009
0609 Malignant mesothelioma causing cardiac tamponade     2009
0610 Midgut malrotation with cecal volvulus     2009
0611 Nasopharyngeal angiofibroma-Grade IIB Juvenile     2009
0612 Situs inversus totalis with sarcomatoid carcinoma of the lung     2009
0613 Papillary Thyroid Cancer, Cystic Variant     2009
0614 Tuberculosis     2009
0615 Ureteritis cystica     2009
0616 Esophagobronchial fistula     2009
0617 Tension pneumomediastinum     2009
0618 Esophageal Tuberculosis     2009
0619 Seeding of ovarian mucinous cystadenocarcinom     2009
0620 Nasoethmoidal Encephalocele     2009
0621 Adult Epiglotittis     2009
0622 Cardiac Volvulus     2009
0623 Epitheliod hemangioendothelioma     2009
0624 Multiple air emboli causing multifocal ischemia     2009
0625 Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome     2009
0626 Pineal Region Teratoma     2009
0627 7 year old male with nontender facial swelling after blowing up a balloon Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2009
0628 20 year old female with sore throat Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2009
0629 A seven year old girl presents with left retroauricular pain Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2009
0630 A two year old boy that presented with weakness. Neuroradiology Eliana Bonfante, M.D. 2009
0631 28 year-old Asian female with lower back pain Musculoskeletal Tamara Miner Haygood, Ph.D., M.D. 2009
0632 Primary Breast Lymphoma Breast Michael Redwine, M.D. 2010
0633 Active Extrav Vascular Micheal Redwine, M.D. 2010
0634 ICF Neuro Neuroradiology Clark Sitton, M.D. 2010
0635 Int abscess Neuroradiology Clark Sitton, M.D. 2010
0636 8 month-old Caucasian male with six month history of developmental delay Neuro Elliott Friedman, M.D. 2010
0637 15 year old girl with chronic cough and dyspnea Musculoskeletal Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0638 17-year-old female with history of cardiovascular disease came in for follow up Musculoskeletal Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0639 82 year old Hispanic female Cardiovascular Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0640 10 year old female presented to the emergency center Neuro (Head and Neck) Emilio Supsupin Jr., M.D. 2010
0641 50-year-old female with a palpable mass in the lower extremity. Musculoskeletal David Wells, M.D. 2009
0642 32-year-old male with fibrolamellar hepatocellular carcinoma Gastrointestinal Joel Dunnington, M.D. 2010
0643 23 year-old male presents with chronic fatigue Nuclear Usha A. Joseph, M.D. 2010
0644 48 year-old female with history of diabetes mellitus Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2010
0645 31 year old female with multiple recurring skin masses Musculoskeletal Manickam Kumaravel, M.D. 2010
0646 Newborn male with acute liver failure Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0647 5 year old female with ataxia Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2010
0648 20 year old male with left forearm pain for 3 months Musculoskeletal Manickam Kumaravel, M.D. 2010
0649 3 year old girl with an abdominal drain and abdominal surgery Gastrointestinal Michael Redwine, M.D. 2009
0650 10 y/o boy presenting with hypotension GU/Vascular Radiology Michael Redwine, M.D. 2009
0651 13 year-old female with no reported clinical symptoms Pediatric, MSK Edward B. Singleton, M.D. 2009
0652 80 year-old female with history of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2009
0653 6 week-old male with cranial deformity Neuroradiology Jeanie Choi, M.D. 2010
0654 2 year-old male with sudden onset of right hemiparesis Neuroradiology Jeanie Choi, M.D. 2010
0655 32 year old Hispanic female with left lower quadrant pain and a growing palpable mass for the past 4 months Musculoskeletal Verghese George, M.D. 2010
0656 A 48-year-old female presented with a palpable left breast mass for 8 weeks Breast Wei Yang, M.D. 2010
0657 55 year old male status post motor vehicle collision Musculoskeletal Manickam Kumaravel, M.D. 2010
0658 15 year old male status post motor vehicle collision Musculoskeletal Manickam Kumaravel, M.D. 2010
0659 65-year-old male with a history of benign prostatic hypertrophy Gastrointestinal Madhavi Patnana, M.D. 2010
0660 A 51-year-old woman presented to her primary physician with a one day history of left-sided pleuritic chest pain and low grade fever with mild chills Thoracic Chest Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0661 25-year-old Hispanic male with a 1–2 month history of headache, dizziness, nausea and vomiting Neuroradiology Jeanie Choi, M.D. 2010
0662 22-year-old pregnant female presenting with three weeks of left eye pain and blurry vision Neuroradiology Jeanie Choi, M.D. 2010
0663 5 month old male infant with a large left scrotal mass Pedi, GU Amy Mehollin-Ray, M.D. 2010
0664 24-year-old Indian man with newly diagnosed hypertension and dyslipidemia of 2 weeks ago Chest, Body Voon Liaw, M.D., and
Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D.
2010
0665 33 year old female with acute left lower quadrant pain Gastrointestinal Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2010
0666 29 year old male prisoner with progressive abdominal distention and pain Gastrointestinal Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2010
0667 55 year old male presenting with chronic frontal sinusitis Neuroradiology Jeanie Choi, M.D. 2010
0668 62 year old female with clinical hyperthyroidism Nuclear Usha Joseph, M.D. 2010
0669 52 year old African American female with severe back pain and jaundice Interventional Radiology Voon Liaw, M.D. 2010
0670 35 year old male with flushing, palpitations, and tachycardia Interventional Radiology Voon Liaw, M.D. 2010
0671 A 54 year old female with a suprapubic mass on palpation Musculoskeletal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0672 A 49 year old male with left upper leg pain and swelling Musculoskeletal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0673 55 year old Hispanic male with past medical history significant for diabetes, hypertension, and end-stage renal disease on compassionate dialysis presents with low grade fever and one month history left lower extremity pain/knee swelling. Of note, multiple lower extremity venous Doppler ultrasounds were negative for deep venous thrombosis Interventional Radiology Kenneth Bryant, M.D. 2010
0674 24 year old Hispanic male with prior history of recent urinary tract infection treated with a standard regimen of antibiotics presents with hematuria and mid-low back and scrotal pain GU Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2010
0675 81 year old woman with long standing history of hypertension with increasing difficulty controlling blood pressure with medications. Systolic pressures measure up to 180 mm of Hg. Vascular Radiology Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2010
0676 69 year old woman with rheumatoid arthritis on long term steroid therapy and recent thoracolumbar spinal fusion. Gastrointestinal Michael Redwine, M.D. 2010
0677 45 year old woman with history of kidney stones and gastritis. Now with abdominal distension, pain, nausea, and vomiting Gastrointestinal Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2010
0678 39 year old woman with cellulitis of lower anterior abdominal wall, CT to evaluate for underlying abscess Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2010
0679 A 67 year old hispanic male presented to his primary care physician complaining of dark urine for 6 weeks and 3 weeks of acholic stools with nausea and vomiting after fatty meals Gastrointestinal Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2010
0680 A 54 year old female presents to the emergency room with 3 day history of nausea, bilious vomiting, diarrhea, and severe abdominal pain Gastrointestinal Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2010
0681 32 year old female patient with two year history of bronchial asthma that presents with stridor and dyspnea Chest Sandra Oldham, M.D. 2010
0682 34 year old female patient that presents with chest pain radiating to jaw and arm Vascular Joseph Hasapes, M.D. 2010
0683 18-year-old male transferred from outside hospital. Patient reports daily headaches for about a year with occasional photophobia Neuroradiology Clark Sitton, M.D. 2010
0684 22-year-old HM with a significant past medical history of sinus disease s/p remote sinus drainage surgery. Presented to ER with 3 weeks of severe global headaches and new onset of blurry vision Neuroradiology Clark Sitton, M.D. 2010
0685 10 year old male with encopresis Pediatrics Emilio Supsupin, M.D., and
Susan Greenfield, D.O.
2010
0686 69 year old male with shortness of breath and abdominal distention Gastrointestinal Chitra Chandrasekhar, M.D. 2010
0687 50 year old female with flank pain GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0688 62-year-old male with vague abdominal pain and 40 pounds of unintentional weight loss over 2 months. Initial labs were unremarkable Gastrointestinal Chitra Chandrasekhar, M.D. 2010
0689 82 year old male with multiple medical problems including coronary artery disease status post bypass graft surgery decades ago, currently with no complaints Cardiac Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0690 28 year old female with no past medical history who presents with a 1 week history of right upper quadrant pain, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea Nuclear David Wan, M.D. 2010
0691 25 year old female with pelvic pain and irregular menstrual periods Ultrasound Chitra Chandrasekhar, M.D. 2010
0692 50 year-old female with chest pain Chest Radiology Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0693 Newborn female infant born at 37 6/7 weeks by C-section with APGAR scores of 9 and 9 at 1 minute and 5 minutes Pediatric Susan Greenfield, D.O. 2010
0694 67 year old male presents with a left subclavian bruit Ultrasound Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0695 4-day-old girl with poor feeding and coughing with feeds since birth Pediatric Michelle Leslie, D.O. 2010
0696 28-year-old gentleman with abdominal pain status post crush injury Gastrointestinal Verghese George, M.D. 2010
0697 21 year old male Hispanic patient. History is withheld Chest Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2010
0698 5 year old previously healthy white male with fever, increasing unsteady gait, nausea, vomiting and a tender palpable mass in the left occipital region of 1 day duration Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2009
0699 24 year old Hispanic male presents with a testicular mass and shortness of breath GU Chitra Chandrasekhar, M.D. 2010
0700 31 year old male with 4 day history of chest pain, left sided facial weakness and malaise Thoracic Cardiovascular Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0701 62 year old female presents with diffuse abdominal pain and significant weight loss over the past several months Body Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2010
0702 61 year old male with pyschiatric disease and history of alcohol dependence found down at his group home Body Verghese George, M.D. 2010
0703 27-year-old radiology resident with difficulty swallowing. Other history withheld Gastrointestinal Agnes Guthrie, M.D. 2010
0704 53-year-old man with dull lower abdominal pain and fever for a few weeks Gastrointestinal/GU Verghese George, M.D. 2010
0705 A 22-year-old man presents with a 3-month history of left testicular pain and swelling. He states that the testicular swelling has increased dramatically in the last 2 weeks GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0706 A 2-year-old girl presents with a 6-week history of painful, progressively enlarging bilateral neck masses. The patient also has intermittent fever, headache, and fatigue. The remaining history is withheld Neuroradiology Jeanie Choi, M.D. 2010
0707 61 year-old female with cough. After diagnostic imaging, the patient received treatment for fungal pneumonia while her cough worsened Thoracic Cardiovascular Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0708 42 year old female reported discovering a breast lump in February of 2009 which enlarged until August of 2009 when imaging was done Breast Wei Yang, M.D. 2010
0709 27 year old Hispanic female with history of jaundice and right upper quadrant abdominal pain. Choledocholelithiasis was treated with ERCP four years ago. The patient was lost to follow up. She presented on the date of examination with nausea and vomiting, but no right upper quadrant pain or jaundice Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0710 25 year old female G1P0 at 26.3 weeks gestation presents to outside facility with fever, malaise and mildly productive cough Thoracic Sandra Oldham, M.D. 2010
0711 41 year-old male with congestive heart failure (CHF) presents with increasing shortness of breath Thoracic Cardiovascular Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0712 22 year-old male with hemoptysis, abdominal pain, and testicular mass. B-HCG 833,000. Hb 8.5 Body Verghese George, M.D. 2010
0713 75 year old man develops acute altered mental status and left sided weakness Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2010
0714 22 year old male with recent diagnosis (1 month ago) of end-stage renal disease and heart failure with an EF of 15-20% presumed secondary to hypertension Gastorintestinal Joseph Hasapes, M.D. 2010
0715 17yo girl with worsening abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting for several weeks Gastrointestinal Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2010
0716 30yo woman with abdominal pain Gastrointestinal Michael Redwine, M.D. 2010
0717 57 year old white male with myositis and ten year history of chronic dyspnea Thoracic Chest Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0718 50 year old female with one year history of abdominal pain, difficulty with defecation, and unintentional weight loss of 40 lbs. GU Leonardo Marcal, M.D. 2010
0719 71 year old male with history of post-prandial chest pain and shortness of breath. He has lost 35-40 pounds over the last 4 years Thoracic Chest Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2010
0720 77 year old Caucasian woman with history of HTN, DM, and tobacco abuse (1 pack per day since age 20) presents with a non-tender, left-sided neck mass that has been slowly enlarging for 10 years Neuroradiology Maria Patino, M.D. 2010
0721 54 year old man presents for the evaluation of chronic abdominal pain Gastrointestinal Michael Redwine, M.D. 2010
0722 34 year old hispanic female with no significant past medical history presents with dull abdominal pain Gastrointestinal/GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0723 45 y/o male with h/o IGA nephropathy on chronic steroids presents with fevers, chills and dyspnea of 1 weeks duration. He is diagnosed with multi-focal MRSA and PCP pneumonia. [Additional history withheld.] Neuroradiology Jeanie Choi, M.D. 2010
0724 58 year old man with left shoulder pain Musculoskeletal Manickam Kumaravel, M.D. 2010
0725 60-year-old female who has been experiencing moderate to severe abdominal pain for the last 2 to 3 days and also experiencing intermittent back pain for the last 2 months Vascular Voon Liaw, M.D. 2010
0726 45-year-old woman that presented to the emergency department with brownish vaginal discharge for the past 2 months and crampy pelvic pain. On the speculum exam, there is a necrotic mass at the cervix with diameter of 6 cm. No active bleeding GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2010
0727 22 year old female with large B-cell lympoma presents for a staging PETCT scan Nuclear Medicine David Wan, M.D. 2011
0728 47 year old female with a metastatic tumor presents for a restaging PETCT scan Nuclear Medicine Beth Chasen, M.D. 2011
0729 29 year-old female who is 33 weeks pregnant presents for further evaluation of an abnormality seen on prior fetal ultrasound Cardiovascular Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0730 The patient is a 29 year-old female who was refused life insurance due to elevated liver function tests Cardiovascular Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0731 12 year old female with history of right renal agenesis. Patient is menstruating, however complains of abdominal swelling and pain. A pelvic mass was seen on an outside ultrasound and patient was sent for further evaluation to our institute GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0732 9 year old male with history of epilepsy Neuroradiology B.N. Patel, M.D. 2011
0733 74yo white female presented to an outside hospital with sudden onset bradycardia, dizziness, chest pain and SOB after a several week history of dry cough. She was transferred to MHH at the request of the family after developing altered mental status. Review of systems was negative for sick contacts or prior history of similar symptoms Thoracic Sandra Oldham, M.D. 2011
0734 Patient is a 64 year old male with history of osteoporosis and multiple prior vertebroplasties Thoracic Sandra Oldham, M.D. 2011
0735 A middle-age man presents to the Emergency Department stating, “I drank from the wrong cup at work yesterday.” Since that time, he has had dysphasia and odynophagia, but no shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. The patient also notes he is unable to cough out whenever is stuck in his throat. He is unaware of what foreign body may have been in this glass of water; however, he does work in a machine shop Thoracic Chest Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0736 40-year-old woman who complains of sudden onset of 10/10 chest pain and abdominal pain radiating to the back since three days prior to presentation. She reports associated shortness of breath and diaphoresis. No vomiting or no nausea is present. Pain is not associated with meals. She also reports a similar episode approximately 3 weeks ago where she was admitted to an outside hospital and subsequently admitted to the ICU. She is unsure of what diagnosis she had at that time. The patient had a pulmonary embolus in 2004. She also has a history of poorly-controlled hypertension. She states she can only buy medications when she can afford them Thoracic Chest Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2011
0737 55-year-old male with a left lower quadrant renal transplant, presenting with renal insufficiency GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0738 16-year-old male with a two-year history of emesis and weight loss, which has become progressively worse recently Gastrointestinal Christopher Cassady, M.D. 2011
0739 Patient is a 58 year old ambidextrous male physician (writes with L and operates with R) with a PMHx of HTN, DM, and familial HLD who presented with L sided weakness that began 2 days prior to admission. After 2 surgical cases, he felt weakness in both hands and was unable to write with his L hand. The next morning he awoke and the R hand felt better but the L was sluggish. On Saturday when he woke up the R hand was weaker and he had trouble with tasks like putting cream cheese on a bagel. He made an appointment for accuptucture and massage therapy since he thought it could be due to a pinched nerve or stress. During the massage/accuptuncture he began to have a slight tingling sensation on the L leg. When he got up from the table he felt weak and he had trouble standing. At this point he decided to come into MHHS. No LOC Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2011
0740 50 year-old man status post a motor vehicle collision Neuroradiology, MSK, ER Manikam Kumaravel, M.D. 2011
0741 33 year old female, past medical history unknown, social history and family history noncontributory, patient presents with seizure and left sided weakness, CT Head requested for further evaluation Neuroradiology Eliana Bonfante, M.D. 2011
0742 Patient is a 2 year old female referred for evaluation of a “hard palate” mass. Mass has been “slow growing” for past 6 months per parents. No known medical problems. Birth history and family history are noncontributory. ROS: significant for recent weight loss and poor feeding. Physical exam reveals poorly circumscribed mass involving hard palate with areas of ulceration. Patient also with palpable “firmness” in bilateral temporal and post-auricular areas. CBC significant for mild anemia with Hb=11.1; BMP within normal limits. CT scan of the neck and maxillofacial regions with multiplanar reformats requested Neuroradiology Eliana Bonfante, M.D. 2011
0743 5 year-old male with ALL who presented to the ER with severe headache Neuroradiology Jeannie Choi, M.D. 2011
0744 2 month old male with enlarging head size and hydrocephalus seen on ultrasound, currently with a shunt in place. The patient was born at 32 weeks and required resuscitation at birth Neuroradiology Jeannie Choi, M.D. 2011
0745 8-month-old male with irritability Pediatrics/Chest Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2011
0746 Neonate with cyanosis Cardiothoracic Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2011
0747 The patient is a middle aged female with Fatigue and Altered Mental Status Neuroradiology Mathew Debnam, M.D. 2011
0748 The patient is a middle aged gentleman with acute onset right facial pain Neuroradiology Mathew Debnam, M.D. 2011
0749 50 year old post-menopausal Hispanic female with prior history of palpitations, hypertension, anxiety, hypertension, and obesity GU David Wan, M.D. 2011
0750 70 year old white male with history of neuroendocrine carcinoma of unknown primary diagnosed by enlarged left sided neck lymph nodes in 1997. The patient was without evidence of disease following treatment with chemotherapy and external beam radiation to the left neck. The patient also has a remote history of a skin lesion on the right shoulder which was positive for melanoma. He was treated with surgical excision. The patient presents to the ER with a 2 week history of cough, low grade fever, fatigue, weight loss and an episode of mild hemoptysis GU Beth Chasen, M.D. 2011
0751 46 year old woman with prior history of right axillary lymph node removal at time of adjacent skin infection when she was 36. Pathology was benign. Now presents with density seen on screening mammography Breast Imaging Paul Davis, M.D. 2011
0752 38 year old man with trauma: Auto versus pedestrian Musculoskeletal Naga Chinapuvvula, M.D. 2011
0753 23 year old woman with progressive abdominal distension over several weeks GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0754 5 year old girl with unsteady gait Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2011
0755 A 53 year old male complains of intermittent episodes of extemity spasms unresponsive to antiepileptic drugs. He is admitted for seizure a workup to include noncontrast MRI and video EEG monitoring Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0756 15 year old male presents with a 1 year history of intermittent left knee pain which has progressed to the point where he has given up many of his previous activities including football. He has no history of trauma and there is no obvious mass or swelling on physical exam Musculoskeletal Ron Bilow, M.D. 2011
0757 36 year old male patient that presents with worsening right knee pain and remote history of trauma Musculoskeletal Citra Chandrasekhar, M.D. 2011
0758 62 year old female patient with history of abdominal distention and pain Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0759 39-year-old white women with diffuse metastatic breast cancer and posterior occipital bony deformity. MRI brain initially ordered for neurological deficit concerning for intracranial metastatic disease Neuroradiology Eliana Bonfante, M.D. 2011
0760 23-year-old male presents to the ENT clinic with chronic nasal congestion and extensive polyposis filling the entire nasal cavity on clinical examination. This is painless and associated with halitosis. There are no other symptoms such as epistaxis, hemoptysis, fever, odynophagia, weight loss, or night sweats Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2011
0761 49 year old diabetic male, no recent intervention. Additional history withheld Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D., and Anurada Rao, M.D. 2011
0762 16 month old male with enlarging, painless and compressible neck mass Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2011
0763 41-year-old, G4P3 female with abnormal fetal ultrasound Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2011
0764 28-year-old, G2P1A0 female at 21 weeks gestation presents to the emergency department with pelvic pain and vaginal bleeding OB Ultrasound Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2011
0765 20 year-old male with history of back pain, tingling and “heaviness” in his lower limbs, with worsening constipation for one week and trouble with urination this morning. Decreased sensation and hyperflexia in the lower limbs on exam Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D., and Manickam Kumaravel, M.D. 2011
0766 65 year old female with hypertension, hyperlipidema, and morbid obesity s/p lap banding a few years ago presents with 6 months of episodic, symptomatic hypoglycema, worse in the past two months Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D., and David Wan, M.D. 2011
0767 44 year old male with history of pancreatic cancer with intractable abdominal pain. A procedure was requested to alleviate the patient’s pain and was performed by Interventional radiology Interventional Kenneth Bryant, M.D. 2011
0768 51 year old female presenting for a routine screening mammogram. Previous mammogram (2 years before) was normal Mammography Laverne Ingram, M.D. 2011
0769 This patient is a 48 year-old female who presented to her primary care physician complaining of swelling of the left leg for 3 weeks which was progressively getting worse. She reported mild pain and had been applying Bengay without any relief. Her past medical history was negative for prior DVT, prolonged immobilization, malignancy or recent surgery. Physical examination revealed 2+ edema from the left midthigh to the toes associated with purpuric discoloration. The left thigh 6 cm larger in diameter than the right. All arterial pulses were 4+. A lower extremity ultrasound was obtained which showed no evidence of deep venous thrombosis. Subsequently, CT and MRI examinations were obtained Vascular Radiology Kenneth Bryant, M.D. 2011
0770 The patient is a 49 year-old Asian male with no significant past medical history who presented to the emergency department complaining of a 1 year history of left lower extremity numbness, weakness, and atrophy. He is currently unable to dorsiflex his left ankle. Within this past 6 months, he states that his right lower extremity has become weaker and has some numbness as well. He states that he loses his balance very easily, especially when walking on uneven terrain. Additionally, within the past month, he has been experiencing increased urinary frequency which has now progressed into urinary incontinence requiring the use of a diaper. His bowel movements have become increasingly infrequent and difficult. He denies any back pain or any history of trauma Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0771 26 year old female complaining of acute abdominal 1 day after a vaginal delivery of a healthy term infant. The patient has a history of a cesarean delivery 3 years ago secondary to failure to respond to induction, and a history of a prior successful vaginal delivery after prior cesarean 2 years ago. Her abdomen is acutely tender GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0772 63 year old male with a history of T3N0M0 laryngeal cancer, who finished chemoradiation therapy, 3 and a half years ago. He has not had any evidence of disease in the interim, has stable hoarseness, tolerates PO well, and has no signs or symptoms of aspiration. He presents for his regularly scheduled surveillance CT imaging. Physical exam of the oral cavity and throat are unremarkable in clinic visits both before and after CT examinations Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0773 12-year-old boy with intermittent substernal chest pain for nine years presents with chest pain, palpitations, and dyspnea Thoracic Cardiovascular Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0774 52-year-old lady with history of right-sided facial trauma five years ago presents with oral incompetence and intermittent right-sided facial pain in the setting of right facial scarring and induration Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0775 39y male presents with neck pain, but his most concerning symptom is severe muscle spasm of the neck and shoulders. No significant medical/surgical history is present Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0776 Multisystem imaging manifestations of a disease entity in three different patients (Patient 1 is a 46 year old female, patient 2 is a 66 year old male and patient 3 is 76 year old male) Multisystem Roy Kumar, M.D. 2011
0777 A 52-year-old male presents to the emergency room with chest pain and dysphagia. PMHx: Hypertension, Coronary artery disease, Umbilical hernia PSHx: Two-vessel CABG in 2000 SocHx: 60 pack-years of smoking, daily alcohol use. FHx: Noncontributory Physical Exam: Tachycardia, normal S1/S2, normotensive; clear lungs; afebrile; abdomen soft and nontender Thoracic, Cardiovascular Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2011
0778 80 year old Hispanic male with 2 day history of fever, epigastric and right upper quadrant pain which is exacerbated by eating. PMHx: Hypertension and diabetes PSHx: None SocHx: Negative FHx: Noncontributory Physical Ex: Afebrile, Tachycardic, Hypertensive, Abdomen is mildly tender to palpation in right upper quadrant. Elevated WBCs Gastrointestinal Dwain Redwine, M.D. 2011
0779 43 year old female with a history of Adult Polycystic Kidney Disease and a slow growing pelvic mass Interventional Radiology Kenneth Bryant, M.D. 2011
0780 60 year old with a history of a non-healing right lateral breast skin lesion and underlying mass. Patient had undergone extensive antibiotic treatment without resolution of the lesion Mammography Laverne Ingram, M.D. 2011
0781 Newborn transferred from community hospital for diminished breath sounds on right chest and chest x-ray abnormality. Normal vaginal delivery by healthy 19 year old female G1P1 at 40 weeks, 2 days. APGAR scores of 8 and 9. Weight: 3.6 kg (75-90 percentile) Length: 50 cm (50-75 percentile) Head circumference: 32.5 cm (10-25 percentile) Physical exam is unremarkable except for diminished breath sounds on the right side. Clear breath sounds on the left Pediatrics Susan Greenfield, D.O. 2011
0782 23 year old female, G2P2, presents to nurse practitioner for placement of intrauterine device. 2 deliveries. 1st pregnancy was term by caesarean section. 2nd premature by vaginal delivery. Single cervix on physical exam. Regular periods. Noted during evaluation of patient’s chart is the operative report from the patient’s first caesarean section dated 3/9/2009 “Upon inspection, there was noted to be a mullerian abnormality with two uterine cavities, Infant had been noted to be in the right cavity. Both cavities were cleared of all clots and debris. One cervix was noted.” HSG ordered for patient to evaluate GU Verghese George, M.D. 2011
0783 32-year-old woman with gross hematuria and right flank pain Gastrointestinal Andrew Tenn, M.D. 2011
0784 44-year-old African-American man with abdominal pain Gastrointestinal/MSK Latifa Gharbaoui, M.D. 2011
0785 A 45-year-old woman with a history of right-sided nephrolithiasis and obstructive urolithiasis requiring right nephrostomy tube placement presents with a 2-day history of swelling and burning pain (8/10 severity) at the site of her nephrostomy scar. She reports that the symptoms developed overnight and have not progressed. The pain is worsened by movement and palpation. The patient denies fever, chills, dysuria, and hematuria. She also reports a 6-month history of vague right flank pain preceding the present acute episode. Physical exam reveals exquisite tenderness in the right flank with a nodule in the subcutaneous tissue at the site of the nephrostomy scar. The skin around the scar is weeping. Urinalysis reveals 3+ white blood cells and 3+ Escherichia coli. The patient undergoes a contrast-enhanced CT of the abdomen and pelvis GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0786 A 27-year-old female patient presents with unremitting dyspnea and left-sided chest pain for the past 2 weeks. Her symptoms are aggravated by physical activity. The patient further complains of fatigue and cough for the past 2 months and has lost approximately 50 pounds over the past 12 months. She was treated with isoniazid for 9 months last year for a positive tuberculin skin test GU Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0787 A 33 year old female presented for routine mammographic screening. She had previously undergone bilateral breast augmentation mammoplasty with no complications. She had no complaints at the time of presentation Mammography Laverne Ingram, M.D. 2011
0788 A 32 year old female with history of congenital complete heart block presented to the emergency department with atypical chest pain. The pain was non-pleuritic and did not vary with positioning. It was described as sharp and localized to the left lateral chest wall. She denied cough, fever or sputum production. On physical examination, her chest wall was tender to palpation in the identified area. Lungs were clear to auscultation. No unusual heart sounds were detected. Her last presentation for medical care was 2 years ago for a similar complaint. Per patient report, there has been no interface with the healthcare system during the interim Thoracic Radiology Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2011
0789 25-year-old female with neck and lower back pain Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0790 31-year-old female with right lower quadrant abdominal pain and leukocytosis (WBC 14.9) GU Naga Chinapuvvula, M.D. 2011
0791 38 year old male with history of cerebral palsy with profound mental retardation presents with abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and failure to thrive. Limited history provided by father which includes prior abdominal and ankle surgeries performed in infancy. No significant family or social history Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2011
0792 Mr. M is a 22-year-old male with history of AML status post allogenic matched unrelated donor transplant using standard of care BEAM/Rituxan. The patient presented to the emergency room (70 days post transplant) with complaints of nausea, vomiting, and right upper quadrant pain Gastrointestinal Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2011
0793 25 year old man presents to ER with RLQ/scrotal pain GU Paige Green, M.D. 2011
0794 41 year old man presents to ER with chest pain and shortness of breath Thoracic/Cardiovascular Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2011
0795 40 year-old male presenting with hematuria Vascular Radiology Alan Cohen, M.D. 2011
0796 60 year-old male with elevated liver enzymes Vascular Radiology Alan Cohen, M.D. 2011
0797 27 year old male with 3 year history of intermittent headaches presenting to the emergency room with 3 day history of increasingly severe headaches and blurry vision Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0798 9 year old male with one month history of weight loss presenting to the emergency room with 3 day history of right sided proptosis Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0799 9 year old male with one month history of weight loss presenting to the emergency room with 3 day history of right sided proptosis GU Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0800 35 year old female with facial asymmetry Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2011
0801 50 year-old Hispanic male complains of increasing headaches and lower extremity weakness Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0802 31 year-old Hispanic woman presents with new onset, large volume hematuria. She is 24 weeks pregnant GU/Vascular Kenneth Bryant, M.D. 2011
0803 65 year old Hispanic female presents for a diagnostic mammogram Breast/Gastrointestinal Laverne Ingram, M.D. 2011
0804 82 year old African American man with epigastric/upper abdominal pain and type II diabetes Gastrointestinal Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2011
0805 49-year-old Vietnamese woman presented to the hospital with a 4 week history of worsening productive cough and chest pain. PMH: GERD, Anemia. PSH: Noncontributory. FH: Noncontributory The patient has failed a course of antibiotics and has become very fatigued. [Additional history withheld] Thoracic Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2011
0806 A 37 year old otherwise healthy male presents to the ER with a 1 month history of nonspecific epigastric pain radiating to the back. The pain has acutely worsened over the past 3 days. No fevers or chills Musculoskeletal Naga Chinapuvvula, M.D. 2011
0807 20 year old male with a three month history of back pain relieved by Aleve but the pain has progressively worsened. He went to his primary care physician where a right lower quadrant mass was palpated. An abdominal ultrasound was performed which showed two large retroperitoneal masses. He presented about a week later to Memorial Herman Hospital because of worsening abdominal pain and syncope Gastrointestinal Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2011
0808 65 year old female presents to the emergency room with right lower quadrant pain Gastrointestinal Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2011
0809 9 year old with presents after having suffered left sided paresis and rightward eye deviation followed by progressive decline in level of consciousness and seizure that began at 11 am while in school. EMS was called by school RN and patient was brought to MHH ED. Significant past medical history includes history of symptoms associated with increased intracranial pressure evaluated at OSH that was assumed to be hydrocephalus/pseudotumor cerebri of unclear etiology and treated with Diamox Neuroradiology Clark Sitton, M.D. 2011
0810 17 day old transferred from outside facility with high output heart failure, elevated BNP and history of liver lesion discovered on prenatal ultrasound Pediatric Abhay Srinivasan, M.D. 2011
0811 34 year-old man with hand pain after a motorcycle crash Musculoskeletal Amanda Jarolimek, M.D. 2011
0812 61 year-old man with increasing pain after stepping on a nail 21 days ago Musculoskeletal Clark West, M.D. 2011
0813 33 year old male complaining of neck pain following motor vehicle accident Musculoskeletal Naga Chinapuvvula, M.D. 2011
0814 14 year old male complaining of right ankle pain following fall Musculoskeletal Nicholas Beckman, M.D. 2011
0815   Body Imaging/Gastrointestinal Scott Serlin, M.D. 2011
0816 42 year old male pedestrian struck by vehicle. No significant past medical history Trauma/Body Naga Chinapuvvula, M.D. 2011
0817 55 year old man with history of recurrent urinary tract infection, right flank pain and microscopic hematuria referred for intravenous pyelogram. Patient has a prior CT abdomen/pelvis GU Agnes Guthrie, M.D. 2011
0818 37 year old woman with history of chronic, recurrent epigastric pain Gastrointestinal Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2011
0819 Premature male born at 33 weeks with respiratory distress Pediatric Susan Greenfield, M.D. 2011
0820 43 year old female with past medical history only significant for diabetes who presents to the emergency department with abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. Patient is found on laboratory review to have a leukocytosis Body Imaging/Gastrointestinal Amanda Jarolimek, M.D. 2011
0821 A 75 year old Hispanic female presents with vague abdominal pain and recently presented with gross hematuria related to a urinary tract infection. The patient’s history is also notable for a 40 pound unintentional weight loss over the past 3 years. She denies fever, chills, nausea or vomiting. A CT of the abdomen and pelvis was ordered GU Silvana Faria, M.D. 2011
0822 A 53 year old homeless African American male with a history of Hepatitis C, alcohol abuse, schizophrenia and gastric ulcers presents with a 1–2 week history of vomiting and a 2 day history of sharp, unrelenting, severe (8/10) mid-epigastric pain associated inability to eat or drink. He specifically noticed the pain after several episodes of vomiting. The patient also complained of an intermittent cough over the past few weeks. Focused physical exam by the Radiology resident revealed a combative patient with a rigid abdomen. An initial routine chest radiograph was ordered Gastrointestinal Clark West, M.D. 2011
0823 44 year old woman with history of ESRD from APKD presents with abdominal pain and a 3 year history of a vaginal mass GU Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2011
0824 38 year old female with dyspnea after cholecystectomy undergoes a Chest CT PE Protocol and an incidental intra-abdominal finding is found and further evaluated on the following images Gastrointestinal Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2011
0825 52 year old female with a history of bilateral spontaneous pneumothoraces. Family history significant for renal cell carcinoma. Physical exam significant for facial fibrofolliculomas Body Imaging/Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0826 Newborn child. Further history temporarily withheld Pediatric Abhay Srinivasan, M.D. 2011
0827 A 58 year old female presents with weight loss and fatigue. She reports abdominal fullness and distention and she has noticed increased abdominal girth. On physical exam, she has abdominal tenderness to deep palpation in the right upper quadrant and in the mid to lower central abdomen Gastrointestinal Vikram and Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0828 The patient is a 40 year old female who reports that she was at home in her kitchen when her left leg twisted and she fell to the ground. The patient also reports lower back pain that radiates to her left leg Musculoskeletal Stanford Goldman, M.D. 2011
0829 33 year old G3P0-0-2-0 female at 6 weeks by last menstrual period presents for routine prenatal follow up. She denies vaginal bleeding, but does report brown vaginal discharge for 2 weeks while using progesterone gel prescribed by her physician. She denies cramping, and contractions Ultrasound Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0830 59 year-old Hispanic female 8 months status post cadaveric kidney transplant in the left abdomen and currently on chemotherapy for breast cancer presents with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and found to have an acute rise creatinine from 1.8 to 7.8 over the past 5 days Renal Larry Kramer, M.D. 2011
0831 30-year-old African-American male with no significant past medical history presented with seizures for 2 hours, found with left MCA stroke. Echocardiogram showed severe cardiomyopathy with ejection fraction 15% and 2 thrombi in the apex of the heart. GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2012
0832 40 year old AAM presents for sudden onset SOB and Chest pain for 3-4 days, chronic cough for one month duration. Undeclared Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2012
0833 3 year old M, palpable abdominal mass. Pediatrics Susan Greenfield, D.O. 2011
0834 3 year old with encephalopathy. Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D.  
0835 Pregnant woman initially presented with elevated bhCG and abnormal ultrasound at an outside facility. She now presents for follow up at 31 weeks. Undeclared Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2011
0836 Routine head ultrasounds were performed on 2 different 1 month old formerly premature infants. Both infants are asymptomatic and have already had 2 normal head ultrasounds at 1 and 2 weeks of age. Undeclared Abhay Srinivasan M.D. 2012
0837 36-year-old male with a past medical history of a motor vehicle collision 5 years ago. The patient presents with increasing chest pain and shortness of breath over the past several years which has become more noticeable in the last few months. Chest Radiology Girish Shroff, M.D. 2012
0838 15 year old male status post motor vehicle collision with leg pain. A left femur, tibia/fibula and ankle series were obtained for initial evaluation of leg pain status post trauma. Muskuloskeletal Larry Kramer, M.D. 2012
0839 8 year old with proximal muscle weakness, heliotrope rash on eyelids and orbital puffiness. Muskuloskeletal Larry Kramer, M.D. 2011
0840 31 year old post-partum female with elevated LFTs and right upper quadrant pain. Muskuloskeletal Larry Kramer, M.D. 2011
0841 25 year old African American female with history of chronic cough and occasional hemoptysis over the past year with increasing hemoptysis over the past few days. Pulmonary Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2011
0842 15 year old male with history of congenital heart disease presenting with several weeks of malaise, low grade fevers, weight loss, and most recently chest pain. Cardiovascular Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2011
0843 11 year-old female with no significant PMH; Waxing and waning lower abdominal pain x 1 week, Constipation x 2 days, Increasingly difficult to void; Pain is 8/10, “someone pressing on me”; Went to pediatrician 1 week ago and was diagnosed with a presumed urinary tract infection; A pelvic ultrasound was requested. GU/Pediatrics Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2012
0844 This is a 30 year-old pregnant female who was referred to our hospital for an abnormal fetal ultrasound. The ordering physician has asked for a fetal MRI to evaluate a &ldqcongenital facial anomaly.” Neuroradiology Larry Kramer, M.D. 2012
0845 53 year old male with fever of unknown origin and leukocytosis. Genitourinary Michele Lesslie, D.O. 2011
0846 A routine fetal ultrasound demonstrated a lung malformation. A follow-up fetal ultrasound and MRI was requested for further evaluation, which was performed at 23 weeks of gestation. Fetal Imaging Amy Mehollin-Ray, M.D. 2012
0847 31 year old female at 19 weeks gestation with complaints of spotting is referred for ultrasound workup including fetal anatomic survey. Ultrasound Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2012
0848 Term 15 day old female with left lower leg deformity. Pediatric Susan Greenfield, D.O. 2012
0849 46 year-old female complaining of large, painfully tense right thigh mass. Musculoskeletal Chitra Chandrasekhar, M.D. 2012
0850 49 year-old female presenting with approximate 8 year history of abdominal discomfort and diarrhea and prior clinical diagnosis of Crohn disease. Gastrointestinal Chitra Chandrasekhar, M.D. 2012
0851 25-year-old gentleman with nasal congestion and history of asthma. Neuroradiology Elliott Friedman, M.D. 2012
0852 22-year-old lady with longstanding history of brownish vaginal discharge presents to the emergency department with acute pelvic pain and fever. Genitourinary Verghese George, M.D. 2012
0853 65 yo AAF with history of alcohol abuse who presents with 3-4 week history of generalized weakness, chills, and decreased PO intake. In the ER, patient was found to have severe sepsis and acute renal failure. Body Michael Redwine, M.D.  
0854 A 16-year-old female who presented to the hospital secondary to shortness of breath and was found to have a positive UPT with beta hCG of 12,329. Body Michael Redwine, M.D.  
0855 Incidental finding on chest 2 views in a 42 year old female who underwent imaging for abdominal pain Thoracic Radiology Sonia L Betancourt, M.D. 2011
0856 60 year old with abdominal pain. Remaining history is withheld. Nuclear Medicine Michele Lesslie, D.O. 2011
0857 64 year old female presents to her primary care physician with pelvic and left flank pain. Vascular Radiology, Ultrasound Michael Redwine, M.D. 2012
0858 19 year old male presents to the ED with “unbearable left hip pain.” Musculoskeletal Manickam Kumaravel, M.D. 2012
0859 Middle aged patient with cough, lethargy and tachypnea. Genitourinary Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2012
0860 Middle age male with a history of hand trauma. Musculoskeletal Amanda Jarolimek, M.D. 2012
0861 Sixteen month old male with recent diagnosis of developmental delay (failure to meet developmental milestones after twelve months) presents with 4–5 month history of episodic tremors. Episodes typically occur after waking from sleep, involve shaking both arms and legs, and last 30–60 seconds. No loss of consciousness but there is a post-episode “glazed over” period lasting 5–10 minutes. No bowel or bladder incontinence, no eye rolling, and no tongue biting. Episodes occur 4–5 times a week. Neuroradiology Eliana Bonfante, M.D. 2012
0862 70-year-old female with small cell lung cancer one year ago, status post chemotherapy and radiation therapy, in remission. Neuroradiology Clark Sitton, M.D. 2012
0863 60 year old woman with progressive dysphagia for solids over one year. Chest Girish Shroff, M.D. 2012
0864 27 year old woman with history of hepatocellular carcinoma secondary to congenital HCV infection presents with severe right upper quadrant pain after two separate transarterial chemoembolization procedures, the first 6 months prior to presentation and the second 3 days prior to presentation. Gastrointestinal Nicholas M Beckmann, M.D. 2012
0865 A 39-year-old Hispanic woman presents with left facial pain and swelling. She has a longstanding history of allergic rhinitis, which has worsened recently. Pain and edema have developed adjacent to the left posterior maxilla and progressed inferiorly to the submandibular region. She denies tooth pain or recent extractions. She has been treated three times in the last six weeks leading up to presentation with antibiotics (clindamycin/Augmentin) and has been told she has “reactive” lymph nodes and a “jaw lesion.” The left facial swelling has progressed despite antibiotic therapy. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0866 A 40-year-old man with mild mental retardation and a history of seizures since the age of 9 years, presents to the emergency department with 2 weeks of progressive headache, blurred vision, ataxia, and episodes of upper extremity rigidity. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0867 60 year-old male status post multiple motor vehicle collisions with multiple orthopedic injuries with mental status change after ORIF. Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2012
0868 8 year-old male with no past medical history presents with progressive headache and left sided weakness. Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2012
0869 4 year old male with enlarging, painless, palpable left thigh mass. Musculoskeletal Rajendra Kumar, M.D. 2012
0870 71 year old female presenting with the sudden onset of left sided abdominal pain. Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2012
0871 29 year old female with one year history of back. Neuroradiology/Spine Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0872 33 year old male with back pain and hypertension. Genitourinary Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0873 52 year old white male with 2 month history of progressive left lateral occipital pain and progressive intermittent diplopia. Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2012
0874 22 year old female with 4 day history of blurry vision. Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2012
0875 65 year-old male presents with weakness and anemia. Gastrointestinal Chitra Chandrasekhar, M.D. 2012
0876 59 year old female involved in a high speed motor vehicle collision. Thoracic Chest/Gastrointestinal Bradley B. Birt, M.D. 2012
0877 7 week old African American male with unremarkable past medical history brought to the ER by his parents for irritability, fussiness during diaper changes and apparent tenderness of the left lower extremity. Pediatric Susan Greenfield, D.O. 2012
0878 29 year old African American man presents with confusion and memory loss for approximately one month. On physical exam, he is afebrile, oriented to person only, a maculopapular rash covers a portion of his torso, and he has a nonfocal neurological exam. Labs reveal he is HIV+, previously unknown, and his CD4 = 4. CSF shows slightly increased WBC and Protein. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0879 70 year old male with history of poliomyelitis transferred from an outside hospital with splenomegaly and concern for spontaneous splenic hemorrhage. The patient is anemic (5.0 Hgb) but asymptomatic and has leukocytosis. Body/Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2012
0880 64 y/o male status post a fall. The patient received a non-contrast head CT at an outside institution and presents to the EC a day later with continued headaches. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0881 An eleven year old caucasian male presented to an outside facility with a history of facial pain and swelling. A single panorex was followed by a maxillofacial CT with 3D reconstruction. He was subsequently transferred to MHH for definitive management. Pediatric Lawrence H. Robinson, M.D. 2012
0882 55 year old white male presents to the emergency department with chest pain and worsening headaches. He has a history of Type II diabetes, obstructive sleep apnea, G6PD deficiency and hypertension. He underwent workup for headaches 3 years prior to admission without results or follow up. His sister died of a “brain tumor” several years prior. There are no focal neurological deficits, specifically no visual disturbance, balance or coordination deficits or areas of muscle weakness. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0883 54 yr old man with progressive decreasing vision in his right eye. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0884 CT chest performed on different dates. Contrast injected in right upper extremity IV and then left upper extremity IV. Vascular Voon P. Liaw, M.D. 2012
0885 68 year old man with a history of chronic obstructive lung disease who presented with declining functional capacity in 2008. Cardiac enzymes are negative. Cardiothoracic Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2012
0886 40 year old female with a history of anterior colporrhaphy, transoburator tape placement in 2007 for cystocele and stress incontinence. In 2010, she presents with a palpable vaginal mass with associated pressure and pain. Genitourinary George Verghese, M.D. 2012
0887 1 month-old with tachypnea and wheezing. Chest Radiology Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2012
0888 49yo radiation safety worker with PMH of gout and low back pain. MSK radiology Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2012
0889   28 year-old woman with shortness of breath. Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2012
0890     Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0891 24 year old female, presenting with infertility. Genitourinary Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0892 23 year old female presenting with recurrent pneumonia and hemoptysis. Chest Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0893 64 year old female presents for first screening mammogram. Breast Imaging LaVerne Ingram, M.D. 2012
0894 23 year old female with 6.5 cm adnexal cyst seen on outside study. Body Imaging Joseph P. Hasapes, M.D. 2012
0895 30 yo female with history of mental retardation and new onset right sided weakness and difficulty speaking. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0896 Female presenting for routine mammogram. Mammography Laverne Ingram, M.D. 2012
0897 54 year old female with pain undergoing mammography. Additional history withheld. Mammography Laverne Ingram, M.D. 2012
0898 74 year old female with a history of non-Hodgkins lymphoma undergoing restaging. Nuclear Medicine Isis Gayed, M.D. 2012
0899 A 55 year old female presents with chest pain and shortness of breath. A right lung mass was discovered on initial chest radiograph. Thoracic Chest Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0900 A 58 year old male with a history of hypertension, diabetes, chronic hepatitis C, remote history of smoking and alcohol use presented to the clinic for a routine liver protocol CT. Thoracic Chest Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2012
0901 19 year old male with left flank stab wound. Body Imaging Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0902 59 year old male with chronic left upper quadrant pain. Body Imaging Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0903 3-year-old male with cough. Chest Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2012
0904 8-year-old male with shortness of breath. Chest Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0905 63 year old female with no significant past medical history presents to the emergency room with left lower extremity pain and weakness radiating distally for 3 weeks. Over this time, the patient reports occasional neuropathic pains and shooting pains to the suprapubic and pelvic region. There were also urinary complaints with a frequent urge to void, having to strain forcefully to void and intermittent stream with dysuria. Additionally, the patient has had an unintentional weight loss of 10 pounds over the prior 2 months with increased lethargy. Body Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2012
0906 7 month old male with no significant past medical history presents to the emergency room for a hard bump on his left neck. Per the mother, she first noticed the left side of his neck getting puffy 3 weeks prior. She denies fevers or redness in the area. The patient and his mother were in Mexico at the time and she took him to see the doctor. The patient was started on antibiotics, however the mother reports that 4 days into the antibiotic treatment the area got bigger and became hard. The boy still had no fever and was not bothered by the mass on his neck. She continued the antibiotics for 8 days without improvement and continued worsening of the neck mass. Per the mother, the patient has not had any change in appetite or in behavior. Pediatrics Abhay Srinivasan, M.D. 2012
0907 A 15 y.o. male with past medical history of H. Pylori gastritis status post quadruple therapy and iron deficiency anemia presents with a 2 day history of severe abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. The vomitus is non-bloody. The patient also complains of low energy levels/fatigue for the same amount of time. Pediatrics Abhay Srinivasan, M.D. 2012
0908 39 y.o. female with no past medical history presents to a clinic with a 5 day history of left sided back and flank pain. She woke up with severe pain and was unable to catch her breath. A 2 view chest radiograph is ordered in the clinic. Gastrointestinal Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0909 21 month old male with shortness of breath. Pediatrics, Chest Abhay Srinivasan, M.D. 2012
0910 14 year old male presented with fever and altered mental status. Pediatrics, Chest Susan Greenfield, D.O. 2012
0911 20 year old female with symptomatic anemia and rectal mass. Gastrointestinal Michael Redwine, M.D. 2012
0912 55 year old female with hematuria and dysuria. Gastrointestinal Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0913 A 29 yo G4P1203 at 3w6d by LMP presents to the ER with chief complaint light vaginal bleeding and crampy abdominal pain for one day. Genitourinary Varaha S. Tammisetti, M.D. 2012
0914 55 year old male with relapsed multiple myeloma, refractory IgA type complicated by plasma cell leukemia and hyperviscosity syndrome admitted for chemotherapy. Hospital stay complicated by development of neutropenic fever. Gastrointestinal Varaha S. Tammisetti, M.D. 2012
0915 52 year-old F, non-helmeted passenger in motorcycle collision, struck by truck from the side with +LOC, GC3 on scene and was intubated in the field. Trauma O. Clark West, M.D. 2012
0916 21 y/o African American male with 1 month history of progressive proptosis. Neuroradiology Clark Sitton, M.D. 2012
0917 39 year old male with chronic recurrent lower abdominal/perineal pain. Genitourinary Latifa Gharbaoui, M.D. 2012
0918 65 year old African American female with epigastric abdominal pain and elevated billirubin. The patient was evaluated at the outside hospital EC and had biliary stent placed prior to presentation at our institution. Gastrointestinal Joel Dunnington, M.D. 2012
0919 46 year old female with history of breast cancer status post left radical mastectomy presents for routine preoperative planning for a deep inferior epigastric perforator flap reconstruction. Thoracic, Cardiovascular Venketeswar Surabhi, M.D. 2012
0920 63 year old Hispanic female with history of cirrhosis secondary to NASH status post OLT in 2008 presents with nausea, vomiting, and weight loss. Gastrointestinal Venketeswar Surabhi, M.D. 2012
0921 81 year old female status-post assault with head injury found unresponsive. Physical exam reveals a wrist deformity that is worked up radiographically. Musculoskeletal Manickam Kumaravel, M.D. 2012
0922 67 year old asymptomatic male who had a CT abdomen and pelvis for work-up of non-related disease elsewhere. Gastrointestinal Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0923 58 y/o G0PO postmenopausal patient with a PMH of fibroid uterus presents with 5 weeks of increasing abdominal girth. Patient states she now has vaginal bleeding and severe abdominal pain. Genitourinary Joseph Hasapes, M.D. 2012
0924 56 y/o female presents with chest pain. No prior imaging available. Thoracic Chest Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2012
0925 Patient DJ is a 48 year-old-female with left hip pain and vaginal discharge for approximately 3 months. Genitourinary Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0926 GG is a 50 year-old male with facial and arm swelling, chest pain, and headache. Chest Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2012
0927 62 year-old female with prior history of obstructive sleep apnea and childhood asthma who presents with a 5 year history of dry cough. Thoracic Chest Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2012
0928 36 y.o Hispanic male presents to clinic with complaints of left knee pain after twisting his leg playing soccer. Musculoskeletal Susanna Spence, M.D. 2012
0929 A 54 year old women was in her usual state of health when she developed right lower quadrant pain that radiated to her flank. She reported to the local EC where a CT of the abdomen revealed nephrolithiasis as well as the following. Pancreatic Neoplasms Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0930 A 26 year old women was in her usual state of health when she developed acute abdominal pain. She reported to the EC where she was found to have a transaminitis. A CT of the abdomen revealed the following. Pancreatic Neoplasms Michael Redwine, M.D. 2012
0931 36 yo female with a positive pregnancy test presents with abdominal pain. EGA by LMP is 6 weeks and 5 days. Beta-hCG is 7,944. Ultrasound Eduardo J. Matta, M.D. 2012
0932 A 23 year old pregnant female presents for further imaging after an abnormal finding on prenatal ultrasound. Fetal Imaging Larry A. Kramer, M.D. 2012
0933 58 year old male with history of chronic kidney disease presents with elevated LFTs. An abdominal ultrasound is ordered. Genitourinary Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2012
0934 71 year old male with history of metastatic colorectal carcinoma presents with chemotherapy induced emesis and dehydration. Thoracic Cardiovascular Varaha Tammisetti, M.D. 2012
0935 46 year old male presents with fever and chest pain. Thoracic Cardiovascular Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2012
0936 32 year old female with abnormal fetal ultrasound. Thoracic Chest   2013
0937 Middle aged male with a history of headache. Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2013
0938 Elderly male with a history of prostate cancer. Nuclear Medicine Usha Joseph, M.D. 2013
0939 Nurse calls about a 54 year-old male with “heart surgery a few days ago” and “chest pain”. There is no other history available. Chest Imaging Emma Ferguson, M.D. 2013
0940 38 year old female on a cross country flight over Houston experiences sudden stroke-like symptoms on the left side of her body. The plane is landed and she is taken to the Emergency Department. Chest Imaging Girish Shroff, M.D. 2013
0941 6-year-old female with right knee pain, swelling and a limp. Pediatrics/MSK Larry Robinson, M.D. 2013
0942 8-day-old with congenital brain tumor. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2013
0943 The patient is a 7-year-old Hispanic girl who presents with generalized weakness. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2013
0944 The patient is a 7-month-old male infant with no significant past medical history presenting to the ER for a hard bump on the left neck. Neuroradiology, Pediatrics Scott Serlin, M.D. 2013
0945 22 year-old pregnant female with fetal sacral mass seen on outside ultrasound, for further evaluation. Body Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0946 10 month-old male with lower extremity deformity. Pediatrics Suresh Cheekatla, M.D. 2013
0947 17 year old male presenting to the ER with neck pain. Interventional radiology Alan Cohen, M.D. 2012
0948 50-year-old male in prison with history of hepatitis C found unconscious and nonresponsive. Neuroradiology Eliana Bonfante, M.D. 2012
0949 4 yo girl with acute multifocal neurologic changes. She recently had a viral upper respiratory infection 2 wks ago. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2012
0950 12 yo boy with systolic murmur. Chest, Cardiac Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0951 36 year-old female presenting with massive (800 cc) hemoptysis requiring 4 units of pRBCs. Vascular and Interventional Radiology Jonathan Liaw, M.D. 2013
0952 8 week old male with hydrocephalus. Neuroradiology Eliana Bonfante-Mejia, M.D. 2013
0953 4 month old male with cleft lip and incidental finding on brain imaging. Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2013
0954 8 year old Hispanic male with history of intractable seizures. Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2013
0955 60 year old male with acute upper GI bleeding. The patient failed endoscopic management. Vascular Radiology Voon Liaw, M.D. 2013
0956 12 day old Hispanic female presented to LBJ ER with tachycardia, hypotension, hypotonia, and suspected sepsis. Neuroradiology Emilio Supsupin, M.D. 2013
0957 45 year-old man with right knee pain. Musculoskeletal Nicholas M. Beckmann, M.D. 2013
0958 19 year-old female, 22 weeks pregnant, with abnormal fetal ultrasound. Referred for fetal MRI. Thoracic Chest Larry Kramer, M.D. 2013
0959 17 y/o male struck on right side of head with baseball bat. Clear fluid is noted dripping from the right ear. Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2013
0960 31 y/o male status post MVC with left forearm fractures requiring extensive orthopedic surgery. Neuroradiology Leo Hochhauser, M.D. 2013
0965 22-month-old girl with fatigue and enlarging abdominal girth for the last couple of weeks. Pediatric Radiology Lawrence Robinson, M.D. 2013
0966 23-month-old female with a past medical history of opthalmic migranes, hypothyroidism, chronic oral contraceptive use and epistaxis who presents with headache and dizziness. Emergency Radiology Amanda Jarolimek, M.D. 2013
0967 50 yo male with past medical history of seizures and bipolar disorder found unresponsive. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2013
0969 57 year-old woman presents with a right neck mass. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2013
0970 23 year-old man presents with hemodynamic instability following trauma. CT was performed after exploratory laparotomy. Neuroradiology O. Clark West, M.D. 2013
0971 18 year-old man complaining of recurring headaches over last year, swelling on forehead, worse in last week. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2013
0972 6 month-old boy complaining of right lower extremity swelling, symptomatic for 1 month. Muskoloskeletal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0973 20 year-old female with rectal pain and bleeding. Mother died of colon cancer at age 36. Body Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0974 Genitourinary Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0975 48 year-old male with abdominal pain and vomiting. GI Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0976 21 year-old female with abdominal pain. GI Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0977 2 month-old female with red-blue discoloration over the posterior fontanelle. Pediatrics Lawrence Robinson, M.D. 2013
0978 64 year-old female with salivary adenocarcinoma of the left parotid status post surgical excision, presenting for routine follow up examination. Beth Chasen, M.D. 2013
0979 A 48 year-old Hispanic male with history of right nephrectomy presented to the emergency department with 4 day history of progressive LLQ. The patient denied fever, urinary symptoms, back pain and nausea/vomiting. His last bowel movement was a day prior to admission. Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0980 A 62 year-old female with no known past medical history presents with a progressive headache, altered mental status. The patient also demonstrated parkinsonian-like movements. Neuroradiology Scott Serlin, M.D. 2013
0981 35 year-old woman with new firm right breast mass. Breast Imaging Laverne Ingram, M.D. 2013
0982 52 year-old woman presents with shortness of breath and abdominal pain. A CTA PE protocol followed by an abdominal CT were obtained. Body Imaging Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0983 3 year-old male with heart murmur found on routine visit to PCP. Chest Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2013
0984 52 year-old woman presents with shortness of breath and abdominal pain. A CTA PE protocol followed by an abdominal CT were obtained. Chest Scott Serlin, M.D. 2013
0985 36 year-old Asian female with past medical history significant for Hepatitis B presents with epigastric abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. Patient reports temperature of 100F at home. At the time of presentation, the patient had mildly elevated bilirubin and alkaline phosphatase. Gastrointestinal Paige Green, M.D. 2013
0986 One day old term male infant with abdominal distention. Pediatrics Susan Greenfield, M.D. 2013
0987 16 year-old boy is transferred from outside hospital with gunshot wound to left buttocks. Genitourinary Sean Johnston, M.D. 2013
0988 33 year-old, 5-month pregnant patient presents to the ER with abdominal fullness and pain for 1 week. The patient also has a history of MVC with poly trauma 5 weeks prior. Genitourinary Ramesh Chinapuvvula, M.D. 2013
0989 5 y/o with headache and ataxia Breast Scott Serlin, M.D. 2014
0990 55 y/o female with hard and painful left breast for the last one year. She lost her husband and health insurance a year ago. Breast Kiran Chang, M.D. 2014
0991 59-year-old man presenting with vague right-sided neck and jaw discomfort. Neuro/MSK Scott Serlin, M.D. 2014
0992 52-year-old female with history of nasopharyngeal carcinoma treated with chemotherapy and radiotherapy 13 years prior with bouts of severe sinusitis since completion of treatment and headache. Neuro Scott Serlin, M.D. 2014
0993 54 year-old man presents to the ER after a tractor accident. Trauma Sean Johnston, M.D. 2014
0994 49 year-old woman with a history of breast cancer and lymphoma. Presenting history withheld. Cardiac David Ocazionez, M.D. 2014
0995 43 year old male with back-pain following fall from standing. Musculoskeletal Nickolas Beckmann, M.D. 2014
0996 44 year old male presents with abdominal pain and elevated liver function tests. Gastrointestinal Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2014
0997 59 year old female with gastric cancer who recently completed radiation therapy presents for follow up CT. Body Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2014
0998 Erase this and enter case history here in this font. Neuro Scott Serlin, M.D. 2014
0999 28 year old male with a history of thoracic outlet syndrome on the left, status post resection of the left first rib, presents with new onset shortness of breath. CT PE protocol was obtained. Vascular Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2014
1000 21 year old male with a gunshot wound to the groin at a family reunion. GU Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2014
1001 16 year old male with right thigh metastatic sarcoma, status post multiple therapies, evaluated response to treatment. Nuclear Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2014
1002 54 year old male with history of hypertension and cocaine abuse presented with syncopal episode and hypertensive urgency. The patient was found on the street by EMS altered and combative. Ultrasound Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2014
1003 4 year old female patient with hypertension, obesity, precocious puberty, and biochemical profile compatible with ACTH independent Cushing syndrome. Body Imaging Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2014
1004 13 year old male for surgical planning. Body Imaging Eduardo Matta, M.D. 2014
1005 3 year old female with urinary hesitancy and hematuria. Pediatrics Scott Serlin, M.D. 2014
1006 13 year old male with back pain. Neuro Scott Serlin, M.D. 2014
1007 10 year old boy presents with one week of abdominal pain and subjective fevers. Patient reports that the pain is frequent and intermittent and localizes to the right flank and right upper quadrant. Review of systems is positive for lethargy, decreased appetite, weight loss and jaundice. Body Imaging Michael Redwine, M.D. 2014
1008 41 year old male with past medical history of peptic ulcer disease present with two day history of epigastric abdominal pain described as constant and dull with intermittent sharp shooting pains. He also had several episodes of nonbloddy, non-bilious vomiting. Patient does note that his abdominal pain is very different than his peptic ulcer disease abdominal pain with is cramping and burning. Body Imaging Venkateswar Surabhi, M.D. 2014
1009 61 year old female with remote history of colostomy for several vaginal laceration which occurred during the birth of her second child. Patient eventually had colostomy take-down approximately 30 years ago, however has had persistent pelvic pain since that time. Body Imaging Catherine Devine, M.D. 2014
1010 67 year old female with multiple cancer history including melanoma, clear cell ovarian carcinoma and papillary thyroid carcinoma undergoing routine surveillance imaging. Body Tara Sagebiel, M.D. 2014
1011 27 year old previously healthy female with acute onset dizziness, vertigo and severe headache after the dizziness subsided. Interventional Rodrick C Zvavanjanja, M.D., Msc, FRCR 2014
1012 40 y/o female presented with abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting for 2 days. GI Verghese George, M.D. 2014