This volume provides a comprehensive account of the use of MRI and CT cross-sectional imaging techniques to identify and characterize developmental anomalies and acquired diseases of the female genital tract. Benign and malignant diseases are considered, and attention is also paid to normal anatomical findings and variants. Emphasis is on the most recent diagnostic and technical advances, and the text is complemented by detailed illustrations.Postmenopausal ovaries appear on CT as triangular or bandlike soft tissue structures with low or moderate contrast enhancement (Fig.8.8). ... Pelvic free fluid is a common finding throughout the menstrual cycle and peaks in the secretory phase . ... It extends from the ovaryanterolaterally over the external and common iliac vessels and blends with connective tissue over the psoas muscle . Ovariananbsp;...
|Title||:||MRI and CT of the Female Pelvis|
|Author||:||Bernd Hamm, Rosemarie Forstner|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-01-19|