Gabriel L. Bruno
RadiologyPathologyBiopsyPeritoneal tuberculosisNuclear medicinePeritoneal carcinomatosisF 18 fdg pet ctMediastinal massFibrosing mediastinitisRadiographyMedicine
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Abstract: Fibrosing mediastinitis is an uncommon benign disorder, and its pathogenesis and management remain unclear. Conventional imaging techniques (chest radiographs, CT, MRI) may suggest its diagnosis but are frequently nonspecific, and it frequently mimics a malignant process by presenting as a mediastinal mass without calcifications, encasing, and infiltrating adjacent mediastinal structures, and showing an overall aggressive behavior. The value of FDG PET imaging in this entity remains la...
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#1Amol TakalkarH-Index: 11
#2Gabriel L. BrunoH-Index: 2
Last. David L. LilienH-Index: 10
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