DIAGNOSI RADIOLOGICA MULTIDISCIPLINARE DEGLI ANGIOMI EPATICI NEL PAZIENTE NEOPLASTICO

F. Garbagnati, M. C. Castoldi, I. Spagnoli, M. Milella, C. Spreafico, D. Segre, F. Leonardi

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72 cases of hepatic angioma were examined. These were occasionally found during investigations of patients treated for extrahepatic primary cancer, or revealed by ultrasound studies of patients presumably not affected by cancer. Prospective comparison in 18 cases was made between echotomographic, tomodensitometric and angiographic findings with the purpose of pointing out possible correlations between the X-ray images and the anatomopathological pictures. Finally, the best diagnostic procedure was established for suspected hepatic angioma, in both cancerous and non cancerous patients.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)329-333
Number of pages5
JournalRadiologia Medica
Volume71
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Garbagnati, F., Castoldi, M. C., Spagnoli, I., Milella, M., Spreafico, C., Segre, D., & Leonardi, F. (1985). DIAGNOSI RADIOLOGICA MULTIDISCIPLINARE DEGLI ANGIOMI EPATICI NEL PAZIENTE NEOPLASTICO. Radiologia Medica, 71(5), 329-333.

DIAGNOSI RADIOLOGICA MULTIDISCIPLINARE DEGLI ANGIOMI EPATICI NEL PAZIENTE NEOPLASTICO. / Garbagnati, F.; Castoldi, M. C.; Spagnoli, I.; Milella, M.; Spreafico, C.; Segre, D.; Leonardi, F.

In: Radiologia Medica, Vol. 71, No. 5, 1985, p. 329-333.

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Garbagnati, F, Castoldi, MC, Spagnoli, I, Milella, M, Spreafico, C, Segre, D & Leonardi, F 1985, 'DIAGNOSI RADIOLOGICA MULTIDISCIPLINARE DEGLI ANGIOMI EPATICI NEL PAZIENTE NEOPLASTICO', Radiologia Medica, vol. 71, no. 5, pp. 329-333.
Garbagnati F, Castoldi MC, Spagnoli I, Milella M, Spreafico C, Segre D et al. DIAGNOSI RADIOLOGICA MULTIDISCIPLINARE DEGLI ANGIOMI EPATICI NEL PAZIENTE NEOPLASTICO. Radiologia Medica. 1985;71(5):329-333.
Garbagnati, F. ; Castoldi, M. C. ; Spagnoli, I. ; Milella, M. ; Spreafico, C. ; Segre, D. ; Leonardi, F. / DIAGNOSI RADIOLOGICA MULTIDISCIPLINARE DEGLI ANGIOMI EPATICI NEL PAZIENTE NEOPLASTICO. In: Radiologia Medica. 1985 ; Vol. 71, No. 5. pp. 329-333.
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