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  • An anatomical update on the morphologic variations of S1 and S2 

    Karachalios, T.; Zibis, A. H.; Zintzaras, E.; Bargiotas, K.; Karantanas, A. H.; Malizos, K. N. (2010)
    Although percutaneous fixation with iliosacral screws has been shown to be a safe and reproducible method for sacroiliac dislocation and sacral fractures, it is a technically demanding technique, and one of its contraindications ...
  • Brain MRI and proton MRS findings in infants and children with respiratory chain defects 

    Dinopoulos, A.; Cecil, K. M.; Schapiro, M. B.; Papadimitriou, A.; Hadjigeorgiou, G. M.; Wong, B.; DeGrauw, T.; Egelhoff, J. C. (2005)
    Objective: The aim of this study is to describe neuroimaging patterns in children with respiratory chain (RC) defects using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and to assess ...
  • Breast cancer: Follow-up with MRI after therapy 

    Kanavou, T.; Lazoura, O.; Tsilikas, K.; Karanikas, C.; Vassiou, K. (2009)
    Breast cancer is the most frequent malignancy in women worldwide. The incidence and mortality rates of the disease have increased the past few years, especially in richer countries that have adopted the mammographic screening ...
  • Complicated septic arthritis after knee arthroscopy in a 75-year-old man with osteoarthritis and a popliteal cyst 

    Papadopoulos, A.; Karachalios, T. S.; Malizos, C. N.; Varitimidis, S. (2015)
    A 75-year-old man presented in shock secondary to septic arthritis of the knee. The patient, with a known history of knee osteoarthritis, was treated elsewhere for mechanical locking symptoms and effusion with arthroscopic ...
  • Cyclopia and exadactyly: CT and MRI findings 

    Karantanas, A. H.; Papanikolaou, N.; Danos, A.; Antonakopoulos, G. (1999)
    Cyclopia is a congenital abnormality consisting of fused orbits and a single eye and is the most extreme form of alobar holoprosencephaly. The present case describes the CT and MRI findings in the skull of a 33-week-old ...
  • Diagnostic accuracy of a new clinical test (The Thessaly test) for early detection of meniscal tears 

    Karachalios, T.; Hantes, M.; Zibis, A. H.; Zachos, V.; Karantanas, A. H.; Malizos, K. N. (2005)
    Background: Clinical tests used for the detection of meniscal tears in the knee do not present acceptable diagnostic sensitivity and specificity values. Diagnostic accuracy is improved by arthroscopic evaluation or magnetic ...
  • Epidural bleeding after ACL reconstruction under regional anaesthesia: A case report 

    Roidis, N. T.; Poultsides, L. A.; Gougoulias, N. E.; Liakou, P. D.; Karachalios, T. S.; Malizos, K. N. (2009)
    Introduction: Epidural bleeding as a complication of catheterization or epidural catheter removal is often associated with perioperative thromboprophylaxis especially in adult reconstructive surgery. Case presentation: We ...
  • Exophthalmos as a first manifestation of small cell lung cancer: A long-term follow-up 

    Konoglou, M.; Zarogoulidis, P.; Porpodis, K.; Androudi, S.; Papakosta, D.; Matthaios, D.; Kontakiotis, T.; Zervas, V.; Kalaitzidou, E.; Mitrakas, A.; Touzopoulos, P.; Zarogoulidis, K. (2011)
    Small cell lung cancer is characterized by rapid growth and early metastasis. Despite its sensitivity to cytotoxic therapy, until now treatments have failed to control or cure this disease in most patients. Οrbital metastases ...
  • Hematogenous spinal infection in Central Greece 

    Sakkas, L. I.; Davas, E. M.; Kapsalaki, E.; Boulbou, M.; Makaritsis, K.; Alexiou, I.; Tsikrikas, T.; Stathakis, N. (2009)
    STUDY DESIGN.: We retrospectively analyzed spinal infection (SpI), in a teaching Hospital, in Central Greece. OBJECTIVE.: To study presentation, etiology, and outcome of SpI in Central Greece. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA.: ...
  • Hepatitis B virus and intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma 

    Gatselis, N. K.; Tepetes, K.; Loukopoulos, A.; Vasiou, K.; Zafiriou, A.; Gioti, C.; Dalekos, G. N. (2007)
    Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma (ICC) is a rare type of primary liver cancer that arises from intrahepatic bile ducts. Its etiopathogenesis has been considered to be independent of the presence of chronic viral hepatitis ...
  • A huge posteromedial mediastinal cyst complicated with vertebral dislodgment 

    Kouerinis, I. A.; Zografos, G. C.; Exarchos, D. N.; Silimingas, N. T.; Argiriou, M. E.; Manoussaridis, J. T.; Misiakos, E. P.; Fotiadis, C. I.; Bellenis, I. P. (2006)
    Background: Mediastinal cysts compromise almost 20% of all mediastinal masses with bronchogenic subtype accounting for 60% of all cystic lesions. Although compression of adjoining soft tissues is usual, spinal complications ...
  • Imaging of traumatic lesions of abdominal viscera 

    Vassiou, K.; Fezoulidis, I. (2002)
    Trauma to the abdomen accounts for approximately 10% of trauma deaths. The injury may be blunt or penetrating. Abdominal organs are frequently injured from blunt trauma. Rapid acceleration-deceleration of abdominal viscera ...
  • The influence of the acromioclavicular joint degeneration on supraspinatus outlet impingement and the acromion shape 

    Roidis, N. T.; Motamed, S.; Vaishnav, S.; Ebramzadeh, E.; Karachalios, T. S.; Itamura, J. M. (2009)
    PURPOSE: To assess the anatomic association of acromioclavicular joint degeneration to supraspinatus outlet impingement and the acromion shape. METHODS: Sagittal oblique magnetic resonance images of 49 shoulders in 49 ...
  • Interstitial deletion at 11q14.2-11q22.1 may cause severe learning difficulties, mental retardation and mild heart defects in 13-year old male 

    Papoulidis, I.; Paspaliaris, V.; Siomou, E.; Orru, S.; Murru, R.; Sifakis, S.; Nikolaidis, P.; Garas, A.; Sotiriou, S.; Thomaidis, L.; Manolakos, E. (2015)
    Interstitial deletions of the long arm of chromosome 11 are rare, and they could be assumed as non-recurrent chromosomal rearrangements due to high variability of the size and the breakpoints of the deleted region. The ...
  • MR imaging findings in early osteoarthritis of the knee 

    Karachalios, T.; Zibis, A.; Papanagiotou, P.; Karantanas, A. H.; Malizos, K. N.; Roidis, N. (2004)
    Purpose: To carry out a modern diagnostic survey among patients with a clinical and radiological diagnosis of early osteoarthritis of the knee. Materials and methods:A magnetic resonance imaging survey was performed on 70 ...
  • Myxoid liposarcoma with cartilaginous differentiation: A case study with fish analysis and review of the literature 

    G.Ioannou, M.; Kouvaras, E.; Papamichali, R.; Karachalios, T.; Koukoulis, G. (2013)
    Cartilaginous differentiation is rarely encountered in myxoid liposarcomas. To date, a small number of such cases have been described, and molecular or cytogenetic analysis was performed only in few of them. In the present ...
  • Osteonecrosis of the femoral head: Etiology, imaging and treatment 

    Malizos, K. N.; Karantanas, A. H.; Varitimidis, S. E.; Dailiana, Z. H.; Bargiotas, K.; Maris, T. (2007)
    Osteonecrosis of the femoral head is a disabling clinical entity affecting young adults that usually leads to destruction of the hip joint. A high index of suspicion is necessary for the diagnosis due to the insidious onset ...
  • Patterns of cognitive impairment in neurological disease 

    Markopoulou, K. (2010)
    Cognitive impairment is present in neurodegenerative disease, usually as part of a spectrum of symptoms that includes different domains of cognitive function. While the nature of the cognitive impairment tends to be ...
  • Quantification of normal CSF flow through the aqueduct using PC-Cine MRI at 3T 

    Kapsalaki, E.; Svolos, P.; Tsougos, I.; Theodorou, K.; Fezoulidis, I.; Fountas, K. N. (2012)
    Quantification of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow through the cerebral aqueduct is of paramount importance in patients with hydrocephalus. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the normal CSF flow measurements at three ...
  • Radiological and radiotherapeutic approaching of pediatric tumors in head and neck area 

    Zygogianni, A.; Kyrgias, G.; Kouvaris, J.; Alexopoulou, E.; Zefkili, S.; Theodorou, K.; Capezzali, G.; Mazioti, A.; Kirova, Y.; Antypas, C.; Armpilia, C.; Efstathopoulos, E.; Kelekis, N.; Kouloulias, V. (2013)
    The most common pediatric malignancies in head and neck area consisted of lymphoma, leukemia, brain tumors, neuroblastoma, Wilms' tumor, sarcomas and primarily rhabdomyosarcoma. This review reports in brief radiological ...