Highlights

Neuroimaging assessment in Down syndrome: a pictorial review

The authors of this paper set out to review and systematize the distinguishing characteristics and abnormalities that can be found in Down syndrome patients. The focus of this study was on the radiological findings in the central nervous system, head and neck, and...

Abdominal ventral hernia and its repair complications

Ventral hernia repair with or without mesh placement is a common procedure. However, certain complications occur like in any other abdominal surgeries. Therefore, the authors of this article set out to describe the role of imaging in diagnosis of complications in a...

Imaging appearances of a rare CNS disease by MRI

Central nervous system post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder is a rare disease with non-specific signs and symptoms. Due to its rarity and lack of radiologists’ familiarity with it, this paper presents how the imaging appearances of this disease by MRI can help...

Causes of ulnar neuropathies

In this pictorial review, the authors set out to illustrate a wide spectrum of causes of ulnar neuropathies that can be seen on ultrasound and MRI. Due to major technological advances in ultrasonography, direct visualisation of the involved nerve with assessment of...

Perinatal post mortem US: an alternative imaging method?

This article deals with the role of perinatal post mortem ultrasound and whether it can be used as an alternative imaging method for non-invasive autopsy. Special emphasis is put on imaging technique, practical considerations and commonly encountered case examples....