Other risk factors, such as bilaterality
, involvement of the whole V1-V3 distribution region, and PWS affecting the entire V1 distribution, have also been reported.
Histologic pattern, bilaterality
and clinical evaluation of 957 ovarian neoplasms: a 10-year study in a tertiary hospital of Eastern India.
These results suggest that greater bilaterality
in the prefrontal cortex might be the result of the ageing brain adapting to the damage endured over the lifespan, in an effort to maintain normal function.
However, their bilaterality
as well as prodromal pain are the distinguishing clinical features of AFF (8,10).
in anterior cruciate ligaments injuries: associated intercondylar notch stenosis.
is seen in more than 20% of cases.
in anterior cruciate ligament injuries: associated intercondylar notch stenosis.
The CT images of each case were reviewed with the focus on the following features: bilaterality
, location of lung parenchymal involvement, presence of consolidation (defined as dense opacification without forming mass), mass (round shaped opacity >3 cm in diameter), nodule ([less than or equal to]3 cm in diameter, regardless of margin), cavity (presence of air in the consolidation or mass/nodule), pleural effusion, and lymph node enlargement ([greater than or equal to]10 mm in short axis diameter).
of the described findings (although some patients may present with unilateral involvement and then progress).
For this patient, single hemisphere score was recorded as two and one for the other hemisphere and it does not correspond to the bilaterality
"cut-off" score defined in that study.
About two-thirds are stage I at the time of diagnosis, and 10%-15% are bilateral, making dysgerminomas the only malignant germ cell neoplasm with significant risk for bilaterality
On one hand, a VCUG could give the family more information about the cause of the febrile UTI(s), information about the degree and bilaterality
of the VUR for risk stratification, expedite subsequent management (e.