incidentaloma

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incidentaloma

n incidentaloma m (Ang), tumor detectado por casualidad en una prueba realizada por otro motivo
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Infections varied in severity from an incidental finding to severe debilitation and death.
An incidental finding is often described as an additional finding unrelated to the original indication for a particular evaluation.
According to a survey at radiology department, out of 50 patients, who presented for ultrasound abdomen and diagnosed to have fatty liver, 38 patients were diagnosed with the fatty liver as asymptomatic incidental finding and 12 patients were symptomatic.
Some studies show that early identification of an incidental finding might be of benefit, particularly if the finding is treatable and early diagnosis improves the disease outcome.
Perineural (Tarlov) cysts are rare and are usually asymptomatic and an incidental finding on routine spinal imaging.
Giant peritoneal bodies are rare, and are usually an incidental finding.
In this report, we present a case of a Caucasian man with an incidental finding of thymic carcinoma during elective coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery.
This case is unique because of the simultaneously presenting valvular pathology, along with the anomalous origin of the right coronary artery which was detected, as an incidental finding, during coronary angiography.
Finally, the existence of strongyloidiasis in the case presented by Soin, et al, could have been an incidental finding without a relationship to the exact pathology.
For example, a third of all CT scans yield an incidental finding.
With the current precision of central nervous system imaging, CM-1 can be an incidental finding when MRI is conducted for other reasons.