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Radiology Exercise 4: 16

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What is this patient's hip pain due to?  

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Gunshot wound.

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Radiology Exercise 4: 17

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Can this patient's left gastric artery be ligated with impunity during a total gastrectomy?  

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No. The hepatic artery to segments II and III (see hepatic segmental anatomy) comes off a left gastric arising independently from the aorta. Replaced or accessory left hepatic arteries usually come from the left gastric (see hepatic vascular variation).

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Radiology Exercise 4: 18

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What is abnormal about this MRI of the knee?  

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Lesion (myxoid liposarcoma) behind medial femoral condyle.

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