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Computed tomography of thorotrastosis

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      Abstract

      Two cases of thorotrastosis examined by computed tomography are reported. The appearance of the liver, spleen, and lymph nodes is diagnostic. This technique is probably the procedure of choice for detection of Thorotrast-induced liver neoplasm.

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