July-August 2006

Volume 30Issue 4p229-302
Sagittal precontrast T1-weighted MR image of the right neck shows a sausage-shaped mass that represents a parathyroid adenoma (arrow). This is located just posterior to the right lobe of the thyroid, in the expected location of the parathyroid gland. From “Localizing hyperfunctioning parathyroid tissue: MRI or nuclear study or both?” by Shabana Saeed, Mike Yao, Binu Philip, and Michael Blend on pages 257–265 in this issue....
Sagittal precontrast T1-weighted MR image of the right neck shows a sausage-shaped mass that represents a parathyroid adenoma (arrow). This is located just posterior to the right lobe of the thyroid, in the expected location of the parathyroid gland. From “Localizing hyperfunctioning parathyroid tissue: MRI or nuclear study or both?” by Shabana Saeed, Mike Yao, Binu Philip, and Michael Blend on pages 257–265 in this issue.

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