January-February 2007

Volume 31Issue 1p1-76
A 52-year-old woman with invasive ductal breast carcinoma and a proven malignant pleural effusion. Transverse contrast-enhanced CT section of the abdomen shows several hypoattenuating masses in the liver, which are suggestive of metastases. From “Frequency of hepatic contour abnormalities and signs of portal hypertension at CT in patients receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer metastatic to the liver” by Aliya Qayyum, Gerard K. Lee, Benjamin M. Yeh, Jill N. Allen, Alan P. Venook, and Fergus V. Coakley” on pages 6–10 in this issue....
A 52-year-old woman with invasive ductal breast carcinoma and a proven malignant pleural effusion. Transverse contrast-enhanced CT section of the abdomen shows several hypoattenuating masses in the liver, which are suggestive of metastases. From “Frequency of hepatic contour abnormalities and signs of portal hypertension at CT in patients receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer metastatic to the liver” by Aliya Qayyum, Gerard K. Lee, Benjamin M. Yeh, Jill N. Allen, Alan P. Venook, and Fergus V. Coakley” on pages 6–10 in this issue.

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