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    Imaging Findings of Congestive Hepatopathy (CH)

    CH—characterized by diverse clinical, hemodynamic, and histologic manifestations that vary with the temporal course of the underlying cardiac dysfunction—manifests with many imaging findings, including dilated hepatic veins and heterogeneous parenchymal enhancement.

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    Prediction of Hip Failure Load: In Vitro Study of 80 Femurs Using Three Imaging Methods and Finite Element Models

    Quantitative CT-based finite element modeling best predicts experimental failure load, although a combination of quantitative CT and dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry variables offers equal performance.

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    Bariatric CT: Challenges and Solutions

    Bariatric patients present numerous unique challenges, and basic knowledge of scanner characteristics, image reconstruction, and obesity-related artifacts, both in nonenhanced and contrast-enhanced studies, is essential for acquisition of diagnostic-quality CT images.