The claw sign is useful in determining whether a mass arises from a solid structure or is located adjacent to it and distorts the outline.    It refers to the sharp angles on either side of the mass, which the surrounding normal parenchyma forms when the mass has arisen from the parenchyma. As such, normal parenchyma extends some way around the mass.    https://radiopaedia.org/articles/claw-sign-mass

The claw sign is useful in determining whether a mass arises from a solid structure or is located adjacent to it and distorts the outline. It refers to the sharp angles on either side of the mass, which the surrounding normal parenchyma forms when the mass has arisen from the parenchyma. As such, normal parenchyma extends some way around the mass. https://radiopaedia.org/articles/claw-sign-mass

Crossed fused renal ectopia essentially refers to an anomaly where the kidneys are fused and located on the same side of the midline.    https://radiopaedia.org/articles/crossed-fused-renal-ectopia

Crossed fused renal ectopia essentially refers to an anomaly where the kidneys are fused and located on the same side of the midline. https://radiopaedia.org/articles/crossed-fused-renal-ectopia

Vesico-vaginal fistulas are abnormal fistulous connections between the urinary bladder and vagina, resulting in an involuntary discharge of urine through the vagina.    https://radiopaedia.org/articles/vesico-vaginal-fistula-1

Vesico-vaginal fistulas are abnormal fistulous connections between the urinary bladder and vagina, resulting in an involuntary discharge of urine through the vagina. https://radiopaedia.org/articles/vesico-vaginal-fistula-1

The manta ray sign is a radiographic appearance in bladder exstrophy. It describes wide midline separation of the pubic bones simulating the appearance of a manta ray swimming towards you.    https://radiopaedia.org/articles/manta-ray-sign-bladder

The manta ray sign is a radiographic appearance in bladder exstrophy. It describes wide midline separation of the pubic bones simulating the appearance of a manta ray swimming towards you. https://radiopaedia.org/articles/manta-ray-sign-bladder

Bladder calculi occur either from migrated renal calculi or urinary stasis. Bladder calculi can be divided into primary and secondary stones:  primary: stones form de novo in the bladder secondary: stones are either from renal calculi which have migrated down into the bladder, or from concretions on foreign material (e.g. urinary catheters)  https://radiopaedia.org/articles/bladder-calculus-1

Bladder calculi occur either from migrated renal calculi or urinary stasis. Bladder calculi can be divided into primary and secondary stones: primary: stones form de novo in the bladder secondary: stones are either from renal calculi which have migrated down into the bladder, or from concretions on foreign material (e.g. urinary catheters) https://radiopaedia.org/articles/bladder-calculus-1

A bladder chimney.  Ileovesicostomy ("bladder chimney") | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

A bladder chimney. Ileovesicostomy ("bladder chimney") | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Vesico-uterine fistula is a rare complication of Cesarean section due to a transverse incision into the lower segment. The symptoms are menouria and urinary incontinence.  Excretory phase CT images show a fistulous tract between the uterus and bladder, indicating a vesico-uterine fistula.

Vesico-uterine fistula is a rare complication of Cesarean section due to a transverse incision into the lower segment. The symptoms are menouria and urinary incontinence. Excretory phase CT images show a fistulous tract between the uterus and bladder, indicating a vesico-uterine fistula.

Bladder calculi occur either from migrated renal calculi or urinary stasis. Bladder calculi can be divided into primary and secondary stones:  primary: stones form de novo in the bladder secondary: stones are either from renal calculi which have migrated down into the bladder, or from concretions on foreign material (e.g. urinary catheters).  https://radiopaedia.org/articles/bladder-calculus-1

Bladder calculi occur either from migrated renal calculi or urinary stasis. Bladder calculi can be divided into primary and secondary stones: primary: stones form de novo in the bladder secondary: stones are either from renal calculi which have migrated down into the bladder, or from concretions on foreign material (e.g. urinary catheters). https://radiopaedia.org/articles/bladder-calculus-1

Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is one of the causes of hypervascular metastases. RCC is one of the more common cancers to present at an advanced stage because the primary can be asymptomatic.   http://radiopaedia.org/articles/renal-cell-carcinoma-1

Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is one of the causes of hypervascular metastases. RCC is one of the more common cancers to present at an advanced stage because the primary can be asymptomatic. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/renal-cell-carcinoma-1

Hydrocele.  Hydroceles are acquired or congenital serous fluid collection between the layers of the tunica vaginalis surrounding a testis. They are the most common form of testicular enlargement, and present with painless enlargement of the scrotum. On all modalities, hydrocoeles appear as simple fluid, unless complicated by infection or haemorrhage.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/hydrocoele-1

Hydrocele. Hydroceles are acquired or congenital serous fluid collection between the layers of the tunica vaginalis surrounding a testis. They are the most common form of testicular enlargement, and present with painless enlargement of the scrotum. On all modalities, hydrocoeles appear as simple fluid, unless complicated by infection or haemorrhage. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/hydrocoele-1

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