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January-June 2021| Vol 2| Issue 1

Review Article

Role of magnetic resonance imaging in defining rectal anatomical landmarks and primary rectal cancer evaluation

In contemporary practice, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become a useful tool in evaluating rectal and perirectal anatomy. It encourages accurate local staging of rectal cancer and has overall...

Original Article

Computerized tomographic patterns of intracranial tumors in Northwest Nigeria

Background: Brain tumors are among the most challenging disorders encountered worldwide. Early and accurate diagnosis is essential for the management of these tumors. Different patterns of di...

Original Article

Brain computed tomographic pattern and clinical presentation of patients with hypertensive haemorrhagic stroke at aminu Kano teaching hospital, Kano, Nigeria

Background: Stroke or cerebrovascular disease is a clinical syndrome consisting of rapidly developing clinical signs of focal or global neurological deficits lasting more than 24 h or leading...

Original Article

Radiology request form: Evaluating its complete filling in South-South, Nigeria

Introduction: Radiology request form (RRF) is a medical referral to a radiologist requesting input concerning the diagnosis, treatment, follow-up of patients, and intervention where necessary...

Original Article

Computed tomographic pattern of stroke among hypertensive and diabetic patients in Kano, Nigeria

Background: Stroke accounts for a significant proportion of neurological disorders and carries a high morbidity and mortality. Hypertension and diabetes mellitus are the major risk factors fo...

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Print: Awaited, Online: 2667-2537

Journal of Radiation Medicine in the Tropics, a publication of Association of Radiologists in Nigeria (ARIN), is a peer-reviewed print + online Semimonthly journal.

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