Τρίτη, 14 Μαΐου 2019

Radiology

Journal Highlights
May 14, 2019

Don't miss the latest Radiology podcast in which Dr. David Bluemke, Editor ofRadiology, discusses recently published research.

Original Research
Breast Imaging
 
 
Cancers visible at only one mammographic view are more often seen at the craniocaudal view than the mediolateral oblique view for both digital mammography and digital breast tomosynthesis.
 
Katrina E. Korhonen, Emily F. Conant...Susan P. Weinstein
Genitourinary Imaging
 
 
As assessed by RECIST 1.1 criteria, unequivocal progression of non–target disease (when target lesions are stable or partially responding, and no new lesions are present) occurs in almost one out of five patients with clear cell renal cell carcinoma and is associated with a shorter progression-free survival.
 
Heidi J. Coy, Michael L. Douek...Steven S. Raman 
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Obstetric Imaging
 
 
Echo-planar fluid-attenuated inversion recovery MRI of the fetal brain enables a better visualization of brain lamination compared with T2-weighted single-shot fast spin-echo MRI, allowing insight into in vivo imaging of brain development.
 
Mariana C. Diogo, Daniela Prayer...Gregor Kasprian 
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Thoracic Imaging
 
 
Positioning the patient biopsy side down during percutaneous CT-guided lung biopsy reduces the incidence of pneumothorax without affecting the chest tube insertion rate or the incidence of hemoptysis.
 
Orla Drumm, Eimear A. Joyce...Peter Beddy
 
Subtraction CT shows comparable diagnostic performance to that of dual-energy CT in the detection of pulmonary embolism at similar radiation dose, without the need for dedicated hardware.
 
Dagmar Grob, Ewoud Smit...Monique Brink
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Reviews and Commentary
Review
 
 
This article highlights the current concepts of digital breast tomosynthesis imaging, including synthetic mammography, that are relevant to contemporary breast imaging; the quasi three-dimensional information and the improved lesion conspicuity gained with tomosynthesis are associated with improvements in patient outcomes and efficiency in mammographic imaging.
 
Alice Chong, Susan P. Weinstein...Emily F. Conant
Images in Radiology
 
 
Rania H. Zakaria
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