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PurposeHepatic surface nodularity quantified on CT images has shown promising results in staging hepatic fibrosis in chronic hepatitis C. The aim of this study was to evaluate hepatic surface nodularity, serum fibrosis indices, and a linear combination of them for staging fibrosis in chronic...
PurposeTo initiate a peer learning conference for our abdominal radiology division across multiple geographically separated sites and different time zones, and to determine radiologist preference for peer learning versus traditional score-based peer review.MethodsWe implemented a monthly peer...
ObjectivesTo evaluate the reproducibility of liver R2* measurements between a 2D cardiac ECG-gated and a 3D breath-hold liver CSE-MRI acquisition for liver iron quantification.MethodsA total of 54 1.5 T MRI exams from 51 subjects (18 women, 36 men, age 35.2 ± 21.8) were included. These included...
PurposeTo evaluate the safety and primary technical success rate of gastric decompression via percutaneous transabdominal gastrostomy (PTAG) or percutaneous transesophageal gastric (PTEG) catheter placement for management of malignant bowel obstruction (MBO). A secondary purpose was to evaluate...
Minimally invasive alternatives to traditional prostate surgery are increasingly utilized to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia and localized prostate cancer in select patients. Advantages of these treatments over prostatectomy include lower risk of complication, shorter length of hospital stay,...
The gastrohepatic ligament, a major part of the lesser omentum with hepatoduodenal ligament, is an important anatomic structure connected to several other intraabdominal organs and ligaments. It is at the crossroads of several different anatomic structures and may be affected by different...
PurposeWe aimed to answer several clinically relevant questions; (1) the interobserver agreement, (2) diagnostic performance of MRI with MRCP for (a) branch duct intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasms (BD-IPMN), mucinous cystic neoplasms (MCN) and serous cystic neoplasms (SCN), (b)...
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