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The safety profile of ProHance in special populations was evaluated by analyzing data extracted from the database of phase I-III studies which included data on 2,656 ProHance injections of which 119 in pediatric patients, 814 in elderly patients and 30 in patients with varying degrees of renal...
Contrast-enhanced MRI (CE-MRI) of the breast has been investigated for over 10 years. The reports of sensitivity for cancer detection have generally been greater than 90 %. However, estimates of specificity have varied greatly. Differing results are due to differences in study populations,...
The aim of this study was to evaluate the changes in volume, structure, and flow pattern of parathyroid glands in uremic patients with secondary hyperparathyroidism treated with long-term intravenous calcitriol (CTL) therapy. Ultrasonography was used to follow-up volume changes occurring in 18...
Ultrasound is the mainstay for imaging of the scrotum. It is used primarily for determining the location and nature of palpable lesions and to demonstrate nonpalpable lesions. Scrotal US is characterized by high sensitivity in the detection of intrascrotal abnormalities and is a very good mode...
Techniques developed in computer vision and automated pattern recognition can be applied to assist radiologists in reading mammograms. With the introduction of direct digital mammography this will become a feasible approach. A radiologist in breast cancer screening can use findings of the...
Assessment of CNS neoplasms has focused traditionally on morphological analysis. Recent developments in MR sequence design now enable functional assessments. T1-weighted, as well as T2 * -weighted, dynamic, gadolinium-enhanced, imaging can be used for assessment of vascularisation, permeability,...
Two cases of rare adrenal cavernous hemangiomas are reported, one imaged with conventional X-ray techniques, US, CT, and MRI, and the other with US and CT. The CT technique clearly demonstrated calcifications and the internal structure of the lesions in both cases and peripheral rim enhancement...
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