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To compare direct multi-slice CT arthrography (MSCT-AG) and direct MR arthrography (MR-AG) of the wrist with regard to the depiction of the triangular fibro-cartilage (TFC). Fifteen consecutive patients with ulnar-sided wrist pain suspicious for TFC tear underwent both MSCT-AG and MR-AG of the...
To characterize the heartbeat-related distension of dissected and non-dissected thoracic aortic segments in chronic aortic dissection type b (CADB) ECG-gated computed tomography angiography was performed in ten CADB patients. For 20 time points of the R–R interval, multiplanar reformations were...
The aim of the study was to evaluate radiation exposure of a chest pain protocol with ECG-gated dual-source computed tomography (DSCT). An Alderson Rando phantom equipped with thermoluminescent dosimeters was used for dose measurements. Exposure was performed on a dual-source computed tomography...
We aimed to quantitatively investigate the alteration of parotid perfusion after irradiation using dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) based on a two-compartment tracer kinetic model. This study enrolled 19 patients (53.2 ± 14.9 years) treated by head and neck...
Salivary duct carcinoma (SDC) of the extra-glandular segment of Stensen’s duct is a very rare but aggressive neoplasm. Ultrasonography, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging findings in a patient pathologically proven to have SDC of the extra-glandular segment of Stensen’s duct...
Interpretation of brain images from older patients requires knowledge of changes that occur with healthy ageing. We constructed and tested a reference template for older subjects. We used MR images from normal subjects aged 65–70 and 75–80 to generate average age-specific images. We ranked...
Negative pressure ventilation via an external device (‘iron lung’) has the potential to provide better oxygenation with reduced barotrauma in patients with ARDS. This study was designed to see if oxygenation differences between positive and negative ventilation could be explained by CT. Six...
Dual energy CT (DECT) is a new technique that allows differentiation of materials and tissues based on CT density values derived from two synchronous CT acquisitions at different tube potentials. With the introduction of a new dual source CT system, this technique can now be used routinely in...
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