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Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) allows a better characterization of pancreatic masses than non-enhanced ultrasound. It utilizes a microbubbles contrast agent, leading to a visualization of macro- and micro-vasculature of benign or malignant tissues. At CEUS, pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma...
Dual-energy CT is
proving to be a useful tool in medical imaging, with increasing studies indicating a viable future in cardiac investigations.
The technology offers the opportunity to begin to address several limitations that have historically been associated with cardiac CT. In this review,...
This review article aims to bring the reader up to date on advances in liver CT imaging, with an emphasis on the literature from the past year. Recent studies and developments in hepatic imaging using dual-energy CT, perfusion CT, low-tube-voltage imaging, and iterative reconstruction techniques...
This article will demonstrate a variety of diagnostic entities and categories of muscle disease that can be assessed using ultrasound. Illustrative examples based on four general categories of muscle pathology (trauma, edema, fluid collections, and mass) will be presented with pertinent findings...
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