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Radiologists and members-in-training are experiencing higher (and escalating) rates of burnout, resulting in a profound impact on the health of physicians, patients, and the community. Lately, the radiology community has demonstrated a growing awareness of this phenomenon, which has led...
To quantify the association between computed tomography abdomen and pelvis with contrast (CTAP) findings and chest radiograph (CXR) severity score, and the incremental effect of incorporating CTAP findings into predictive models of COVID-19 mortality.
This retrospective study...
Pseudolesions on contrast-enhanced computed tomography represent a diagnostic challenge for radiologists because they could be difficult to distinguish from true space-occupying lesions. This article aims to provide a detailed overview of these entities based on radiological criteria...
The aim of the study is to assess the clinical value of the combined computed tomography (CT)/ultrasound (US) guidance in microwave ablation (MWA) for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).
From July 16, 2016, to June 20, 2021, medical records of 150 HCC patients treated with MWA were...
This study aimed to explore the feasibility and predictive value for local tumor progression (LTP) of the computed tomography (CT)–CT image fusion method versus side-by-side method to assess ablative margin (AM) in hepatocellular carcinoma ≥3 cm in diameter.
Materials and Methods
The prostatic apex is the most frequent location of positive surgical margin (PSM) after surgery. Data regarding the ability of multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mpMRI) to prospectively identify men at risk for apical PSMs (aPSMs) using a structured report are lacking....
Contrast-enhanced breast imaging has gained increasing importance in the diagnosis and management of breast cancer. The aim of this study was to assess breast cancer enhancement after contrast administration on prone multidetector computed tomography (MDCT).
Materials and Methods
This study aimed to determine the prevalence of axillary and subpectoral (SP) lymph nodes after ipsilateral COVID-19 vaccine administration on chest computed tomography (CT).
Subjects with chest CTs between 2 and 25 days after a first or second vaccine dose, December 15, 2020,...
The aims of the study are to compare the body composition parameters (BCPs), which have been reported to have a prognostic impact, in COVID-19 patients, and to determine the most influential BCP(s) on the prognosis.
Unenhanced chest computed tomography examinations of COVID-19...
Recent advances in 3-dimensional visualization of volumetric computed tomography data have led to the novel technique of cinematic rendering (CR), which provides photorealistic images with enhanced surface detail and realistic shadowing effects that are generally not possible with older...
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