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21.05.2019 | Chest

Comparison of prediction models with radiological semantic features and radiomics in lung cancer diagnosis of the pulmonary nodules: a case-control study

Management of pulmonary nodules is a problem in clinical scenarios, in part due to increasing use of multislice computed tomography (CT) with contiguous thin sections, considered the gold standard for pulmonary nodule detection [ 1 ]. For both …

21.05.2019 | Musculoskeletal

The International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine classification of knee meniscus tears: three-dimensional MRI and arthroscopy correlation

The knee menisci are C-shaped structures composed of collagen and fibrocartilage and serve many essential functions, such as shock absorption, axial load distribution, joint lubrication, and stability [ 1 , 2 ]. The predominant circumferentially …

21.05.2019 | Nuclear Medicine

Composite criteria using clinical and FDG PET/CT factors for predicting recurrence of hepatocellular carcinoma after living donor liver transplantation

In early but unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), liver transplantation (LT) is a radical potentially curative treatment. Particularly in patients with unresectable HCC and underlying cirrhosis, complete tumor removal and hepatic function …

21.05.2019 | Musculoskeletal Open Access

Damage of the distal radial physis in young gymnasts: can three-dimensional assessment of physeal volume on MRI serve as a biomarker?

Wrist overuse injuries are prevalent among gymnasts [ 1 ]. In youth gymnasts, the distal radial physis is regularly damaged as the growth cartilage is less resistant to (repetitive) stress than surrounding structures [ 2 , 3 ]. Early and accurate …

21.05.2019 | Breast Open Access

Does three-dimensional functional infrared imaging improve breast cancer detection based on digital mammography in women with dense breasts?

Mammography screening reduces breast cancer mortality, but the sensitivity of mammography declines with increasing breast density; women with extremely dense breasts have a 6 times higher odds of interval cancer compared to women with …

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