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Open Access 25.06.2022 | Gastrointestinal

Development and validation of an ultrasound-based prediction model for differentiating between malignant and benign solid pancreatic lesions

Pancreatic cancer is currently the 4th leading cause of cancer-related death and continues to increase in incidence in both men and women [ 1 ]. Solid pancreatic lesions (SPLs) are a common abnormality found in both symptomatic and asymptomatic …

Open Access 25.06.2022 | Musculoskeletal

Deep learning–based acceleration of Compressed Sense MR imaging of the ankle

The ankle is one of the most complex joints with multiple oblique oriented ligaments and tendons [ 1 – 6 ]. In the United States, approximately 10,000 people suffer an ankle injury per day, the most frequent type of injury being sprains [ 7 , 8 ].

25.06.2022 | Magnetic Resonance

MRI evaluation of soft tissue tumors: comparison of a fast, isotropic, 3D T2-weighted fat-saturated sequence with a conventional 2D T2-weighted fat-saturated sequence for tumor characteristics, resolution, and acquisition time

Fast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) protocols using three-dimensional (3D) isotropic turbo spin-echo (TSE) sequences have been developed for the evaluation of internal joint derangement [ 1 – 15 ] and recently, for the assessment of bone tumor …

25.06.2022 | Chest

Radiologists with and without deep learning–based computer-aided diagnosis: comparison of performance and interobserver agreement for characterizing and diagnosing pulmonary nodules/masses

Lung carcinoma is one of the most common diseases worldwide, accounting for approximately 22% of overall cancer-related mortality in the USA in 2021 [ 1 ]. Early diagnosis of malignancies is essential for reducing mortality, and low-dose computed …

25.06.2022 | Nuclear Medicine

Expert consensus on oncological [18F]FDG total-body PET/CT imaging (version 1)

Molecular imaging with the hybrid system, such as positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT), provides insights to oncology studies with both anatomical and functional information on a molecular level in the living human body [ 1 , 2 …]. With the advance of the scintillator, photomultiplier, and reconstruction algorithm, this non-invasive imaging modality has evolved rapidly since the invention of PET/CT in 2000 [

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