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Jurnale medicale Radiographics current issue

9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Fluorine 18 fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) is increasingly used in the initial staging, evaluation of treatment response, and surveillance of many malignancies. Uptake of FDG is substantially increased in most malignancies, compared with its uptake

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36
9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Quantitative imaging is the analysis of retrieved numeric data from images with the goal of reducing subjective assessment. It is an increasingly important radiologic tool to assess treatment response in oncology patients. Quantification of response to therapy depends on the tumor type and method of

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Hepatocellular carcinoma is a malignancy that predominantly occurs in the setting of cirrhosis. Its incidence is rising worldwide. Hepatocellular carcinoma differs from most malignancies because it is commonly diagnosed on the basis of imaging features alone, without histologic confirmation. The gui

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Orbital neoplasms in adults may be categorized on the basis of location and histologic type. Imaging features of these lesions often reflect their tissue composition. Cavernous malformations (also known as cavernous hemangiomas), although not true neoplasms, are the most common benign adult orbital

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36
9 Octombrie 2013 18:36
9 Octombrie 2013 18:36
9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Recent advances in treatment of metastatic renal cell carcinoma (RCC), such as new molecular therapies that use novel antiangiogenic agents, have led to revision of the most frequently used guideline to evaluate tumor response to therapy: Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid Tumors (RECIST 1.1). As

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36
9 Octombrie 2013 18:36
9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Neuroendocrine neoplasms are ubiquitous tumors found throughout the body, most commonly in the gastrointestinal tract followed by the thorax. Neuroendocrine cells occur normally in the bronchial and bronchiolar epithelium and may be solitary or may occur in clusters. Although neuroendocrine cell pro

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

As survival rates continue to increase for patients with childhood and adult malignancies, imaging utilization in these patients will likely increase substantially. It is important to detect disease recurrence and to recognize the potential complications that occur after treatment with oncologic med

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Primary pericardial tumors are rare and may be classified as benign or malignant. The most common benign lesions are pericardial cysts and lipomas. Mesothelioma is the most common primary malignant pericardial neoplasm. Other malignant tumors include a wide variety of sarcomas, lymphoma, and primiti

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36
9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Identifying the presence of axillary node and internal mammary node metastases in patients with invasive breast cancer is critical for determining prognosis and for deciding on appropriate treatment. Sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) is the definitive method to exclude axillary metastases. Patients

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Intramural gastric masses arise in the wall of the stomach (generally within the submucosa or muscularis propria), often with intact overlying mucosa. These tumors are typically mesenchymal in origin and have overlapping radiologic appearances. A combination of features such as location, attenuation

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

The incidence of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) has increased over the past few decades and now accounts for over 20% of newly diagnosed cases of breast cancer. Although the detection of DCIS has increased with the advent of widespread mammography screening, it is essential to have a more accurate

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

The evolution of oncologic surgical technology has moved toward reducing patient morbidity and mortality without compromising oncologic resection or oncologic outcomes. The goals in treating head and neck cancer are to cure patients, as well as to provide quality of life by improving functional and

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging–guided focused ultrasound is an alternative noninvasive method for reducing the pain in skeletal metastases. MR imaging–guided focused ultrasound ablation offers several key advantages over other noninvasive treatment modalities. This technology enables the performanc

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36
9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Acute life-threatening conditions in oncology patients may develop either because of underlying malignancy or as a complication from treatment. Oncologic emergencies can be categorized as metabolic, hematologic, and structural conditions. Metabolic and hematologic emergencies are mainly diagnosed on

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9 Octombrie 2013 18:36

Certain tumors of the head and neck use peripheral nerves as a direct conduit for tumor growth away from the primary site by a process known as perineural spread. Perineural spread is associated with decreased survival and a higher risk of local recurrence and metastasis. Radiologists play an import

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11 Septembrie 2013 17:06
11 Septembrie 2013 17:06

Breast magnetic resonance (MR) imaging has high sensitivity in breast cancer diagnosis. The probability of malignancy for additional detected lesions is higher in patients with breast cancer than in the population without malignancy, which is why biopsy or further study should be considered for addi

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11 Septembrie 2013 17:06

The "lean" approach is a quality improvement method that focuses on maximizing activities that are valued by the customer and eliminating waste that impedes efficiency in the workplace. The unique philosophy of the lean approach encourages all members of the team to be directly involved in identifyi

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11 Septembrie 2013 17:06

Current U.S. recommendations for breast cancer screening of women with at least a 20%–25% lifetime risk of developing breast cancer include contrast material–enhanced magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the breasts. The cancer detection rate in high-risk women undergoing screening MR imaging is appro

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11 Septembrie 2013 17:06
11 Septembrie 2013 17:06

There has been a proliferation and divergence of imaging-based tumor-specific response criteria over the past 3 decades whose purpose is to achieve objective assessment of treatment response in oncologic clinical trials. The World Health Organization (WHO) criteria, published in 1981, were the first

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11 Septembrie 2013 17:06

Management of clinically important sequelae of portal hypertension, such as variceal bleeding and ascites, may involve a combination of medical, endoscopic, surgical, and interventional approaches and procedures. Although clinically significant esophageal and rectal varices are typically visible end

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