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Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Gynecological Oncology
- V. Harry, H. Deans, Emma Ramage, D. Parkin, F. Gilbert
- International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer
- 1 January 2009
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become an indispensable tool in the assessment of malignant disease. With increasingly sophisticated systems and technical advancements, MRI has continued to… Expand
The accuracy of "one-stop" diagnosis for 1,110 patients presenting to a symptomatic breast clinic.
- A. Eltahir, J. Jibril, +8 authors O. Eremin
- Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of…
- 1 May 1998
UNLABELLED To minimise delay in diagnosis and reduce patient anxiety, triple assessment with immediate reporting has been used in our symptomatic breast clinic since 1991. This article examines the… Expand
Magnetic resonance imaging of the orbits using a binocular surface coil.
- H. Deans, T. Redpath, F. Smith, S. Parekh, J. Forrester
- Physics, Medicine
- The British journal of radiology
- 1 August 1988
Sixty subjects, including 12 normal volunteers, have been studied using the Aberdeen 0.08 T magnetic resonance imager. A wide range of pathological conditions, including both ocular and and orbital… Expand
Neuropsychological deficits and morphological MRI brain scan abnormalities in apparently healthy non-encephalopathic patients with cirrhosis. A controlled study.
By means of psychometric testing, we have determined the frequency of latent hepatic encephalopathy in a group of 19 cirrhotics with no clinical evidence of encephalopathy. Magnetic resonance imaging… Expand
Fetal fat measurement by magnetic resonance imaging.
- H. Deans, F. Smith, D. Lloyd, A. Law, H. Sutherland
- The British journal of radiology
- 1 July 1989
A method to assess the average percentage of fetal fat with respect to other fetal tissue is described. This method was then used to assess the percentage of fat in 13 normal fetuses who had a… Expand
How distressing is attendance for routine breast screening?
A prospective cohort study of 2357 women eligible for participation in the UK National Breast Screening Programme was carried out to evaluate the immediate emotional and behavioural effects of… Expand
Incident round cancers: what lessons can we learn?
At the time of implementation of the National Health Service Breast Screening Programme a range of targets were set, and have since been updated. This study looks at a subset of cancers detected by… Expand
Magnetic resonance imaging of the parotid glands using inversion-recovery sequences at 0.08 T.
One hundred and eight examinations on 103 patients with suspected disease of the salivary glands were studied using a 0.08 T resistive magnet and inversion-recovery pulse sequences. Sixty-eight… Expand
Visually assessed breast density, breast cancer risk and the importance of the craniocaudal view
IntroductionMammographic density is known to be a strong risk factor for breast cancer. A particularly strong association with risk has been observed when density is measured using interactive… Expand
Free intra-peritoneal gall-stones following laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is now the operation of choice for symptomatic gall-bladder stones. Two cases of retained free intra-peritoneal gall-stones following this procedure are described; the… Expand