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Spinal metastases from renal cell carcinoma: effect of preoperative particle embolization on intraoperative blood loss.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Surgical repair of spinal metastases from renal origin is often complicated by excessive bleeding. The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of preoperativeExpand
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Structure, function, and degeneration of bovine hyaline cartilage: assessment with MR imaging in vitro.
The basic magnetic resonance (MR) imaging pattern of normal and degenerated hyaline articular cartilage was studied in vitro in 40 fresh bovine patellae. With the use of an ample spectrum of stronglyExpand
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Diagnosis of liver metastases from colorectal adenocarcinoma
Purpose: the purpose of this study was to determine whether MR with and without SPIO (AMI-25) could replace spiral-CTAP in the staging of colorectal adenocarcinoma Material and Methods: Thirty-fiveExpand
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[Radiological placement of peripheral central venous access ports at the forearm. Technical results and long term outcome in 391 patients].
PURPOSE To retrospectively analyze the technical result and long term outcome of central venous arm ports placed by radiologists. MATERIALS AND METHOD Over a 5-year period, 399 arm ports wereExpand
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Ischiogluteal bursitis mimicking soft-tissue metastasis from a renal cell carcinoma
Abstract. We report a case of ischiogluteal bursitis mimicking a soft-tissue metastasis from a renal cell carcinoma. A 66-year-old woman suffered from pain over the left buttock 6 months after sheExpand
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Detection of simulated chest lesions with normal and reduced radiation dose: comparison of conventional screen-film radiography and a flat-panel x-ray detector based on amorphous silicon.
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES The authors compared a solid-state amorphous silicon (a-Si) detector and screen-film radiography (SFR) with regard to the detection of simulated pulmonary lesions. EvaluationExpand
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Amorphous silicon, flat-panel, x-ray detector versus screen-film radiography: effect of dose reduction on the detectability of cortical bone defects and fractures.
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES The purpose of this phantom study was to assess the diagnostic performance of a self-scanning, solid-state amorphous silicon (a-Si) detector in skeletal radiography usingExpand
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Clinical application of a flat-panel X-ray detector based on amorphous silicon technology: image quality and potential for radiation dose reduction in skeletal radiography.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to compare images obtained with a self-scanning, flat-panel X-ray detector based on amorphous silicon technology with conventional screen-film radiographs andExpand
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Digital radiography of the skeleton using a large-area detector based on amorphous silicon technology: image quality and potential for dose reduction in comparison with screen-film radiography.
AIM The purpose of this study was to evaluate a large-area, flat-panel X-ray detector (FD), based on caesium-iodide (CsI) and amorphous silicon (a-Si) with respect to skeletal radiography.Expand
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Chest Radiography With a Large-Area Detector Based on Cesium-Iodide/Amorphous-Silicon Technology: Image Quality and Dose Requirement in Comparison With an Asymmetric Screen–Film System
The purpose of this study was to evaluate a large-area, flat-panel X-ray detector, which uses cesium-iodide (CsI) and amorphous silicon (a-Si). Conventional images were compared with digital imagesExpand
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