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Type 2 diabetes is characterised by a gradual decline in insulin secretion in response to nutrient loads; hence, it is primarily a disorder of postprandial glucose (PPG) regulation. However, physicians continue to rely on fasting plasma glucose (FPG) and glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c) levels as indicators for disease management. There is a linear… (More)
Increasing histological and radiological understanding of the processes involved in soft-tissue injury is leading to novel targeted treatments. A number of reviews have recommended that these treatments should be performed with image guidance. This review describes current ultrasound-guided interventions and injections, together with the level of evidence… (More)
This panel will debate various approaches to improving video search, and explore how professional cataloguing, crowd sourced metadata, and improvements in search algorithms will evolve over the next ten years. Panelists will explore the needs of large scale video archives, and compare these against the current capabilities of video search.
This case of splenic peliosis, describes a rare condition when it presents in the spleen, and is better understood when it occurs in the liver. However, the ultrasound and CT features have a wide differential diagnosis including more common aetiologies, of either a vascular, infective or neoplastic nature, which should be considered. Peliosis is an… (More)