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An investigation into causative factors in patients with bronchiectasis.
- M. Pasteur, S. Helliwell, M. Keogan
- MedicineAmerican Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care…
- 1 October 2000
Intensive investigation of this population of patients with bronchiectasis led to identification of one or more causative factor in 47% of cases, and the cause identified had implications for prognosis and treatment.
Impact of multidetector CT on donor selection and surgical planning before living adult right lobe liver transplantation.
- I. Kamel, J. Kruskal, E. Pomfret, M. Keogan, G. Warmbrand, V. Raptopoulos
- MedicineAJR. American journal of roentgenology
Multidetector multiphase CT provided comprehensive parenchymal, vascular, and volumetric preoperative evaluation of potential donors undergoing living adult right lobe liver transplantation that allowed the surgeons to plan their surgical approach, and this planning may reduce postoperative complications.
MR cholangiopancreatography of bile and pancreatic duct abnormalities with emphasis on the single-shot fast spin-echo technique.
- K. Vitellas, M. Keogan, C. Spritzer, R. Nelson
- MedicineRadiographics : a review publication of the…
- 1 July 2000
Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is used for noninvasive work-up of patients with pancreaticobiliary disease and a potential use of MRCP is the demonstration of aberrant bile duct anatomy before cholecystectomy.
Radiologic manifestations of sclerosing cholangitis with emphasis on MR cholangiopancreatography.
Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is a relatively new, noninvasive cholangiographic technique that is comparable with invasive endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)…
Nonenhanced helical CT and US in the emergency evaluation of patients with renal colic: prospective comparison.
Nonenhanced CT has a higher sensitivity for the detection of ureteral calculi compared with US, and is superior to conventional CT for the depiction of urolithiasis in patients with an obstructing calculus.
Local recurrence of rectal cancer:evaluation with F-18 fluorodeoxyglucose PET imaging
- M. Keogan, V. Lowe, M. Baker, V. McDermott, H. Lyerly, R. Coleman
- MedicineAbdominal Imaging
- 1 May 1997
FDG-PET scanning using visual and quantitative analyses can identify patients with recurrent colorectal tumor following abdominoperineal resection and visual analysis is equivalent to quantitative analysis for detection of disease.
Survey of medical students and junior house doctors on the effects of medical radiation: is medical education deficient?
- M. McCusker, C. de Blacam, M. Keogan, R. Mcdermott, P. Beddy
- MedicineIrish journal of medical science
- 10 October 2009
The knowledge of basic radiological procedures and patient doses was extremely limited and current undergraduate teaching needs to be expanded and continued post-qualification to improve core understanding and facilitate safe practice.
Right lower quadrant pain and suspected appendicitis: nonfocused appendiceal CT--review of 100 cases.
Both abdominal and pelvic CT examinations are necessary to increase sensitivity and identify the many possible causes of RLQ pain in patients with clinically suspected appendicitis.
In vivo monitoring of tumor angiogenesis with MR imaging.
CT colonography: colonic distention improved by dual positioning but not intravenous glucagon
- M. Morrin, R. Farrell, M. Keogan, J. Kruskal, C. Yam, V. Raptopoulos
- MedicineEuropean Radiology
- 15 January 2002
Colonic distention at CT colonography is improved by dual positioning but not by the administration of intravenous glucagon, and other smooth muscle relaxants, including butyl scopolamine, may only have a limited role in improving colonic distention.