Mahati N Reddy

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Over the past few decades, MRI of the prostate has made great strides in improving cancer detection and is being embraced by more clinicians each day. This article aims to review the imaging characteristics of common and uncommon, but consequential lesions involving the seminal vesicles (SV), as seen predominantly on MRI. Many of these findings are seen(More)
O1 Utility of MRI in low and low to moderate density breasts with invasive lobular carcinoma Objective: To determine the feasibility of excluding MRI from the pre-operative diagnostic pathway of invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC) in women with low and low to moderate density breasts on mammography. Methods: A total of 179 cases of ILC were diagnosed between(More)
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