Nidhi Sibal

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OBJECTIVE In the UK, guidewires have traditionally been used for localization of non-palpable breast lesions in patients undergoing breast conservation surgery (BCS). Radioactive seed localization (RSL) using Iodine-125 seeds is an alternative localization method and involves inserting a titanium capsule, containing radioactive Iodine-125, into the breast(More)
We present a rare case of a child with a Wilm's tumor with an intravascular tumor-thrombus extending from the inferior vena cava to the right ventricle via the tricuspid valve. Rapid tumor progression resulted in life-threatening clinical deterioration. Radiologic and cardiac imaging demonstrated the extent of the intravascular extension of her(More)
O1 Accuracy of GE digital breast tomosynthesis versus supplementary mammographic views for diagnosis of screen-detected soft tissue breast lesions Eleanor Cornford, Anne Turnbull, Jonathan James, Rachel Tsang, Tayeba Akram, Helen Burrell, Lisa Hamilton, Sarah Tennant, Mark Bagnall, Shama Puri, Graham Balls, Yan Chen, Vivienne Jones Nottingham Breast(More)
INTRODUCTION Radioactive seed localisation (RSL) has become increasingly popular for localisation of non-palpable breast tumours. This is largely due to advantages it offers in terms of practicality and convenience when compared to guide wire localisation (WL). This institute switched from using WL to RSL in September 2014. The primary aim was to assess(More)
O1 Validation of a new automated volumetric breast density measurement system as a marker of breast cancer risk K Pinker1,2, N Perry2, S Milner2, K Mokbel2, S Duff y3 1Department of Radiology, Division of Molecular and Gender Imaging, Medical University Vienna, Austria; 2Princess Grace Hospital, The London Breast Institute, London, UK; 3Wolfson Institute,(More)
O1 Accuracy of GE digital breast tomosynthesis versus supplementary mammographic views for diagnosis of screen-detected soft tissue breast lesions Eleanor Cornford, Anne Turnbull, Jonathan James, Rachel Tsang, Tayeba Akram, Helen Burrell, Lisa Hamilton, Sarah Tennant, Mark Bagnall, Shama Puri, Graham Balls, Yan Chen, Vivienne Jones Nottingham Breast(More)
Introduction: This multicentre randomised controlled trial investigated whether a computed tomography (CT) scan of the axilla could more accurately assess whether the axillary lymph nodes were involved with malignancy in patients with newly diagnosed breast cancer and therefore influence surgical decision-making with regard to axillary surgery. Methods:(More)
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