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The proliferation of multidisciplinary team meetings (MDTMs): how can radiology departments continue to support them all?
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The MDTM is a challenging but worthwhile demand on the modern radiologist’s time and solutions to the increasing MDTM workload include demonstrating MDTM related benefits, improved efficiency, and accurate job planning. Expand
Quantitative and qualitative assessment of a coding system for reporting CT colonography.
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High interobserver agreement was observed for C coding, suggesting it is a reproducible method of classifying intra-colonic CTC findings, and recommendations for refining and improving the coding system are provided. Expand
A national audit of radiology practice in cancer multidisciplinary team meetings.
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Radiologists are unable to comprehensively attain the RCR MDTM standards on providing and documenting a specialist opinion on the imaging, and improved utilisation of pre-MDTMs/pro-forma and information technology in MDTMs may further aid radiologists to provide consistent high-quality contribution towards MDT Ms. Expand
URODYNAMIC DIAGNOSIS OF BLADDER OUTFLOW OBSTRUCTION IN WOMEN
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The aim of this study is to derive a nomogram for women that would help in diagnosing bladder outflow obstruction, BOO. Expand
An elderly woman with obstruction
A thin, 87 year old, white woman presented with absolute constipation that had lasted for three days, abdominal pain, and vomiting. She also complained of a severe pain in her right thigh radiatingExpand
What is the impact of CT colonography interpretation by advanced practitioner radiographers on delivery of the 28 day colorectal cancer target?
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This study supports the integration of the advanced practitioner radiographer into the entire radiological processes of a CTC, with time advantages apparent for both diagnostics, but also the decision to treat. Expand
Metastatic small cell lung cancer presenting as acute pancreatitis: Diagnosis with magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography
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The case illustrates the clinical radiological conundrum concurrent acute pancreatitis can produce to the diagnosis of pancreatic metastases along with how the superior tissue characterization of MRI despite the absence of intravenous contrast can be utilized to better identify solid pancreatic lesions and contribute towards the diagnosis. Expand
A novel non-invasive index of oxygenation and prediction of outcomes for patients on high-flow nasal cannula
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A novel non‐invasive index of oxygenation (flow x FiO2/SpO2) at predicting outcomes in patients with ARF managed with high flow nasal prongs (HFNP) was able to predict success of HFNP in ARF at 24 hours. Expand
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