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Post-mortem imaging as an alternative to autopsy in the diagnosis of adult deaths: a validation study
Technical report: diagnosis of coronary artery disease using minimally invasive autopsy: evaluation of a novel method of post-mortem coronary CT angiography.
Ultrasound guided cytological aspiration of supraclavicular lymph nodes in patients with suspected lung cancer
Ultrasound guided FNAC is a promising, relatively non-invasive technique for the staging and diagnosis of patients with lung cancer.
Does Intensive Follow-up Alter Outcome in Patients with Advanced Lung Cancer?
- R. Benamore, F. Shepherd, S. Herman
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of thoracic oncology : official…
- 1 April 2007
In patients with locally advanced NSCLC, frequent cross-sectional imaging does not alter survival after combined modality therapy and there was no significant difference in survival between trial and nontrial patients.
Reversed halo sign in lymphomatoid granulomatosis.
A case of histologically proven lymphomatoid granulomatosis is described in a patient who presented initially with the more typical nodular opacities, which subsequently progressed into the reversed halo sign.
Image-guided pleural biopsy: diagnostic yield and complications.
Readily accessible CT scoring method to quantify fibrosis in IPF
- E. Fraser, V. St Noble, R. Hoyles, R. Benamore, L. Ho
- MedicineBMJ open respiratory research
- 1 June 2020
TFS and the 6-slices method of quantifying traction bronchiectasis on CT scans could be readily accessible and simple methods of quantify lung fibrosis in IPF and could assist in determining if clinical deterioration is due to worsening fibrosis.
Use of imaging in the management of malignant pleural mesothelioma.
Effect of 10-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on the incidence of radiologically-confirmed pneumonia and clinically-defined pneumonia in Kenyan children: an interrupted time-series analysis
Diagnostic accuracy, safety and utilisation of respiratory physician-delivered thoracic ultrasound
Respiratory physician-delivered thoracic ultrasound appears to be safe and effective in the diagnosis/intervention of pleural effusion, and is associated with a major complication rate comparable with that of published studies.