Long-term computed tomography follow-up after open surgical repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms
- M. Mantoni, K. Neergaard, J. Christoffersen, T. Lambine, N. Bækgaard
- MedicineActa Radiologica
- 1 July 2006
The data indicate that the AS after graft implantation will diminish gradually but will persist for at least 6 months, usually the transverse diameter is bigger than the antero-posterior diameter.
Radioactive seed localisation of non-palpable lymph nodes - A feasibility study.
Targeted ultrasound and fine-needle aspiration cytology for sentinel node diagnostics in early-stage melanoma: a validation study
The results show that US-FNAC was not a useful diagnostic tool in this setting as it did not add significantly to the staging and management of patients with mainly thin cutaneous melanomas, perhaps because of the often small size of the SN metastases.
Can Strain Elastography Predict Malignancy of Soft Tissue Tumors in a Tertiary Sarcoma Center?
Strain elastography may be a valuable adjunct to conventional B-mode ultrasound, perhaps primarily in primary care, when considering whether to refer to a sarcoma center or to biopsy, although biopsies cannot reliably be ruled out based on the current data.
National, clinical cohort study of late effects among survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: the ALL-STAR study protocol
A Nordic, national childhood ALL survivor cohort is established to be investigated for the total somatic and psychosocial treatment-related burden as well as associated risk factors, allowing subsequent linkage to nation-wide public health registers.
Correction to: Ensuring competence in ultrasound-guided procedures—a validity study of a newly developed assessment tool
This work presents a meta-modelling scheme that allows for real-time analysis of the response of the immune system to ultrasound waves and shows clear patterns in response to various types of radiotherapy treatments.
Reply to: Adequate use of radioactive seed localisation. Where we are?
Ensuring competence in ultrasound-guided procedures—a validity study of a newly developed assessment tool
Validity evidence from multiple sources supports the use of the IUSE tool for assessment of competence in ultrasound-guided procedures in a clinical environment and its use in high-stakes assessment such as certification.
Severe sepsis caused by a gas-forming Clostridium perfringens and Klebsiella variicola liver abscess following total pancreatectomy
A 68-year-old man, with a history of hypertension and smoking, who had undergone a total pancreatectomy due to pancreatic cancer, without major complications, was admitted to the local hospital with fever (39.2°C) and abdominal pain one month after the operation.