- Full text PDF available (5)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (1)
- Last 10 years (8)
Journals and Conferences
Intestinal ischemia and infarction are a heterogeneous group of diseases that have as their unifying theme hypoxia of the small bowel or colon. The incidence of bowel ischemia and infarction is on… (More)
The subperitoneal space is a large, unifying, anatomically continuous potential space that connects the peritoneal cavity with the retroperitoneum. This space is formed by the subserosal areolar… (More)
Small bowel neoplasms comprise only 1% of gastrointestinal neoplasms. Despite their rarity, it is important to diagnose small bowel tumours early to maximize patient survival.
Technical advances in cross-sectional imaging have led to the discovery of incidental cystic pancreatic lesions in the oncology and non-oncology population that in the past remained undetected. These… (More)
Multidetector-row computed tomography (MDCT) has become the primary imaging test for the staging and follow-up of most malignancies that originate outside of the central nervous system. Technical… (More)
Small bowel obstruction and large bowel obstruction account for approximately 20% of cases of acute abdominal surgical conditions. The role of the radiologist is to answer several key questions: Is… (More)
Recent advances in multidetector-row computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasonography have led to the detection of incidental hepatic lesions in both the oncology and nononcology… (More)
The treatment of gallbladder disease has been revolutionized by improvements in laparoscopic surgery as well as endoscopic and radiologic interventional techniques. Therapeutic success is dependent… (More)
Intestinal ischemia and infarction are a heterogeneous group of diseases that have as their unifying theme hypoxia of the small bowel and/or colon. The incidence of bowel ischemia is increasing for a… (More)
Upper GI tumours have a dismal prognosis. Only early diagnosis and accurate staging can optimize patient management.