Incidental findings in MRI of the paranasal sinuses in adults: a population-based study (HUNT MRI)

@inproceedings{Hansen2014IncidentalFI,
  title={Incidental findings in MRI of the paranasal sinuses in adults: a population-based study (HUNT MRI)},
  author={Aleksander Grande Hansen and A S Helvik and St{\aa}le Nordg{\aa}rd and Vegard Bugten and Lars Stovner and Asta Kristine H{\aa}berg and Mari G{\aa}rseth and Heidi Beate Eggesb\o},
  booktitle={BMC ear, nose, and throat disorders},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Diagnostic imaging of the head is used with increasing frequency, and often includes the paranasal sinuses, where incidental opacifications are found. To determine the clinical relevance of such findings can be challenging, and for the patient such incidental findings can give rise to concern if they are over-reported. Studies of incidental… CONTINUE READING