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A must read before you submit (and even write) a scientific manuscript

It is so common that excellent research is rejected because the authors did not prepare correctly the manuscript! Very few come with a correct discussion, which is the most commonly read part of the paper, altogether with the abstract and the illustrations.
Scientific papers are published in order to be understood. Never forget that.

Radiomics, radiogenomics : imaging phenotypes and gene expression in HCC

This study, though preliminary, shows that there is some correlation between a combination of imaging features (imaging phenotype) and genotype for the definition of aggressive disease. We need to be prepared for these analyses comprising multiple imaging traits because they may be helpful in the evlautaion of the prognosis, and therefore in making personalized decisions.

Beware of small ground-glass nodules

Beware of small ground-glass nodules

Small ground-glass lung nodules are common. Be careful, it might be a very invasive tumor. This article tells you more about the small signs that may draw your attention.

Posterior fossa stroke on brain CT

Posterior fossa stroke on brain CT

Does iterative mode reconstruction designed for brain CT have a positive effect on the accuracy of posterior fossa stroke diagnosis on brain CT? Read about the findings in the study below.

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