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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.
The authors have followed-up patients who received recurrent injections of Gadoxetate disodium. Iterative measurements of signal intensity in basal ganglia did not reveal any changes over time.
In this meta analysis, the authors point out the potential weaknesses of “anatomical MRI” for evaluating the response to treatment. Conversely, the found that the added value of spectroscopy was high.
This is a practical example of how a machine can learn reading prostatic MR, extracting radiomics and improving the PI-RADS classifciation.
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.
With a systematic review and meta-analysis, the authors arbitrate a competition of EUS, US, ERCP, MRI and CT in the assessment of chronic pancreatitis.
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.
Does IT transformation help or threaten the Radiologist? The authors of this article analyse a possible scenario for the future.