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Reply to Letter to the Editor: Six-year prospective evaluation of second look US with volume navigation for MRI detected additional breast lesions.

Dear Editor, We were very interested to read the letter from Dr. Erkin Aribal comprising an intriguing comment on our article [1]. Nevertheless, we feel it is important to note several inaccuracies of interpretation in it. Firstly, we should like to stress the fact...
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Letter to the Editor: Six-year prospective evaluation of second look US with volume navigation for MRI detected additional breast lesions.

We commend Fausto et al [1] for demonstrating the effectiveness of volume navigation technique (VNT) in finding MR only detected breast lesions after a negative second look US. We also used VNT in MR only detected lesions and showed its effectiveness as a guidance for...
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Reply to Letter to the Editor: Quantitative parameters of CT texture analysis as potential markers for early prediction of spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage enlargement.

We thank Drs. Xia et al. for their interest in our study and appreciate the opportunity to address their comments. First, there were so many feature parameters from gray-histogram. Different algorithms in different software can work out 30-40 parameters [1,2]. Adding...
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Letter to the Editor: Non-contrast CT texture analysis in predicting intracerebral hemorrhage growth

Letter to the Editor: With great interest, we read the article by Shen et al [1]. (Shen Q, Shan Y, Hu Z, et al: Quantitative parameters of CT texture analysis as potential markers for early prediction of spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage enlargement. Eur Radiol...
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Reply to the Letter to the Editor: Placenta accreta and intraarterial balloon occlusion: Preset or inflate and occlude where?

We thank Matsubara S. and colleagues for their comments on our recent article about prophylactic balloon occlusion (PBO) in patients with placenta accreta. First of all, our article is a retrospective study, in this period, balloons implanted in 5 patients did not...
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Letter to the Editor: Placenta accreta and intraarterial balloon occlusion: Preset or inflate and occlude where?

Dear Editor, We commend Li et al. [1] for demonstrating the effectiveness of intra-arterial balloon occlusion in surgery for placenta accreta. Balloon occlusion (internal iliac (IIA), common iliac (CIA), or infrarenal abdominal aorta (IAA)) reduced bleeding more than...
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Reply to: Breast cancer subtypes may obscure robust classification of breast tumors with brain metastases from other cancers

Dear Editor, First of all, we would like to thank Dr. Altundag for his interest in our work and thoughtful suggestions to improve our conclusions [1]. We agree with the reader that a possible reason for the unsatisfactory results when classifying brain metastases (BM)...
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Translations

As the family of radiologists is steadily growing, it is becoming more and more important for the community of experts to keep track of the exciting new research their colleagues conduct in other parts of the world.

Without doubt, English today is the lingua franca of science, but it is also true that a majority of scientists do not speak English as their mother tongue. Reading research articles in their mother tongue makes it easier for scientists to concentrate on the scientific message rather than on the foreign language.

Tenemos el placer de presentarles los resúmenes, puntos y palabras clave de los artículos publicados en European Radiology en español. Queremos ofrecer este servicio a la comunidad científica hispanohablante, y esperamos que les facilite la selección de artículos interesantes. Las traducciones se han realizado minuciosamente por radiólogos con excelentes conocimientos del español y el inglés, coordinadas y editadas por el Dr Antonio López Rueda (Murcia/ES).

We would like to thank the CSR for their cooperation and their excellent pioneering work in this field: The Chinese Society of Radiology (CSR): the abstracts of articles published in the printed issues of European Radiology are translated into Chinese (Mandarin). It is our pleasure to offer this service to the Chinese speaking radiology community, and to add to the high profile of these studies and case reports by making them more easily accessible.