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Non-contrast cardiac CT: much more than only calcium scoring!

This paper shows that we can extract a lot of information from plain cardiac CT. While calcium scoring is an obvious result, it is also possible to learn the amount of epicardial fat, an increasingly recognized prognostic factor of cardiac events, appearance of lungs,...

All you need to know about Post Contrast Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)

These two articles explain in detail AKI and provide recommendations for everyday practice. A “must read” for every radiologist and radiographer, who should adopt these recommendations, and also promote their use in cooperation with referring clinicians. Key points:...

How should we measure IPMN for an optimal follow-up?

IPMN is very common and most patients are only followed-up with an MRI. This study shows that simple manual evaluation in the axial plane is reliable and reproducible. Key points: MRI measurements by different radiologists can be used for IPMN follow-up. Both diameter...

All you need to know about data sharing

There is an expected advantage sharing imaging data, allowing studies based on larger multicentric samples. There are technical solutions to that, and this will probably become a standard for research. Radiologists should be organized in order to increase...

Whole body CT with only 1.5 mSv detects osteolytic lesions

Whole body CT with only 1.5 mSv detects osteolytic lesions Very low-dose CT examinations can be achieved with low kV and tin filtering, reaching a total dose of 1.5 mSv for this whole-body examination. CT can now become a routine tool to detect and follow-up...
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