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  1. Magnetic resonance imaging and multidetector computed tomography are new imaging methods that have much to offer clinicians caring for patients with dilated cardiomyopathy. In this article we briefly describe ...

    Authors: Massimo Slavich, Anca Florian and Jan Bogaert

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:101

    Content type: Review

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  2. There are numerous pancreatic and peripancreatic conditions that can mimic pancreatic neoplasms. Many of these can be confidently diagnosed on computed tomography (CT), while others will require further imagin...

    Authors: Tom Sutherland, Angela Galvin and Andrew F. Little

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:103

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  3. PACS and teleradiology systems have led to marked changes in the traditional relationship between referring clinicians and hospital radiology departments. The aim of this study was to assess which factors infl...

    Authors: Richard Lindsay, Steven McKinstry, Stephen Vallely and Gail Thornbury

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:99

    Content type: Original Article

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  4. In the foot and ankle region, benign neoplasms and pseudotumoural soft tissue lesions are significantly more frequent than malignant tumours. The pseudotumoural lesions constitute a heterogeneous group, with h...

    Authors: Erik Van Hul, Filip Vanhoenacker, Pieter Van Dyck, Arthur De Schepper and Paul M. Parizel

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:87

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  5. Paragangliomas are rare tumours derived from the autonomic nervous system that have increasingly been recognised to have a genetic predisposition. Mutations of the enzyme succinyl dehydrogenase (SDH) have prov...

    Authors: Brendan Barber, Mark Ingram, Sameer Khan, Gul Bano, Shirley Hodgson and Ioannis Vlahos

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:96

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  6. There are many disorders that may involve the left ventricular (LV) apex; however, they are sometimes difficult to differentiate. In this setting cardiac imaging methods can provide the clue to obtaining the d...

    Authors: Silvia Cisneros, Ricardo Duarte, Gabriel C. Fernandez-Perez, Daniel Castellon, Julia Calatayud, Iñigo Lecumberri, Eneritz Larrazabal and Berta Irene Ruiz

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:91

    Content type: Review

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  7. The purpose of this article is to illustrate the usefulness of MR imaging in the clinical evaluation of congenital and acquired cardiac diseases characterised by ventricular septal wall motion abnormality. Rec...

    Authors: Cristina Méndez, Rafaela Soler, Esther Rodriguez, Marisol López, Lucia Álvarez, Noela Fernández and Lorenzo Montserrat

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:93

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  8. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and echocardiography are often the primary imaging techniques for many patients with congenital heart disease (CHD). However, with modern generations of CT systems and recent...

    Authors: Bjoern Stinn, Paul Stolzmann, Juergen Fornaro, Dennis Hibbeln, Hatem Alkadhi, Simon Wildermuth and Sebastian Leschka

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:88

    Content type: Review

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  9. Since the 1990s, hybrid imaging by means of software and hardware image fusion alike allows the intrinsic combination of functional and anatomical image information. This review summarises in three parts the s...

    Authors: Thomas Beyer, Lutz S. Freudenberg, Johannes Czernin and David W. Townsend

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:85

    Content type: Review

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Insights into Imaging 2012 3:s13244-011-0136-x

  10. Mimickers of soft tissue tumours in the hand and wrist are more frequent than true neoplastic lesions. Pseudotumours belong to a large and heterogeneous group of disorders, varying from normal anatomical varia...

    Authors: Filip M. Vanhoenacker, Michiel Eyselbergs, Erik Van Hul, Pieter Van Dyck and Arthur M. De Schepper

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:76

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  11. Since the 1990s, hybrid imaging by means of software and hardware image fusion alike allows the intrinsic combination of functional and anatomical image information. This review summarises the state-of-the-art...

    Authors: Thomas Beyer, David W. Townsend, Johannes Czernin and Lutz S. Freudenberg

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:69

    Content type: Review

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  12. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is used as an adjunct to ultrasound in prenatal imaging, the latter being the standard technique in obstetrical medicine.

    Authors: Ursula Nemec, Stefan F. Nemec, Deborah Krakow, Peter C. Brugger, Gustavo Malinger, John M. Graham Jr., David L. Rimoin and Daniela Prayer

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:75

    Content type: Review

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  13. To compare the total work-related radiation dose in our department of radiology with the dose in Dutch residences, taking x-ray radiation, external natural radiation and radon into account.

    Authors: Gerrit J. Kemerink, Marij J. Frantzen, Peter de Jong and Joachim E. Wildberger

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:74

    Content type: Original Article

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  14. The technical developments of imaging methods over the last 2 decades are changing our knowledge of perinatal oncology. Fetal ultrasound is usually the first imaging method used and thus constitutes the refere...

    Authors: Leonor Alamo, Maja Beck-Popovic, François Gudinchet and Reto Meuli

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:73

    Content type: Review

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  15. Thoracic injury overall is the third most common cause of trauma following injury to the head and extremities. Thoracic trauma has a high morbidity and mortality, accounting for approximately 25% of trauma-rel...

    Authors: Anastasia Oikonomou and Panos Prassopoulos

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:72

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  16. Radical pelvic surgery is often required in patients with advanced, persistent or recurrent gynaecological and anorectal malignancies. In the last decade, pedicled flap reconstructions have been increasingly u...

    Authors: Nyree Griffin, Jeremy Rabouhans, Lee A. Grant, Roy L. H. Ng, David Ross, Paul Roblin and Mark L. George

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:70

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  17. Diabetes mellitus (DM) is recognised as a major health problem. Ninety-nine percent of diabetics suffer from type 2 DM and 10% from type 1 and other types of DM. The number of diabetic patients worldwide is ex...

    Authors: Athanasios E. Raptis, Konstantinos P. Markakis, Maria C. Mazioti, Sotirios A. Raptis and George D. Dimitriadis

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:68

    Content type: Review

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  18. To evaluate radiology teaching offered to junior doctors on general medical/surgical rotations, their preferences regarding teaching methods and self-directed learning tools, and their suggestions for improvem...

    Authors: Christiane M. Nyhsen, Cathy Lawson and Jim Higginson

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:52

    Content type: Original Article

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  19. The aims of this review are to compare and contrast the available stereotactic equipment, and to describe the variety of needle types used and their affect on pathological results and subsequent patient manage...

    Authors: Victoria Ames and Peter D. Britton

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:64

    Content type: Review

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  20. The energy spectrum of X-ray photons after passage through an absorber contains information about its elemental composition. Thus, tissue characterisation becomes feasible provided that absorption characterist...

    Authors: Juergen Fornaro, Sebastian Leschka, Dennis Hibbeln, Anthony Butler, Nigel Anderson, Gregor Pache, Hans Scheffel, Simon Wildermuth, Hatem Alkadhi and Paul Stolzmann

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:57

    Content type: Review

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  21. The crazy-paving pattern is a linear pattern superimposed on a background of ground-glass opacity, resembling irregularly shaped paving stones. The crazy-paving pattern is initially described as the pathognomo...

    Authors: Walter De Wever, Joke Meersschaert, Johan Coolen, Eric Verbeken and Johny A Verschakelen

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:60

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  22. Spinal involvement is frequent in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and seronegative spondyloarthritides (SpA), and its diagnosis is important. Thus, MRI and CT are increasingly used, although radiography is the recom...

    Authors: Anne Grethe Jurik

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:61

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  23. Computed tomographic colonography (CTC) is a reliable technique for detecting tumoral lesions in the colon. However, good performance of polyp detection is only achieved if experienced CTC radiologists combine...

    Authors: Philippe Lefere and Stefaan Gryspeerdt

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2011 2:54

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  24. Pneumatosis intestinalis is defined as the presence of gas within the wall of the gastrointestinal tract. Originally described on plain abdominal radiographs, it is an imaging sign rather than a specific diagn...

    Authors: Jin Hong Wang, Alessandro Furlan, Diana Kaya, Satoshi Goshima, Mitchell Tublin and Kyongtae T. Bae

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 2:55

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  25. To assess the feasibility of single-breath-hold three-dimensional cine b-SSFP (balanced steady-state free precession gradient echo) sequence (3D-cine), accelerated with k-t BLAST (broad-use linear acquisition ...

    Authors: Erica Maffei, Giancarlo Messalli, Chiara Martini, Alexia Rossi, Niels van Pelt, Robert-Jan van Geuns, Annick C. Weustink, Nico R. Mollet, Koen Nieman, Annachiara Aldrovandi, Massimo Imbriaco, Jan Bogaert and Filippo Cademartiri

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 2:56

    Content type: Original Article

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  26. Colonic diverticulitis (CD) is a common entity whose diagnosis is particularly based on computed tomography (CT) examination, which is the imaging technique of choice. However, unusual CT findings of CD may le...

    Authors: Ismahen Ben Yaacoub, Isabelle Boulay-Coletta, Marie Christine Jullès and Marc Zins

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 2:51

    Content type: Pictorial Review

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  27. A lung cyst is defined as a round parenchymal lucency or area of low attenuation with a thin wall. They are not uncommon findings on high-resolution (HR) thoracic computed tomography (CT) and when identified, ...

    Authors: Peter Beddy, Judith Babar and Anand Devaraj

    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 2:50

    Content type: Review

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