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  1. This review article discusses technical aspects of computed tomography (CT) imaging of the spine. Patient positioning, and its influence on image quality and movement artefact, is discussed. Particular emphasi...

    Authors: Bernhard Tins
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:47
  2. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) has undergone considerable technology advances in recent years, so that it is now entering into mainstream cardiac imaging practice. In particular, CMR is proving to be...

    Authors: Ailbhe C. O’Neill, Shaunagh McDermott, Carole A. Ridge, Kenneth McDonald, David Keane and Jonathan D. Dodd
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:45
  3. Pancreas transplantation is an effective treatment for type 1 diabetes mellitus and is being increasingly performed worldwide. Early recognition of graft-related complications is fundamental for graft survival...

    Authors: Manuela França, Manuela Certo, Lasalete Martins, Pedro Varzim, Manuel Teixeira, António Castro Henriques, António Manuel Ribeiro and Filipe Caseiro Alves
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:41
  4. In this article we review the ever increasing role of imaging in endometrial and cervical cancer. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has emerged as the most widely used technique in the management of women with ...

    Authors: Shilpa Patel, Sidath H. Liyanage, Anju Sahdev, Andrea G. Rockall and Rodney H. Reznek
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:42
  5. Apart from the historical and clinical relevance of positron emission tomography (PET) with 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose (18F-FDG), various other new tracers are gaining a remarkable place in functional imaging. The...

    Authors: Egesta Lopci, Cristina Nanni, Paolo Castellucci, Gian Carlo Montini, Vincenzo Allegri, Domenico Rubello, Franca Chierichetti, Valentina Ambrosini and Stefano Fanti
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:40
  6. To review the computed tomography (CT) findings of common and uncommon high-attenuation pulmonary lesions and to present a classification scheme of the various entities that can result in high-attenuation pulm...

    Authors: Naim Ceylan, Selen Bayraktaroglu, Recep Savaş and Hudaver Alper
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:39
  7. ECG-gated multislice CT provides a cost-effective, non-invasive technology for evaluation of the coronary arteries, as well as for additional clinical applications, which require morphological assessment of th...

    Authors: Ethan J. Halpern
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:38
  8. The typical histological features of chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis are variable degrees of hepatocellular necrosis and inflammation (activity or grade of disease), fibrosis (stage of disease), and associated...

    Authors: Luis Martí-Bonmatí and Fructuoso Delgado
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:34
  9. Kawasaki disease (KD) is an acute systemic vasculitis that is currently the leading cause of acquired heart disease in childhood in the United States. Cardiovascular complications are the major cause of morbid...

    Authors: Ricardo Duarte, Silvia Cisneros, Gabriel Fernandez, Daniel Castellon, Cesar Cattani, Cíntia A Melo and Asier Apocada
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:35
  10. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relationship of the radiological research activity from 1998 to 2007 to the gross domestic product (GDP), health expenditure and public expenditure on education.

    Authors: David Spitzmueller, Juerg Hodler, Burkhardt Seifert and Marco Zanetti
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:33
  11. The complex regional anatomy of the nose and paranasal sinuses makes the interpretation of imaging studies of these structures intimidating to many radiologists. This paper aims to provide a key to interpretat...

    Authors: Davide Farina, Marco Ravanelli, Andrea Borghesi and Roberto Maroldi
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:30
  12. To describe and classify the varied ultrasound features of tendinous involvement in relation to tophi in chronic tophaceous gout so that they are better recognised.

    Authors: Eloy de Ávila Fernandes, Gabriel B. Sandim, Sônia A. V. Mitraud, Edson S. Kubota, Antonio J. L. Ferrari and Artur R. C. Fernandes
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:31
  13. The objective of this study was to describe the sonographic features of deep-seated lipomas.

    Authors: Bhawan K. Paunipagar, James F. Griffith, Darshana D. Rasalkar, L. T. C. Chow, S. M. Kumta and Anil Ahuja
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:19
  14. The recent decline in autopsy rates and lack of human anatomical material donated for research and training has resulted in issues for medical training in the United Kingdom. This study aims to examine the fea...

    Authors: Silvia Schievano, Neil J. Sebire, Nicola J. Robertson, Andrew M. Taylor and Sudhin Thayyil
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:28
  15. This joint paper outlines the current status and future outlook of the cooperation between radiology specialists and general practitioners. It discusses issues of referrals in primary care, imaging requirement...

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    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:24
  16. Magnetic resonance(MR) imaging is the reference imaging technique in the evaluation of hip abnormalities. However, in some pathological conditions—such as lesions of the labrum, cartilaginous lesions, femoroac...

    Authors: Sébastien Aubry, Danny Bélanger, Caroline Giguère and Martin Lavigne
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:23
  17. Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a primary malignant tumor of the liver that accounts for an important health problem worldwide. Only 10–15% of HCC patients are suitable candidates for hepatic resection and l...

    Authors: Beatrijs A. Seinstra, Otto M. van Delden, Karel J. van Erpecum, Richard van Hillegersberg, Willem P. Th. M. Mali and Maurice A. A. J. van den Bosch
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:27
  18. Because of the importance of biomarkers within medicine as a whole and the increasing realisation that imaging can safely provide biomarkers, the ESR executive commissioned this report by experts in the field....

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    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:25
  19. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the best imaging modality for preoperative assessment of patients with anal fistula. MRI helps to accurately demonstrate disease extension and predict prognosis. This in tur...

    Authors: Michael R. Torkzad and Urban Karlbom
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:22
  20. This study assessed students’ awareness of radiation exposures and determined the impact a curriculum in clinical radiology (CICR) had on awareness.

    Authors: Jennifer O’Sullivan, Owen J. O’Connor, Kevin O’Regan, Bronagh Clarke, Louise N. Burgoyne, Max F. Ryan and Michael M. Maher
    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:9
  21. Rapidly evolving changes in the way that healthcare is administered, coupled with the amazing recent advances within imaging, has necessitated a review of the way in which radiology should be regarded. This re...

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    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:7
  22. This paper re-emphasises the important role of diagnostic ultrasound. It underlines the importance of ultrasound as a non-invasive imaging procedure which does not use ionising radiation. The paper also illust...

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    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:5
  23. This paper provides a comprehensive outline of the audit process advocated for clinical radiologists and clinical radiology departments. The philosophy discussed is equally appropriate for interventional and d...

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    Citation: Insights into Imaging 2010 1:2

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