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1130962

Acquiring initial American Board of Radiology certification in the United States.

1130961

Implications of Web of Science journal impact factor for scientific output evaluation in 16 institutions and investigators' opinion.

Journal based metrics is known not to be ideal for the measurement of the quality of individual researcher's scientific output. In the current report 16 contributors from Hong Kong SAR, India, Korea, Taiwan, Russia, Germany, Japan, Turkey, Belgium, France, Italy, UK, The Netherlands, Malaysia, and USA are invited. The following six questions were asked: (I) is Web of Sciences journal impact factor (IF) and Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) citation the main academic output performance evaluation to...

1130960

Poly Implant Prothèse (PIP) incidence of rupture: a retrospective MR analysis in 64 patients.

The purpose of this retrospective study was to describe the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) features of Poly Implant Prothèse (PIP) hydrogel implants in a group of 64 patients and to assess the incidence of rupture, compared to other clinical trials.

1130959

Paediatric cerebrovascular CT angiography-towards better image quality.

Paediatric cerebrovascular CT angiography (CTA) can be challenging to perform due to variable cardiovascular physiology between different age groups and the risk of movement artefact. This analysis aimed to determine what proportion of CTA at our institution was of diagnostic quality and identify technical factors which could be improved.

1130958

Two public chest X-ray datasets for computer-aided screening of pulmonary diseases.

The U.S. National Library of Medicine has made two datasets of postero-anterior (PA) chest radiographs available to foster research in computer-aided diagnosis of pulmonary diseases with a special focus on pulmonary tuberculosis (TB). The radiographs were acquired from the Department of Health and Human Services, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA and Shenzhen No. 3 People's Hospital in China. Both datasets contain normal and abnormal chest X-rays with manifestations of TB and include associated radiologist r...

1130957

MRI assessment of cardiac tumours: part 1, multiparametric imaging protocols and spectrum of appearances of histologically benign lesions.

Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the reference standard technique for assessment and characterization of a suspected cardiac tumour. It provides an unrestricted field of view, high temporal resolution and non-invasive tissue characterization based on multi-parametric assessment of the chemical micro-environment. MRI exploits differences in hydrogen proton density in conjunction with T1 and T2 relaxation properties of different tissues to help differentiation normal from abnormal and benign from m...

1130956

MRI assessment of cardiac tumours: part 2, spectrum of appearances of histologically malignant lesions and tumour mimics.

Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the reference standard technique for assessment and characterization of a suspected cardiac tumour. It provides an unrestricted field of view, high temporal resolution and non-invasive tissue characterization based on multi-parametric assessment of the chemical micro-environment. Sarcomas account for around 95% of all primary malignant cardiac tumours with lymphoma, and primary pericardial mesothelioma making up most of the remainder of cases. By contrast cardiac ...

1130955

Introduce fair competition mechanism in China healthcare system.

1130954

Relative income of clinical faculty members vs. science faculty members in university settings-a short survey of France, Hong Kong, India, Japan, South Korea, The Netherlands, Taiwan, UK, and USA.

1130953

Passion and hard work produces high quality research in UK: response to Focus on China: should clinicians engage in research? and lessons from other countries.

1130952

Inner annulus fibrosus in non-degenerated intervertebral disc shows bright signal on T2 weighted MR image.

1130951

CT features of metanephric adenoma: a case report and review of the literature.

Metanephric adenoma (MA) is an extremely rare, benign neoplasm of the kidney. Ultrasound and computed tomography (CT) features of a case of MA in a 49-year-old woman were presented in this paper to enrich imaging manifestations of this rare entity. At plane CT, a solid mass with calcification spots was noted. After iv contrast agency, the mass showed slight irregular peripheral enhancement in the corticomedullary phase, which was obviously lower than surrounding renal cortex. Slowly filling-in was noticed i...

1130950

Massive alveolar haemorrhage: a rare life threatening complication of Wegener's granulomatosis-report of a rare case.

Massive diffuse alveolar haemorrhage (DAH) is an unusual, frequently life threatening and still treatable complication of Wegener's granulomatosis (WG) associated with mortality in more than 66% of cases. DAH is a syndrome that can be a manifestation of variety of disorders. WG, a multisystem necrotising granulomatous vasculitis should always be considered as a possible etiological factor in these patients with or without involvement of other systems, as an early diagnosis and aggressive management with cyt...

1130949

Lymphoepithelial carcinoma arising from the maxillary antrum: a clinicopathological report of a rare lesion in an unusual site.

Lymphoepithelial carcinoma (LEC) of the maxillary sinus is an exceedingly rare malignancy. It may be asymptomatic or present with non-specific obstructive nasal symptoms which makes its pre-operative diagnosis very challenging. This report describes our clinical and radiological findings in a 45-year-old Indian female patient with locally-advanced LEC of the right maxillary antrum. Histopathological and immunohistochemical results are also discussed. The case was effectively managed by external beam radioth...

1130948

Neuroendocrine tumor of the gallbladder with spectral CT.

Neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) are neoplasms that arise from neural crest argyrophil cells, and often occur to the elderly, female and patients with cholelithiasis. In this case, the female patient was 38 years old and admitted into the hospital for interrupted right upward abdominal pain for 2 years plus aggravated with nausea and anorexia for 1 week. Ultrasound showed gallbladder space-occupying lesions and spectral computed tomography (CT) suggested of retroperitoneal lymph node metastasis. The patient was...

1130947

Gene Expression Profiling of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) and Crisp Grass Carp.

Grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) is one of the most important freshwater fish that is native to China, and crisp grass carp is a kind of high value-added fishes which have higher muscle firmness. To investigate biological functions and possible signal transduction pathways that address muscle firmness increase of crisp grass carp, microarray analysis of 14,900 transcripts was performed. Compared with grass carp, 127 genes were upregulated and 114 genes were downregulated in crisp grass carp. Gene ontol...

1130946

The Role of MRI in Prostate Cancer Active Surveillance.

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer diagnosis in American men, excluding skin cancer. The clinical behavior of prostate cancer varies from low-grade, slow growing tumors to high-grade aggressive tumors that may ultimately progress to metastases and cause death. Given the high incidence of men diagnosed with prostate cancer, conservative treatment strategies such as active surveillance are critical in the management of prostate cancer to reduce therapeutic complications of radiation therapy or radical ...

1130945

Expression of Phosphocitrate-Targeted Genes in Osteoarthritis Menisci.

Phosphocitrate (PC) inhibited calcium crystal-associated osteoarthritis (OA) in Hartley guinea pigs. However, the molecular mechanisms remain elusive. This study sought to determine PC targeted genes and the expression of select PC targeted genes in OA menisci to test hypothesis that PC exerts its disease modifying activity in part by reversing abnormal expressions of genes involved in OA. We found that PC downregulated the expression of numerous genes classified in immune response, inflammatory response, a...

1130944

Bone Tissue Engineering for Dentistry and Orthopaedics.

1130943

A Rare Cause of Postpartum Low Back Pain: Pregnancy- and Lactation-Associated Osteoporosis.

Pregnancy- and lactation-associated osteoporosis (PLO) is a rare form of osteoporosis. It results in severe low back pain in the last trimester of pregnancy and in the postpartum period, decreases in height, and fragility fractures, particularly in the vertebra. The current case report presents a 32-year-old patient who presented with back and low back pain that began in the last trimester of the pregnancy and worsened at two months postpartum and who was diagnosed with pregnancy- and lactation-associated o...

1130942

Multiparametric MRI in Prostate Cancer.

1130941

Resveratrol as a Therapeutic Agent for Alzheimer's Disease.

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia, but there is no effective therapy till now. The pathogenic mechanisms of AD are considerably complex, including Aβ accumulation, tau protein phosphorylation, oxidative stress, and inflammation. Exactly, resveratrol, a polyphenol in red wine and many plants, is indicated to show the neuroprotective effect on mechanisms mostly above. Recent years, there are numerous researches about resveratrol acting on AD in many models, both in vitro and in vi...

1130940

Complex Network-Driven View of Genomic Mechanisms Underlying Parkinson's Disease: Analyses in Dorsal Motor Vagal Nucleus, Locus Coeruleus, and Substantia Nigra.

Parkinson's disease (PD)-classically characterized by severe loss of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta-has a caudal-rostral progression, beginning in the dorsal motor vagal nucleus and, in a less extent, in the olfactory system, progressing to the midbrain and eventually to the basal forebrain and the neocortex. About 90% of the cases are idiopathic. To study the molecular mechanisms involved in idiopathic PD we conducted a comparative study of transcriptional interaction networks i...

1130939

Quantification of an External Motion Surrogate for Quality Assurance in Lung Cancer Radiation Therapy.

The purpose of this work was to validate the stability of the end exhale position in deep expiration breath hold (DEBH) technique for quality assurance in stereotactic lung tumor radiation therapy. Furthermore, a motion analysis was performed for 20 patients to evaluate breathing periods and baseline drifts based on an external surrogate. This trajectory was detected using stereo infrared (IR) cameras and reflective body markers. The respiratory waveform showed large interpatient differences in the end exha...

1130938

Multiparametric MRI for Localized Prostate Cancer: Lesion Detection and Staging.

Multiparametric MRI of the prostate combines high-resolution anatomic imaging with functional imaging of alterations in normal tissue caused by neoplastic transformation for the identification and characterization of in situ prostate cancer. Lesion detection relies on a systematic approach to the analysis of both anatomic and functional imaging using established criteria for the delineation of suspicious areas. Staging includes visual and functional analysis of the prostate "capsule" to determine if in situ...


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