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15:32 EDT 23rd April 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 300 from Der Radiologe


Teleradiology-update 2014.

Due to economic considerations and thanks to technological advances there is a growing interest in the integration of teleradiological applications into the regular radiological workflow. The legal and technical hurdles which are still to be overcome are being discussed in politics as well as by national and international radiological societies. The European Commission as well as the German Federal Ministry of Health placed a focus on telemedicine with their recent eHealth initiatives. The European Society...


Elastography as an additional tool in breast sonography : Technical principles and clinical applications.

In recent years the use of elastography in addition to sonography has become a routine clinical tool for the characterization of breast masses. Whereas free hand compression elastography results in qualitative imaging of tissue stiffness due to induced compression, shear wave elastography displays quantitative information of tissue displacement. Recent studies have investigated the use of elastography in addition to sonography and improvement of specificity in differentiating benign from malignant breast ma...


Future of mammography-based imaging.

Mammography is the central diagnostic method for clinical diagnostics of breast cancer and the breast cancer screening program. In the clinical routine complementary methods, such as ultrasound, tomosynthesis and optional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are already combined for the diagnostic procedure. Future developments will utilize investigative procedures either as a hybrid (combination of several different imaging modalities in one instrument) or as a fusion method (the technical fusion of two or mor...


Diffusion-weighted breast imaging : Clinical implementation procedure.

Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) of the breast provides additional contrast information in breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The DWI procedure can easily be implemented in the routine breast MRI protocol with little time expenditure regarding image acquisition and evaluation. Evaluation of the DW images can be performed with or without the routine breast MRI sequences (T2w and T1w with contrast material) but evaluation in combination with the routine program is highly recommended. Objective analysis...


Imaging of the elbow joint with focus MRI : Part 2: muscles, nerves and synovial membranes.

This review article discusses the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) features and pathological changes of muscles, nerves and the synovial lining of the elbow joint. Typical imaging findings are illustrated and discussed. In addition, the cross-sectional anatomy and anatomical variants, such as accessory muscles and plicae are discussed. Injuries of the muscles surrounding the elbow joint, as well as chronic irritation are particularly common in athletes. Morphological changes in MRI, for example tennis or go...


Molecular breast imaging : An update.

The aim of molecular imaging is to visualize and quantify biological, physiological and pathological processes at cellular and molecular levels. Molecular imaging using various techniques has recently become established in breast imaging.


Diffuse "porotic" diseases of the skeletal system.


In Process Citation.


Radiology workplace 2.0.


Radiology in combination with hospital communication - challenges, solutions and pitfalls : Radiology IT as important component of electronic patient records in the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE).

Radiological information technology (IT) is nowadays one of many components of an integrated hospital IT structure.


Improvement of the processes around the radiology workplace : Avoidance of time delays.

Radiologists have been confronted with multiple new challenges in recent years. While there has been a steady increase in the number of radiological examinations and imaging material per examination, examination protocols have become more complex and highly time-consuming whereas case-based remuneration is on the decline. The identification of inefficient components in examination processes and reporting is therefore essential. Where and why do time delays occur? How can they be avoided? The following artic...


Radiological media and modern supporting tools in radiology.

Radiology is a field with a high demand on information. Nowadays, a huge variety of electronic media and tools exists in addition to the classical media. Asynchronous and synchronous e-learning are constantly growing and support radiology with case collections, webinars and online textbooks. Various internet resources, social media and online courses have been established. Dynamic websites show a variety of interactive elements and it is easier and faster to access large amounts of data. Social media have a...


Erratum to: Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging. From imaging to diagnosis.


Cancer of unknown primary : Epidemiology and pathogenesis.

The term cancer of unknown primary (CUP) describes by definition epithelial malignancies for which no primary tumor can be found after primary diagnostics have been performed.


Structured diagnostics and therapy of the CUP syndrome.

In the majority of cases, patients with cancer of unknown primary (CUP) have a poor prognosis with no prospect of being cured. Hence, a reasonable focus of diagnostics on its essential targets seems appropriate.


Imaging of the elbow joint with focused MRI : Part 1: examination techniques and sequences for bone and ligaments.

Imaging of the elbow joint places high demands on the quality of imaging due to the challenging anatomy and the sometimes subtle findings. For the diagnosis of periarticular soft tissues, ligamentous structures and in individual cases for fracture and tumor diagnosis, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is mostly groundbreaking and allows a reliable diagnosis in most cases. This review article discusses the complex imaging anatomy and anatomical variants of this joint and the most common osseous and ligamentou...


No exchange of information without technology : Modern infrastructure in radiology.

Modern radiology cannot accomplish the daily numbers of examinations without supportive technology. Even though technology seems to be becoming increasingly more indispensable, business continuity should be ensured at any time and if necessary even with a limited technical infrastructure by business continuity management. An efficient information security management system forms the basis. The early radiology information systems were islands of information processing. A modern radiology department must be a...


Current reporting in radiology : What will happen tomorrow?

Reporting in radiology faces considerable changes in the near future that will be influenced by a broader understanding of the task and increasing technological possibilities.


Change in the Editor of Der Radiologe.


Ergonomically designed radiology workplace.

An ergonomically designed radiology workplace is a key factor for concentrated work during the whole day and is essential in preventing negative long-term effects due to inappropriate physical strain. To avoid such negative effects it is of paramount importance to know the factors that might cause strain on the radiologist, the appropriate application for workplace design to address these factors and how work-related disorders emerge. To minimize physical strain due to long-lasting and repetitive movements,...


IT systems in radiology and IT systems for radiologists.

Radiology plays an important role in introduction and use of information technology (IT) systems in the daily clinical routine. The radiology information system (RIS) and picture archiving and communication system (PACS) are the main systems used in a digital radiology department. In this article the basic principles and functions of these systems and trends in development are described.


Slowly enlarging space-occupying lesion of the posterior head with loss of hair.


Oncological imaging for therapy response assessment.

This review illustrates different radiological methods for therapy response assessment in the field of oncological imaging. Unidimensional measurement of tumor size according to the response evaluation criteria in solid tumors (RECIST) is of utmost importance. The established RECIST definitions of changes in size are decisive for subdivision into the categories complete response (CR), partial response (PR), stable disease (SD) and progressive disease (PD), which are generally accepted as the concise charact...




Sturge-Weber syndrome.

Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS) is a rare congenital disease which affects the brain, the skin and the eyes. It is a sporadically occurring neurocutaneous syndrome affecting the intracerebral veins (venous angiomatosis). The frequency is estimated to be 1 in 50,000 births [1]. The main symptom is intracranial leptomeningeal angiomatosis which mostly affects the occipital and posterior parietal lobes and can occur unilaterally and also bilaterally. Facial cutaneous vascular alterations occur ipsilaterally in the...

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