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Utility of Ultrasound Imaging for Diagnosis of Focal Liver Lesions: A Radiomics Analysis

Ultrasound (US) as first-line imaging technology in detecting focal liver lesions,also plays a crucial role in evaluating image and guiding ablation which is the main treatment for liver lesions. However, the effect of US in diagnosing liver lesions is challenged by several factors including being highly dependent on doctor's experience, low signal-to-noise ratio, low resolution for lesion feature,large error from thermal field evaluation during the process of ablation and so o...


A Phase II Study of DMP 115 to Assess Focal Liver Lesions

To determine the optimal dose of DMP 115 to image liver lesions and to assess whether contrast can improve the detection of focal liver lesions.

Ultrasound Elastography in Diagnosing Patients With Kidney or Liver Solid Focal Lesions

This clinical trial studies ultrasound elastography in diagnosing patients with kidney or liver solid focal lesions. New diagnostic procedures, such as ultrasound elastography, may be a less invasive way to check for kidney or liver solid focal lesions.


Characterization of Focal Liver Lesions by Real-Time Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging (CEUS)

The conventional sonography is frequently used to detect incidental focal liver lesions because of its availability, innocuity and low cost. Nevertheless, sensibility and specificity of conventional sonography does not exceed 70% for tumoral affections. Consequently the interest of this practice must be reconsidered by studying its ratio cost/diagnosis contribution. These limitations of conventional sonography have led to the use of other imaging modalities and invasive ...

Automatic Segmentation of Polycystic Liver

Assessing the volume of the liver before surgery, predicting the volume of liver remaining after surgery, detecting primary or secondary lesions in the liver parenchyma are common applications that require optimal detection of liver contours, and therefore liver segmentation. Several manual and laborious, semi-automatic and even automatic techniques exist. However, severe pathology deforming the contours of the liver (multi-metastatic livers...), the hepatic environment...

Non-Invasive Characterization of Focal Liver Lesions in Liver Cirrhosis

This study aims to analyze non-invasive characterization focal liver lesions in patients with liver cirrhosis. The diagnostic accuracy and predictive value of non-invasive methods is studied.

Interventional Sonography Guided by Image Fusion

The purpose of this study is to register the precision of image fusion between live sonography and CT, MRI or PET/CT of liver lesions and other focal lesions in the abdomen. To test whether it will be possible to biopsy guided by image fusion.

An Efficacy and Safety Study of Sonazoid™ and SonoVue® in Participants With Focal Liver Lesions, Undergoing Pre- and Post-Contrast Ultrasound Imaging

The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy of Sonazoid™ and SonoVue® in participants with focal liver lesions (FLLs), by comparing pre-and post-contrast ultrasound examination findings with regard to various aspects of lesion diagnosis including diagnosis as benign versus malignant, specific lesion diagnosis, confidence in diagnosis, and quality of delineation of lesion-related blood vessels (from images obtained during vascular imaging) and detection of lesion pre...

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MS Versus NICE for Colorectal Lesions

OBJECTIVE: Our study aimed to compare a recently-developed endoscopic classification with an established one for colorectal lesions in a randomised trial between 2013 and 2015.

National Colorectal Polyp Care

This study has three main purposes:diagnose: the first purpose is to evaluate the screening value of combintion of the Asia-Pacific Colorectal Screening (APCS) score and immunochemical fecal occult blood test (FIT) on early detection of colorectal cancer/precancerous lesions in Chinese population; resection: the second objective is to investigate the complete resection rate of colorectal adenoma and risk factors of incomplete resection in China; identification and classificat...

MRE-IA in Liver Disease and Neurovascular Imaging

The objective of this research project is to develop Magnetic Resonance Elastography by Intrinsic Activation (MRE-IA) imaging methods at two imaging centers (CRCHUS and CRCHUM) for use in ongoing studies in liver disease and neurovascular imaging. MRE is a developing MR imaging modality that provides detailed maps of tissue's mechanical properties, based on displacement measurements made during the propagation of low amplitude vibrations through the region of interest. MRE-IA u...

Prospective Analysis of Value of Contrast-enhanced Sonography During Biopsies of Focal Liver Masses

We plan to compare complication and success rates between two methods of ultrasound guidance for biopsy of liver lesions, contrast-enhanced and our current protocol without contrast.

Impact of Automatic Polyp Detection System on Adenoma Detection Rate

In recent years, with the continuous development of artificial intelligence, automatic polyp detection systems have shown its potential in increasing the colorectal lesions. Yet, whether this system can increase polyp and adenoma detection rates in the real clinical setting is still need to be proved. The primary objective of this study is to examine whether a combination of colonoscopy and a deep learning-based automatic polyp detection system is a feasible way to increase ade...

Hepatic Arteriography in Liver Cancer Diagnosis and Staging Applications

Primary liver cancer is one of the most common malignant tumor and leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide. Basically therapeutic strategies were considered and given based on the staging of liver cancer. Thus, the confirmatory diagnosis of numbers and distribution of malignant lesions were extreme important. Enhanced CT or MRI is routinely imaging scans to detect and identify lesions. Unfortunately, some malignant lesions usually presented untypical imaging characteris...

Risk Factors for Major Complications After Liver Resection

The aim of this study is to determine the risk factors for major complications following liver resection in the setting of a general surgery-teaching department in Morocco, North Africa

Evaluation of an Automatic Segmentation Software (Pixyl.Neuro) to Track Lesions in Multiple Sclerosis Patients Via Cerebral MRI

Using an automatic software tool, Pixyl.Neuro, to conduct a retrospective analysis (detection of lesions + segmentation of images + tracking over time) of cerebral MRI images acquired during a prospective study of patients presenting with clinically isolated syndrome, and comparing the results against manual analysis.

Evaluation of Gd-EOB-DTPA MRI for Detection and Characterization of Liver Nodules in Cirrhotic Patients Undergoing Liver Transplantation and Potential Impact on Transplant Eligibility

Chronic liver disease including cirrhosis is one of the most important factors in the multi-step progression of hepatocarcinogenesis, from benign regenerative nodules to early hepatocellular carcinomas (HCCs) and finally to overt HCCs. Early diagnosis of HCC, differentiation from benign hepatocellular nodules, and surgical resection of the tumor or transplantation of the liver provide the best chance for long-term survival. Several studies have evaluated MRI enhanced with super...

Liver MRI for Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastasis: Comparative Effectiveness Research for the Choice of Contrast Agents

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been widely used for problem-solving tool in the evaluation of hepatic lesions, and it has been shown to have better sensitivity than CT for detection of colorectal liver metastases, especially for lesions which are smaller than 1 cm. After introduction of a liver-specific hepatobiliary MR contrast agent, gadoxetic acid, gadoxetic acid-enhanced MRI (Gd-EOB-MRI) has been increasingly used for evaluation of liver lesion including CRLM. However...

Automatic Classification of Colorectal Polyps Using Probe-based Endomicroscopy With Artificial Intelligence

Probe-based confocal laser endomicroscopy (pCLE) is an endoscopic technique that enables real-time histological evaluation of gastrointestinal mucosa during ongoing endoscopy examination. It can predict the classification of Colorectal Polyps accurately. However this requires much experience, which limits the application of pCLE. The investigators designed a computer program using deep neural networks to differentiate hyperplastic from neoplastic polyps automatically in pCLE ex...

Study Investigating the Effect of E7337 on Tumor Like Lesions in Computed Tomography (CT) of the Liver

This is a multicenter, randomized, open-label study to investigate the superiority of the contrast enhancement effect of E7337 on tumor-like lesions in the Dynamic CT of the liver.

Classification-Directed Treatment of Low Back Pain

The primary purpose of this proposal is to conduct a prospective, randomized, controlled clinical trial to examine whether or not treatment based on a person's direction-specific, impairment-based LBP classification is more effective than Non-specific treatment in improving short- (6 weeks) and long-term (6 and 12 months) outcomes in people with chronic LBP. A secondary purpose is to identify the prognostic factors that contribute to outcomes in the 2 treatment groups. We hyp...

Evaluation of the Localization and the Treatment by High-intensity Focused Ultrasounds (HIFU) With Focal One® Device of Posterior Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis (DIE) Lesions With Intestinal Involvement

Deep invasive endometriosis (DIE) includes lesions of the rectosigmoid. Theses lesions are associated with painful symptoms that can alter quality of life. High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) is a non-invasive ablative procedure using a high-intensity ultrasound probe to induce tissue devitalization using acoustic cavitation and thermal ablation. Focal One® is a transrectal HIFU device, which is validated to treat prostatic cancer. The primary objective of this clinical ...

Risk Factors and Outcome of Biliary Complications Following Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation

Liver transplantation (LT) is a live-saving therapy for patients with complicated chronic liver diseases and acute liver failure .Even though many complications can occur after LT, biliary complications (BC) are both common and potentially severe . a prospective study and retrospective part from hospital records. Aim of the study: 1. Detect frequency, risk factors for development of biliary complications post living donor liver transplantation, types (stricture ...

Evaluation of the Efficacy of Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound Compared to MRI for Differentiation of Hepatic Lesions

In patients with hepatic lesions, to evaluate the efficacy of contrast enhanced ultrasound compared to MRI in differentiating focal nodular hyperplasia and hepatic adenoma.

Effect of Pregabalin on the Postoperative Analgesia in RFA of Focal Lesions in the Liver

The study aimed to investigate the preemptive analgesia efficacy of of preemptive pregabalin for the postoperative pain management after radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of liver cancer. DESIGN: Prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study.


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