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Scientific Reports

2016-06-29

(GCR 2016)  The importance of dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI has been lowered in the latest PI-RADS edition: A reason to reflect on the value of the modality in the diagnosis of prostate cancer.

Speaker: Tobias Franiel, Jena University Hospital, Germany

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2016-06-29

(GCR 2016)  Radiology is playing an increasing role in the detection and classification of prostate tumors. With MRI and PI-RADS, radiologists possess instruments for a structured analysis. But how does urology value the role played by imaging?

Speaker: Martin Schostak, University Hospital Magdeburg, Germany

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2016-06-10

(GCR 2016)  Quantitative MRI is improving HCC diagnosis and contributing to its reliabilit.

Speaker: Roman Kloeckner, University Medical Center Mainz, Germany

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2016-06-08

(GCR 2016)  “There are numerous publications on potential dose reduction in CT examinations,” said Felix G. Meinel, Ludwig Maximilian University Hospital, Munich, Germany. “We analyzed data from around the world in our retrospective study, in order to be able to show the difference between a manual and an automatic dose selection.”

Speaker: Felix G. Meinel, Ludwig Maximilian University Hospital, Munich, Germany

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2016-05-25

(GCR 2016)  Two studies of professional athletes and healthy subjects showed that T2* relaxation times of the knee and upper-ankle cartilage were (in part) significantly longer in the professional athlete group.

Speaker: Cyrus Behzadi, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany

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2016-05-25

(GCR 2016)  In 2013, the updated version of the BI-RADS lexicon was released. The standardization of radiological reporting has been around in breast cancer diagnosis for over 30 years. Now, further structured standards are appearing for other organs.

Speaker: Lale Umutlu, Essen University Hospital, Germany

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2016-05-25

(GCR 2016)  A lateral topogram and automatic tube current modulation reduce the radiation dose during a CT examination.

Speaker: Saravanabavaan Suntharalingam, Essen University Hospital

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