Publications & Research

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  • Men with high-risk prostate cancer had a significantly lower risk of biochemical relapse when treated with adjuvant radiation therapy after radical prostatectomy, results of a large randomized trial showed. Show Preview
  • To identify predictors of clinically important abnormal findings in computed tomography (CT) images of the head among emergency department (ED) patients without a history of trauma. Show Preview
  • A new technology called stereoscopic digital mammography (SDM) holds significant promise to not only make earlier detection of cancer cells possible, but to help radiologists and doctors see legions that would otherwise be masked. Show Preview
  • The aim of this study was to examine recent CT utilization trends to ascertain if growth is still occurring. Show Preview
  • In the latter half of the 1990s, CT technical advancements proceeded at an extremely rapid pace. The emphasis was on producing exquisite CT image quality and the ability to try these new techniques for, it seemed, almost any indication. Show Preview
  • In a retrospective study of 388 men believed to have low-risk prostate cancer, tumors that were clearly visualized on an initial MRI were significantly more likely to be upgraded or upstaged on later confirmatory biopsy, and to prompt prostatectomy at that time. Show Preview
  • Researchers from the University of Washington School of Medicine and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance also found that DWI’s ability to differentiate between high-risk lesions and other nonmalignant tumor subtypes could enhance patient care and treatment management. Show Preview
  • The study’s authors looked at Medicare Part B databases from 2000 to 2010 and tracked noninvasive diagnostic imaging (NDI) payment trends. Show Preview