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  1. The objective of this paper is to address the dramatic impact of multislice CT (MSCT) in imaging the liver. Standard helical (spiral) CT has finally allowed for scanning the majority of the liver during the cr...

    Authors: Paul M. Silverman
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:21
  2. Imaging colorectal cancer has become a major indication for positron emission tomography using fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG-PET). In primary diagnosis and staging, the role for this technique is limited but FDG-PET...

    Authors: Ken Miles
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:18
  3. It is important to distinguish liver metastases from incidental benign liver lesions which may be present in patients with cancer. In a minority of cases, sonography or CT may be sufficient to characterise ben...

    Authors: P. J. Robinson
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:17
  4. The occurrence of metastases to pelvic lymph nodes profoundly affects the prognosis of pelvic malignancies, making accurate staging crucial for selecting appropriate treatment. Modalities for the detection of ...

    Authors: Jelle Barentsz
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:17
  5. Multiple myeloma is characterised by a progressive proliferation of malignant plasma cells usually initiating in the bone marrow. The most common manifestations of this disease are bone involvement, renal dise...

    Authors: Michael Patlas, Irith Hadas-Halpern and Eugene Libson
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:15
  6. Because the lungs are the most frequently affected target organs for metastatic disease, their assessment is of paramount importance in the management of oncologic patients. While plain chest radiography is st...

    Authors: G. Schueller and C. J. Herold
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:15
  7. In 1923 Masson described a neo-plastic process consisting of papillary hyperplasia of the vascular endothelial cells, with a consequent obliteration of the vascular lumen, followed by degenerative changes. He ...

    Authors: S. Van den Bogaert, K. Boel, H. Van Poppel, R. Oyen and B. Van Damme
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:14
  8. In lymphoproliferative diseases, bone marrow involvement (BMI) is an essential parameter influencing staging, prognosis and treatment. In addition to pathological analysis of blind bone marrow biopsy, MRI and ...

    Authors: A. Rahmouni, M. Meignan, M. Divine, A. Luciani, C. Haioun, J.-L. Montazel and H. Kobeiter
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:14
  9. This contribution presents an approach to diagnosis in patients known to have malignant disease, who present with neurological symptoms and signs which may be a result of epidural spinal cord compression or in...

    Authors: D. MacVicar
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:13
  10. Although the solitary pulmonary nodule (SPN) is a common presentation of lung cancer, most SPNs are benign. The challenge in evaluating SPNs is to avoid invasive procedures in patients who have benign nodules,...

    Authors: Leslie Eisenbud Quint
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:13
  11. The threshold for detection of pulmonary nodules has decreased due to advances in CT technology. Particularly in sub-centimetre nodules, non-invasive diagnostic procedures are required for classification into ...

    Authors: Stefan Diederich
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:12
  12. Cystic pancreatic neoplasms are uncommon, but are being seen more frequently due to the widespread use of cross-sectional imaging. In this article, we will address the clinical and imaging features of the more...

    Authors: Isaac R. Francis
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:11
  13. The approach to the radiological and clinical evaluation of adrenal masses in the oncologic and non-oncologic patient is discussed. In addition, the value of unenhanced and enhanced CT densitometry with emphas...

    Authors: Isaac R. Francis
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:10
  14. In the management of patients with lymphoma, imaging is essential not only for diagnosis but also to define prognosis and treatment by staging. Imaging is also used to assess the response to treatment that may...

    Authors: A. Rahmouni, M. Divine, S. Kriaa, C. Haïoun, M.-C. Anglade and H. Kobeiter
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:7
  15. Over a period of 3 years, we have collected the carotid ultrasound findings of 189 post-radiotherapy (RT) nasopharyngeal carcinoma patients. The patients had duplex ultrasound examination for assessment of ext...

    Authors: W. W. M. Lam, S. F. Leung, K. H. Liu and K. S. Wong
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:6
  16. The ability to demonstrate tumour foci that are undetected by conventional imaging has resulted in the emergence of positron emission tomography (PET) as a valuable clinical tool in oncology. This article desc...

    Authors: K. A. Miles
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:5
  17. The successful treatment of liver tumours is more likely if they are found early. The use of high-resolution CT and MRI with contrast enhancement allows more sub-centimetre liver lesions to be detected, but so...

    Authors: P. J. A. Robinson
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:5
  18. Nuclear medicine techniques designed to identify bone metastases are reviewed. They include planar and whole body, single photon emission tomography (SPET), F-18 Fluorine and FDG, deoxyglucose, positron emissi...

    Authors: K. E. Britton
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:4
  19. There is no set protocol for imaging prostate cancer, and a selection of a particular modality (TRUS, CT or MRI) often depends on the equipment and local expertise available. None of the imaging modality is pe...

    Authors: Hedvig Hricak
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:3
  20. Imaging plays a vital role in the management of oesophageal cancer including diagnosis, staging and follow up. Computerised tomography (CT) is used for staging and follow up, with magnetic resonance imaging (M...

    Authors: S. C. Rankin
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:3
  21. Cholangiocarcinoma is the most common malignant bile duct and the second most common primary malignant tumor in the liver. It can be classified as intrahepatic (peripheral) or extrahepatic. Extrahepatic cholan...

    Authors: Wolfgang Schima
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:2
  22. Early detection of liver metastases improves outcome in patients treated by chemotherapy, and is also associated with better survival in patients treated surgically. Large liver metastases (greater than about ...

    Authors: P. J. Robinson
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 2:1
  23. Carcinoma of the prostate is a common condition and often spreads to bone. We describe the imaging findings in two patients with known carcinoma of the prostate who presented with visual disturbance (both had ...

    Authors: S. A. Barnard, G. McGann, H. G. Gilbert and S. Elyan
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2015 3:1
  24. Malignancies of the biliary tract include cholangiocarcinoma, gallbladder cancers and carcinoma of the ampulla of Vater. Biliary tract adenocarcinomas are the second most common primary hepatobiliary cancer. D...

    Authors: Tiffany Priyanthi Hennedige, Wee Thong Neo and Sudhakar Kundapur Venkatesh
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2014 14:14
  25. The incremental value of 18FDG PET/CT in patients with breast cancer (BC) compared to conventional imaging (CI) in clinical practice is unclear. The aim of this study was to evaluate the management impact and pro...

    Authors: Alexandre Cochet, Steven David, Kate Moodie, Elizabeth Drummond, Gaelle Dutu, Michael MacManus, Boon Chua and Rodney J Hicks
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2014 14:13
  26. The present study aimed to evaluate the added value of contrast-enhanced computed tomography (ceCT) in comparison to standard, non-enhanced CT in the context of a combined positron emission tomography (PET)/CT...

    Authors: Silvia Morbelli, Raffaella Conzi, Claudio Campus, Giuseppe Cittadini, Irene Bossert, Michela Massollo, Giuseppe Fornarini, Iolanda Calamia, Cecilia Marini, Francesco Fiz, Chiara Ghersi, Lorenzo E Derchi and Gianmario Sambuceti
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2014 14:10
  27. This article reviews the different MRI techniques available for the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of brain metastases with a focus on applying advanced MR techniques to practical clinical problems. Topic...

    Authors: Rasheed Zakaria, Kumar Das, Maneesh Bhojak, Mark Radon, Carol Walker and Michael D Jenkinson
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2014 14:8
  28. Much discussion about benign notochordal cell tissue in vertebrae has centered on the nature of its relationship, if any, to chordoma. Often referred to as benign notochordal cell tumors (BNCTs), these lesions...

    Authors: Jennifer Kreshak, Frédérique Larousserie, Piero Picci, Stefano Boriani, Joseph Mirra, Biagio Merlino, Eugenio Brunocilla and Daniel Vanel
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2014 14:4

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