Periprostatic Adipose Tissue Mapping as a Diagnostic Predictor of Prostate Carcinoma
Shrestha Sukriti, Zhao Xinxiang
Periprostatic adipose tissue is a new topic being investigated to determine its utility in detecting and scoring prostate cancer. In the past, most of the studies related to prostate cancer relied on body mass index (BMI) to measure adiposity but showed conflicting re...Read More
Alan E. Oestreich
In the prone radiograph, a left pneumothorax may outline part of the upper descending aorta with a sharp interface (similar to the sharp edge of the lateral cardiac margin seen in supine radiographs). The sign is illustrated in a 2 month-old male infant with considerable bilateral lung disease.
Eleftherios Lavdas, Nadia Boci, Lia Sarantaenna, Maria Papaioannou, Ioannis Ntavelis, Theodoros Theodoropoulos, Lida Gogou, Panayiotis Mavroidis
Purpose: Acute appendicitis is a clinical emergency and is one of the more common causes of acute abdominal pain. Consequently, to avoid significant unpleasant consequences it is necessary have early diagnosis and treatment. Commonly, in patients with signs of appendi...Read More