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(Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation[TA])
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  • Three-dimensional vs. two-dimensional shear-wave elastography of the testes - preliminary study on a healthy collective. [Journal Article]
  • CHClin Hemorheol Microcirc 2016 Nov 23
  • Marcon J, Trottmann M, … Clevert DA
  • CONCLUSIONS: 3D SWE proved to be a feasible diagnostic tool in the assessment of testicular tissue, providing the examiner with a fully accessible three-dimensional map in a multiplanar or multislice view. With this technique a more precise testicular imaging - especially if combined with the display of tissue stiffness in SWE - is available and therefore could improve the diagnostic work-up of scrotal masses or the routine investigation of infertile men. Further studies for a better understanding in the context of various testicular pathologies will be required.
  • Comparison of bipolar radiofrequency ablation zones in an in vivo porcine model: Correlation of histology and gross pathological findings. [Journal Article]
  • CHClin Hemorheol Microcirc 2016 Nov 18
  • Gemeinhardt O, Poch FG, … Lehmann KS
  • CONCLUSIONS: White zone and red zone could clearly be distinguished in gross pathology and histology after bipolar RFA of porcine liver tissue in vivo. The red zone could be differentiated into an inner zone of viable and non-viable cells and an outer zone with high cell viability and intercellular edema. A strong correlation of micro- and macro-morphology could be shown for all three ablation zones. With this knowledge, gross pathological examination can be used as a reliable indicator of lethally damaged tissue in bipolar RFA of in vivo porcine liver.
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