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(British Journal of Radiology[TA])
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  • Clinical significance of the post-radiotherapy 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography response in nasopharyngeal cancer. [Journal Article]
  • BJBr J Radiol 2018 Aug 13; :20180045
  • Jeong Y, Jung IH, … Chang SK
  • CONCLUSIONS: In patients that have received definitive (chemo)radiotherapy for nasopharyngeal cancer, 18F-FDG PET within 6 months of completion of treatment has a high negative predictive value for predicting residual disease and is prognostic for long-term treatment outcomes. Patients with remaining focal increased uptake of 18F-FDG at lymph nodes may benefit from more aggressive treatments, and further studies are needed to validate the clinical significance of post-radiotherapy 18F-FDG PET. Advances in knowledge: We found that Post-radiotherapy 18F-FDG PET findings have a high negative predictive value for detecting residual disease and are a significant prognostic factor for treatment outcomes.
  • National survey of imaging practice for suspected or confirmed plasma cell malignancies. [Journal Article]
  • BJBr J Radiol 2018 Aug 13; :20180462
  • Westerland OA, Pratt G, … British Societyof Haematology Imaging Practice Guidelines Working Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Significant challenges remain to standardisation of imaging practice in accordance with national best-practice guidelines. Advances in knowledge: This is the first publication to date evaluating current UK imaging practice for assessing myeloma since the publication of new guidelines recommending use of advanced cross-sectional imaging techniques. Skeletal survey remains the most commonly performed first-line imaging test in patients with suspected or confirmed myeloma and this is largely due to resource limitations within radiology departments.
  • Transcatheter arterial embolization of acute bleeding as 24/7 service: predictors of outcome and mortality. [Journal Article]
  • BJBr J Radiol 2018 Aug 13; :20180516
  • Powerski M, Meyer-Wilmes P, … Pech M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our results provide no evidence for a subjectively perceived increase in TAEs during off-hours but rather appear to show that most TAEs are performed during regular hours. Prompt TAE to control acute bleeding is crucial to prevent a drop in Hb with shock and the need for transfusion, which may promote coagulopathy and rebleeding, all of which are risk factors for a negative outcome. Advances in knowledge: The presented analysis provides insights of occurrences and risk factors for success of transcatheter arterial embolization in acute bleeding in a large study population.
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