Search Results

You are looking at 11 - 20 of 425 items for :

  • Refine by Access: All x
Clear All
Full access

Ghadeer Olleik, Wassim Kassouf, Armen Aprikian, Jason Hu, Marie Vanhuyse, Fabio Cury, Stuart Peacock, Elin Bonnevier, Ebba Palenius, and Alice Dragomir

Health, Inc.), MRI, and Prostarix (Metabolon, Inc.) could be used for screening. 17 – 23 Furthermore, once diagnosed with PCa, patients might benefit from a group of interventions developed to distinguish aggressive cancers (that require treatment) from

Full access

Silviya K. Meletath, Dean Pavlick, Tim Brennan, Roy Hamilton, Juliann Chmielecki, Julia A. Elvin, Norma Palma, Jeffrey S. Ross, Vincent A. Miller, Philip J. Stephens, George Snipes, Veena Rajaram, Siraj M. Ali, and Isaac Melguizo-Gavilanes

weeks 3 and brain MRIs were obtained every 8 weeks. Tumor response was determined using the Macdonald criteria. 4 A 25-year-old man presented to our clinic in February 2013, after being diagnosed with a residual/recurrent high-grade glioma thought to

Full access

Jonathan W. Riess, Seema Nagpal, Joel W. Neal, and Heather A. Wakelee

multiple lymph nodes. MRI of the brain was negative for intracranial disease. The patient was initially treated with carboplatin and pemetrexed for 6 cycles followed by continuation maintenance pemetrexed for 17 cycles, until systemic progression was

Full access

James S. Blachly, Gerard Lozanski, David M. Lucas, Michael R. Grever, Kari Kendra, and Leslie A. Andritsos

months. Unfortunately, after this treatment period, a new satellite nodule developed proximal to the site of the prior excision. Results of PET/CT and MRI scans showed another deeper lesion medially in the midportion of the right arm ( Figure 1 ). Notably

Full access

Lucas Vieira dos Santos, João Paulo Lima, Kathia Cristina Abdalla, Arinilda Campos Bragagnoli, Florinda Almeida Santos, Alexandre dos Anjos Jácome, and Fabiano Elias Porto

. The bone scan showed moderate uptake in the diaphyses of the left tibia and fibula, the distal right humerus, and the proximal radii and femurs bilaterally ( Figure 1 ). MRI performed during this round of imatinib showed ill-defined areas in bone

Full access

Amy Zhou, Manik Amin, Kathryn J. Fowler, Elizabeth M. Brunt, Jesse Keller, and Benjamin Tan

abdominal MRI ( Figure 2A ). Next-generation sequencing of her tumor from the initial biopsy demonstrated a single nucleotide variant in the EGFR gene locus R521K. This polymorphism is of unclear clinical significance in hepatobiliary tract malignancies

Full access

Alvin R. Cabrera, Kyle C. Cuneo, James J. Vredenburgh, John H. Sampson, and John P. Kirkpatrick

Case Report A 58-year-old man with hypertension presented to his primary care provider with right leg weakness. On physical examination, he had diminished right hip flexion and dorsiflexion. Spine MRI showed degenerative disc disease, and his

Full access

Rahul Rastogi, Trusharth Patel, and Robert A. Swarm

pain rather than persistent instability along fracture lines. Acuity of the fracture can be identified through review of older radiographs, if available. If the patient's radiographic history is inconclusive, MRI or bone scan can be used to indentify

Full access

Christopher G. Willett

the rectum.” The new definition is based on MRI delineating the area below a virtual line from the sacral promontory to the upper end of the symphysis. “The MRI definition is potentially very useful. You can say this is rectal cancer and this is

Full access

Kathryn J. Ruddy, Lindsey Sangaralingham, Rachel A. Freedman, Sarah S. Mougalian, Heather Neuman, Caprice Greenberg, Ahmedin Jemal, Narjust Duma, Tufia C. Haddad, Valerie Lemaine, Karthik Ghosh, Tina J. Hieken, Katie Hunt, Celine Vachon, Cary P. Gross, and Nilay D. Shah

. 4 – 7 In contrast to the consistent recommendation for mammography of residual breast tissue in this setting, ACS, ASCO, and NCCN state that there is insufficient evidence to recommend for or against MRI for routine breast cancer surveillance. 1