The validity and applicability of CAD-RADS in the management of patients with coronary artery disease
ConclusionCAD-RADS is valuable for improving CCTA structural reports and facilitating decision-making with high diagnostic accuracy and high reproducibility.
ConclusionFast T2*W sequences demonstrated very good diagnostic performance and inter-reader agreement for detecting SVS in the M1 segment in patients with acute ischemic stroke.
Clinical scores have been proposed to stratify the risk of pulmonary thromboembolism (PTE), although this approach suffers a low specificity and the unavoidable need for computed tomography pulmonary angiography (CTPA) scans.
ConclusionsLobar and tumor volume measurement with CBCT is a reliable alternative to measurement with preprocedural MRI. Utilization of CBCT 3D segmentation software during planning angiography may be useful to provide up-to-date volume measurements and dose calculations prior to radioembolization.
ConclusionSternal wire complications secondary to migration beyond the sternum are rare but potentially fatal. Precise wire location and risk assessment with CT are more appropriate when wire location cannot be clearly delineated by plain film radiography.