What’s New in Gastrointestinal Imaging? – May 2022

Richard Fagan – ACORE May Colonoscopy versus catheter angiography for lower gastrointestinal bleeding after localization on CT angiography. Tse JR, Felker ER, etal. J Am Coll Radiol. 2022;19:513-520   This study compared outcomes of catheter angiography (CA) versus colonoscopy after successful CT angiographic (CTA) localization of lower GI bleed. The primary outcomes that the authors […]

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What’s New in Gastrointestinal Imaging? – May 2022

ACORE GI- Dane Eskildsen Low-dose Abdominal CT for evaluating suspected appendicitis in adolescents and young adults: review of evidence – Korean Journal of Radiology Concerns about carcinogenic risk have prompted attempts to reduce CT radiation dose for diagnosis of appendicitis. One option to mitigate this risk is low-dose appendiceal CT (LDCT), although adoption has been […]

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What’s New in Gastrointestinal Imaging – March 2022

Gastrointestinal Imaging ACORE Is the Mixed-Use of Magnetic Resonance Enterography and Computed Tomography Enterography Adequate for Routine Periodic Follow-Up of Bowel Inflammation in Patients with Crohn’s Disease? – J Ha et al. Korean Jor of Radiology Both CT enterography (CTE) and MR enterography (MRE) are considered appropriate for therapeutic monitoring of Chron’s disease (CD), specifically […]

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What’s New in Gastrointestinal Imaging – March 2022

Gastrointestinal Imaging ACORE Correlation and prognostic value of CT-detected extramural venous invasion and pathological lymph-vascular invasion in colon cancer. Guan, Z., Zhang, XY., Li, XT. et al. Abdom Radiol 47, 1232–1243 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00261-022-03414-7   For patients with colon cancer, radical surgical resection is the primary treatment method for local disease control. Patients with high risk […]

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What’s New in MSK Imaging? – March 2022

Cotyloid Fossa Coverage Percentages May Be Associated With Alpha Angle, Labral Tear, and Clinical Outcomes in Patients With Femoroacetabular Impingement Yoichi Murata, Lauren Pierpoint,  Madeleine DeClercq,  Carly Lockard, Maitland Martin, Naomasa Fukase, Rui Soares, Patrick Quinn, Charles P Ho, Soshi Uchida, Marc J Philippon.   American Journal of Sports Medicine   https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34813404/   Background: Within the […]

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What’s New in Emergency Radiology? – March 2022

Diagnostic Accuracy of Ultrasound in Diagnosing Acute Appendicitis in Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis   Moghadam, M.N., Salarzaei, M. & Shahraki, Z. Diagnostic accuracy of ultrasound in diagnosing acute appendicitis in pregnancy: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Emerg Radiol (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10140-022-02021-9   Clinical Question: What is the diagnostic accuracy of ultrasound for the diagnosis […]

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What’s New in Gastrointestinal Imaging – January 2022

Gastrointestinal Imaging – Dane Eskildsen Revisiting the Spleen—An Imaging Review of the Common and Uncommon Splenic Pathology – M Nadeed et al. This article gives attention to the spleen and many of the common and uncommon pathologies that affect it. The authors first give a summary of splenic anatomy, the normal imaging characteristics of the […]

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What’s New in Gastrointestinal Imaging – January 2022

Gastrointestinal – Richard Fagan Abdominal imaging findings on computed tomography in patients acutely infected with SARS‑CoV‑2: what are the findings? Michio Taya. Viktoriya Paroder . Gil Redelman‑Sidi . Natalie Gangai . Jennifer S. Golia Pernicka . Marc J. Gollub . Sidra Javed‑Tayyab . Iva Petkovska . David D. B. Bates. Emergency Radiology (2021) 28:1087–1096. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10140-021-01986-3 […]

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What’s New in MSK Imaging – December 2021

ACORE MSK – December 2021 recorded. pptx FEVER: The Flexed Elbow Valgus External Rotation View for MRI Evaluation of the Ulnar Collateral Ligament in Throwing Athletes—A Pilot Study in Major League Baseball Pitchers Pamela Lund, MD, Gary L. Waslewski, MD, Ken Crenshaw, BS, Mari Schenk, MD, Graham Munday, BS, Thomas Knoblauch, MS, Alan Rodriguez, MD and Travis Snyder, DO https://www.ajronline.org/doi/10.2214/AJR.21.25608   Background:  Ulnar […]

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What’s New in Gastrointestinal Imaging – November 2021

What’s New in Gastrointestinal Imaging – November 2021 Gastrointestinal Tract Dilatations: Why and How They Happen—A Simplified Imaging Classification. Carbo et al. Dilatation is an enlargement of a tubular structure beyond its normal dimensions. This article and its accompanying slide show describe the mechanisms, causes and imaging patterns associated with several pathophysiologic classifications of gastrointestinal […]

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