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    • EFSUMB Guidelines and Recommendations on the Clinical Use of Liver Ultrasound Elastography, Update 2017 (Long Version). 

      Dietrich, CF; Bamber, J; Berzigotti, A; Bota, S; Cantisani, V; Castera, L; Cosgrove, D; Ferraioli, G; Friedrich-Rust, M; Gilja, OH; Goertz, RS; Karlas, T; de Knegt, R; de Ledinghen, V; Piscaglia, F; Procopet, B; Saftoiu, A; Sidhu, PS; Sporea, I; Thiele, M (2017-08)
      We present here the first update of the 2013 EFSUMB (European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology) Guidelines and Recommendations on the clinical use of elastography, focused on the assessment ...
    • EFSUMB guidelines and recommendations on the clinical use of ultrasound elastography. Part 1: Basic principles and technology. 

      Bamber, J; Cosgrove, D; Dietrich, CF; Fromageau, J; Bojunga, J; Calliada, F; Calliada, F; Cantisani, V; Correas, JM; D'Onofrio, M; Drakonaki, EE; Fink, M; Friedrich-Rust, M; Gilja, OH; Havre, RF; Jenssen, C; Klauser, AS; Ohlinger, R; Saftoiu, A; Schaefer, F; Sporea, I; Piscaglia, F (2013-04-04)
      The technical part of these Guidelines and Recommendations, produced under the auspices of EFSUMB, provides an introduction to the physical principles and technology on which all forms of current commercially available ...
    • Respiratory motion compensation for simultaneous PET/MR based on highly undersampled MR data. 

      Rank, CM; Heußer, T; Wetscherek, A; Freitag, MT; Sedlaczek, O; Schlemmer, H-P; Kachelrieß, M (2016-12)
      PURPOSE: Positron emission tomography (PET) of the thorax region is impaired by respiratory patient motion. To account for motion, the authors propose a new method for PET/magnetic resonance (MR) respiratory motion ...
    • Safety of intrauterine devices in MRI. 

      Bussmann, S; Luechinger, R; Froehlich, JM; von Weymarn, C; Reischauer, C; Koh, DM; Gutzeit, A (2018)
      OBJECTIVES: The paucity of safety information on intrauterine devices (IUD) for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examinations is clinically relevant. The aim of this study is to evaluate the MRI safety of clinically used ...
    • Stereotactic radiosurgery planning of vestibular schwannomas: Is MRI at 3 Tesla geometrically accurate? 

      Schmidt, MA; Wells, EJ; Davison, K; Riddell, AM; Welsh, L; Saran, F (2017-02)
      PURPOSE: MRI is a mandatory requirement to accurately plan Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) for Vestibular Schwannomas. However, MRI may be distorted due not only to inhomogeneity of the static magnetic field and gradients ...