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Imaging appearances of a rare CNS disease by MRI

Central nervous system post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder is a rare disease with non-specific signs and symptoms. Due to its rarity and lack of radiologists’ familiarity with it, this paper presents how the imaging appearances of this disease by MRI can help...

Causes of ulnar neuropathies

In this pictorial review, the authors set out to illustrate a wide spectrum of causes of ulnar neuropathies that can be seen on ultrasound and MRI. Due to major technological advances in ultrasonography, direct visualisation of the involved nerve with assessment of...

Perinatal post mortem US: an alternative imaging method?

This article deals with the role of perinatal post mortem ultrasound and whether it can be used as an alternative imaging method for non-invasive autopsy. Special emphasis is put on imaging technique, practical considerations and commonly encountered case examples....

“Value-based radiology” at the International Forum 2018

“Valued-based radiology” is a hot topic that has been addressed and discussed in many papers. As such, it was chosen as the subject of discussion at the International Forum celebrated at ECR 2018. Read the full summary here. Article: Summary of the proceedings of the...

Methodology for ESR iGuide content

This paper lays out the methodology applied by the Referral Guidelines Subcommittee of the European Society of Radiology to adapt the American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria for use in the European clinical decision support platform ESR iGuide. Article:...

Response after neoadjuvant rectal cancer treatment

Response after neoadjuvant rectal cancer treatment

This pictorial review focusses on the comparison of the strengths and weaknesses of modern MRI for response evaluation after chemoradiation treatment and, in addition, delivers the main pearls and pitfalls for image Interpretation. Article: Response evaluation after...

Interventional radiology in European radiology departments

Interventional radiology in European radiology departments

The European Society of Radiology and the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE) carried out a joint survey to collect information from European radiological departments on the organization and practice of interventional radiology...

Endometrial and cervical cancer

Endometrial and cervical cancer

Despite the important roles of MRI, to this day, radiologists still encounter difficulties during all phases of endometrial and cervical cancer evaluation due to the technical and interpretation pitfalls of MRI. Article: Role of MRI in staging and follow-up of...

Imaging of hip and thigh muscle injury

Imaging of hip and thigh muscle injury

This pictorial review analyses the diagnostic assessment, in particular MRI, of muscle injuries of the hip and thigh. The correct and proper interpretation of the imaging findings is of utmost importance, particularly in elite athletes. Article: Imaging of hip and...

Neuroimaging of thalamic lesions

Neuroimaging of thalamic lesions

The main goal of this review is to offer a comprehensive approach to the thalamus, especially focusing on its anatomy, the main pathologies affecting this structure and their radiological semiology on CT and MRI. Article: Neuroimaging of acute and chronic unilateral...