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State-of-the-art ultrasonography is as accurate as helical computed tomography and computed tomographic angiography for detecting unresectable periampullary cancer.
Preoperative imaging of donor patients for adult right-lobe liver transplantation.
The use of helical CT and CT angiography to predict vascular involvement from pancreatic cancer: correlation with findings at surgery.
Extent of myocardial collateralization: determination with three-dimensional elastic-subtraction spiral CT.
Sagittal reformations of volumetric inspiratory and expiratory high-resolution CT of the lung.
Spiral CT venography of the lower extremity.
Multiplanar helical CT enterography in patients with Crohn's disease.
Multi-detector row spiral CT pulmonary angiography: comparison with single-detector row spiral CT.
Abdominal helical CT: milk as a low-attenuation oral contrast agent.
Multiphase contrast-enhanced helical CT of liver metastases from renal cell carcinoma.
Multiple-image in-room CT imaging guidance for interventional procedures.
Lower extremity spiral CT angiography versus catheter angiography.
Sequential helical CT angiography of aortoiliac disease.
Escalating computed tomography angiogram (CTA) grade predicts unresectability and margin status for pancreaticobiliary neoplasms.
Improved pelvicalyceal visualization with multidetector computed tomography urography; comparison with helical computed tomography.
Tomography, Spiral Computed
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