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Imaging

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Patient and public beliefs about the role of imaging in the management of non-specific low back pain: a scoping review.

Evaluation of the impact of a brief educational message on clinicians' awareness of risks of ionising-radiation exposure in imaging investigations: a pilot pre-post intervention study.

Effective positioning of the fingers for intraoperative x-rays.

Safety and feasibility of breast lesion localization using magnetic seeds (Magseed): a multi-centre, open-label cohort study.

Axillary tumour burden in women with one abnormal node on ultrasound compared to women with multiple abnormal nodes.

CT imaging doses in radiotherapy-a single centre audit

Audit of Pectoralis (PECS) and Serratus Anterior Plane (SAP) blocks for breast surgery

Forensic radiology: The role of cross-sectional imaging in virtual post-mortem examinations

Demand for CT scans increases during transition from paediatric to adult care: An observational study from 2009 to 2015.

Adequacy of percutaneous non-targeted liver biopsy under real-time ultrasound guidance when comparing the Biopince™ and Achieve™ biopsy needle.

Effect of second timed appointments for non-attenders of breast cancer screening in England: a randomised controlled trial.

Factors influencing local control in patients undergoing breast conservation surgery for ductal carcinoma in situ.

The development of a low cost 3D surface imaging system to measure breast volume: Defining minimum standards using an adapted Delphi consensus study.

Symmetrisation procedures in breast reconstruction patients constitute a rising workload in our DGH.

Development and assessment of a Microsoft Kinect based system for imaging the breast in three dimensions.

MRI findings in herniation of the spinal cord.

Breast pain

Initial experience with a new fenestrated stent graft.

The radiological management of pseudoaneurysms complicating pancreatitis.

Current trends in breast surgery.

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