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The Impact Factor 2014 was released this year on June 18.
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Moving forward: early diagnosis of fetal spinal defects
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Joint International AVUS, CEVF and SIAPAV Meeting
1-3 October 2015, Florence, Italy
International CEUS Course
22-25 October 2015, Hannover, Germany
Musculoskeletal Imaging Course - Intermediate & Advanced
29 October - 3 November 2015, Doha, Qatar
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European Journal of Ultrasound-August 2015
A previously described Doppler parameter, the sonographic NASCET index (SNI), was derived to be more directly analogous to the North American Symptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy Trial (NASCET) methodology for assessing carotid artery stenosis. However, this index does not account for complex changes affecting the Doppler waveform. Hathout et al. propose a revised SNI (rSNI) in an effort to improve predicting carotid stenosis.
The aim of Riishede et al. was to evaluate the ability of strain elastography to predict malignancy in soft tissue tumors in patients referred for biopsy of a soft tissue tumor with a clinical suspicion of sarcoma or metastasis. Furthermore, the aim was to compare three evaluation methods: strain ratios, strain histograms and visual scoring.
The purpose of this study was to provide the normal reference values of the Doppler measurements of the pericallosal artery in relation to gestational age from 18 to 41 weeks of gestation.