European Journal of Ultrasound

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European Journal of Ultrasound 03-2024

Raffone A, Raimodno D, Neola D et al.

To assess the prevalence of sonographic signs in women with uterine sarcoma. A systematic review and meta-analysis were performed. Five electronic databases were searched from inception to June 2022 for all studies allowing calculation of the prevalence of sonographic signs in women with uterine sarcoma.



Ackermann O, Berthold D, Fischer C et al.

Over the course of more than two years, an expert group of 9 professional societies has created the S2e guidelines for fracture sonography. A systematic literature search was performed in PubMed, Google Scholar, and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews from 2000 to March 2021 with evaluation of the literature lists. Randomized controlled clinical trials, observational clinical trials, meta-analyses, and systematic reviews were included. Evidence was graded using the SIGN grading system 1999–2012, and the SIGN tables were then presented to the expert group.

Keckstein S, Dippon J, Hudelist G et al.

The progression of deep endometriosis (DE) in women of reproductive age is highly variable. This study aimed to analyze the sonomorphological changes of rectal endometriosis over long periods of time and the influence of hormonal treatment. This retrospective study included premenopausal women with rectal DE treated conservatively between 2002 and 2021. The lesion length and thickness of the nodule were evaluated at regular intervals over time. We created statistical models with mixed effects to identify potential factors influencing lesion progression and regression.