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Clinical Utility of Third-generation Dual-source Computed Tomography for Left Ventricular Function Analysis and Coronary Artery Evaluation with Minimal Radiation Exposure

Cha MJ

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Myocardial Coverage and Radiation Dose in Dynamic Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Using Third-Generation Dual-Source CT

Takafuji M, Kitagawa K, Ishida M, Goto Y, Nakamura S, Nagasawa N, Sakuma H

OBJECTIVE: Third-generation dual-source computed tomography (3rd-DSCT) allows dynamic myocardial CT perfusion imaging (dynamic CTP) with a 10.5-cm z-axis coverage. Although the increased radiation exposure associated with the 50% wider scan...
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Erratum: Comparison of radiation exposure by area before and after emergency center remodeling

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The article titled “Comparison of radiation exposure by area before and after emergency center remodeling,” published in J Korean Soc Emerg Med 2019;30(5):385-392 incorrectly listed affiliations of the authors.
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External validation of STONE score and modified STONE score

Lee DW, Seo BS, Cho YS, Lim H, Cho JH, Lee S

OBJECTIVE: The STONE score and modified STONE score are useful clinical prediction rules for ureteral calculi. This study performed an external validation of the STONE score and modified STONE score....
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The effect of introducing Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network rule on reducing brain computed tomography use for children with minor head injury

Jung SW, Jang JH, Cho JS, Hyun SY, Lim YS, Yang HJ, Choi JY

PURPOSE: Computed tomography (CT) scan is an effective modality for detecting fatal traumatic brain injury. However, radiation exposure from CT can increase the risk of cancer, and children are more...
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Radioembolization for the Treatment of Primary and Metastatic Liver Cancers

Lee EJ, Chung HW, Jo JH, So Y

Radioembolization using ⁹⁰Y microspheres (glass or resin) has been introduced as an effective intraarterial therapy for unresectable primary and metastatic liver cancers. Although the basic therapeutic effect of chemoembolization results...
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Daily localization of partial breast irradiation patients with three-dimensional ultrasound imaging

Sayan M, Vergalasova I, Hard D, Wrigth H, Archambault J, Gagne H, Nelson C, Heimann R

PURPOSE: Accurate localization of the lumpectomy cavity during accelerated partial breast radiation (APBR) is essential for daily setup to ensure the prescribed dose encompasses the target and avoids unnecessary irradiation...
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Liver dose reduction by deep inspiration breath hold technique in right-sided breast irradiation

Haji G, Nabizade U, Kazimov K, Guliyeva N, Isayev I

PURPOSE: Deep inspiration breath hold (DIBH) is a well-established technique that enables efficient cardiac sparing in patients with left-sided breast cancer. The aim of the current study was to determine...
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Review of National Diagnostic Reference Levels for Interventional Procedures

Lee MY, Kwon J, Ryu GW, Kim KH, Nam HW, Kim KP

Diagnostic reference level (DRL) is employed to optimize the radiation doses of patients. The objective of this study is to review the DRLs for interventional procedures in Korea and abroad....
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Comparison of radiation exposure by area before and after emergency center remodeling

Ahn K, Lee SB, Kim DH, Kim T, Kang C, Lee SH, Jeong JH, Kim SC, Park YJ, Lim D

OBJECTIVE: Radiation is used extensively in emergency centers. Computed tomography and X-ray imaging are used frequently. Portable X-rays, in particular, cause a significant amount of indirect radiation exposure to medical...
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Coronary Artery Dose-Volume Parameters Predict Risk of Calcification After Radiation Therapy

Milgrom SA, Varghese B, Gladish GW, Choi AD, Dong W, Patel ZS, Chung CC, Rao A, Pinnix CC, Gunther JR, Dabaja BS, Lin SH, Hoffman KE, Huff JL, Slagowski , Abe JI, Iliescu CA, Banchs J, Yusuf SW, Lopez-Mattei JC

BACKGROUND: Radiation exposure increases the risk of coronary artery disease (CAD). We explored the association of CAD with coronary artery dose-volume parameters in patients treated with 3D-planned radiation therapy (RT). METHODS:...
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Endoscopic Papillary Balloon Dilation/Endoscopic Papillary Large Balloon Dilation

Jeong S

Endoscopic papillary balloon dilation (EPBD) and endoscopic papillary large balloon dilation (EPLBD) have been performed all around the world over several decades for the treatment of common bile duct stone....
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Health effects and consultations about radon exposure

Seo S, Kang JK, Lee D, Jin YW

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive material classified as a carcinogen by the World Health Organization, and is known to be the factor with the second-greatest impact on lung cancer...
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Endovascular Intervention with a Mobile C-Arm in the Operating Room

Joh JH

Mobile C-arm fluoroscopic X-ray systems are used for various diagnostic imaging and minimally invasive endovascular procedures. One of the greatest advantages of a mobile C-arm is its ability to move...
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A Randomized Controlled Trial of Fluoroscopically-Guided Sacroiliac Joint Injections: A Comparison of the Posteroanterior and Classical Oblique Techniques

Chauhan G, Hehar P, Loomba V, Upadhyay A

OBJECTIVE: The sacroiliac joint can be a primary source of pain or part of multifactorial syndromes. As there is no single historical, physical examination-based, or radiological feature that definitively establishes...
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Dermatoses due to physical forces agents

Lee JD

Physical forces agents may induce distinctive skin changes. Pressure and friction induce callus and corn. Callus and corn arise at sites of friction or pressure, particularly palms and soles, and...
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Squamous Cell Carcinoma on the Fingers of Orthopedic Surgeon Induced by Occupational Radiation Exposure

Yoon HS, Heo JH, Lee SH, Shin J, Choi GS, Byun JW

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The difference of Use of CT in the general versus pediatric emergency departments for adolescent patients in the same tertiary hospital

Kim SK, Jung JH, Lee JH, Jung JY, Kwon H, Paek SH, Kwak YH, Kim DK

OBJECTIVE: The use of computed tomography (CT) in pediatric patients has decreased since the association between radiation and cancer risk has been reported. However, in adolescent patients being treated as...
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Pattern and degree of radiation exposure during endovascular surgery performed using a mobile C-arm or in a hybrid room

Quan C, Lee SS

PURPOSE: A prospective study was conducted to compare radiation exposure to different parts of an endovascular surgeon's body when using a mobile C-arm with that in a hybrid room. METHODS: Exposure...
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Health effects of exposure to radon: implications of the radon bed mattress incident in Korea

Seo S, Ha WH, Kang JK, Lee D, Park S, Kwon TE, Jin YW

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive material formed by the slow decay of uranium and thorium found in the earth's crust or construction materials. Internal exposure to radon accounts for...
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