Abstract Archives of the RSNA, 2009
Scientific Papers — Computed Tomography, Emergency Radiology, Gastrointestinal Radiology,
Presented on November 30, 2009
CT of Acute Appendicitis: Can Diagnostic Accuracy Be Used as a Practical Performance Metric for Readers Specialized in Abdominal Imaging?
Fergus Coakley MD | Benjamin Yeh MD | Lisa Chu BA | Emily Webb MD | Ying Lu PhD | Joseph Stengel DO
The Negative Appendectomy Rate: Who Benefits from Preoperative CT?
Fergus Coakley MD | Jane Wang MD | Antonio Westphalen MD | Emily Webb MD | Alexander Nguyen | Joseph Stengel DO
Handheld Device Review of Abdominal CT for the Evaluation of Acute Appendicitis
Christopher Ho MD | Spencer Gay MD | Asim Choudhri MD | Drew Lambert MD | Thomas Carr MD | James Stone MD
Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis Using Sliding Slab Raysum Interpretation: Low-dose Unenhanced CT vs Standard-dose Intravenous Contrast-enhanced CT
Kyoung Ho Lee MD | Young Hoon Kim | So Yeon Kim MD | Hyo Bin Seo | Hyuk Jung Kim
Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Diffusion-weighted Imaging in Acute Appendicitis
Mai Thieme MD | Jaap Stoker MD, PhD | Bart Wiarda MD
Detection of the Normal Appendix with Low-dose Unenhanced CT: Use of the Sliding Slab Averaging Technique
Seung Moon Joo MD | Kyoung Ho Lee MD | Young Hoon Kim | So Yeon Kim MD | Bohyoung Kim PhD
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