The use of neck ultrasounds, radioiodine scans, and PET scans in people diagnosed with thyroid cancer was associated with additional treatment for recurrence.
Articles tagged with "Imaging"
Research finds HRME useful as technique for margin control, platform for molecular imaging technologies
Both techniques can yield diagnostic information in evaluation of hearing loss in children
Evidence suggests CT accuracy for ECS detection poor in HPV-positive patients
Audiometric, clinical predictors for a positive MRI in asymmetric sensorineural hearing loss
What is the utility of 12- and 24-month PET-CT surveillance in detecting recurrence in patients with head and neck cancer?
Can ultrasound replace sestamibi scans in the pre-operative evaluation of patients with primary hyperparathyroidism?
There is no one right answer to the question of which imaging test is best for patients with hearing loss who are candidates for cochlear implantation. Age, underlying pathology and the ability to tolerate radiation and sedation are just a few of the variables that can determine whether magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) or both are chosen in this clinical setting.