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Compared with CT, EUS is a better modality for differentiating between SMTs and extrinsic compression lesions of the stomach.
The present study provides evidence supporting EUS elastography as an accurate and useful tool for the differential diagnosis of LNs.
Matsui et al., "A novel perfusion imaging technique of the pancreas: contrast-enhanced harmonic EUS (with video)," Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, vol.
The role of EUS is to raise awareness of UTI prevention and management in the UAE.
Geneva, May 11, 2011 (Frontier Star): The EUs proposal for zero duty on the import of 64 textile items from Pakistan and other concessions with a view to help last years flood victims could cause irreparable systemic damage to global World Trade Organisation rules, trade diplomats have said.
The convicted fraudster was hired to work for Edinburgh University Settlement (EUS) by people who knew nothing of his criminal past.
Everybody agreed we have to act comprehensively, the EUs foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, said after the talks.
The present study has evaluated endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) for screening in high-risk individuals: 13 with FAMMM families, 21 with familial pancreatic cancer, three with hereditary pancreatitis, two with Peutz-Jeghers syndrome, five with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations and one Li-Fraumeni syndrome.
Each patient underwent endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS) and magnetic resonance plus MRI-pancreatography (MRI-MRP), with the tests performed 2-7 days apart.
This conference, with the title oChallenging Europeo, is expected to consider a range of topical views including: the European Constitution, the EUs plans to lift the sales of arms to China, the proposed Services Directive and European Neighbourhood Policy.
Because very small stones, especially at the ampulla of Vater, are most likely to cause biliary pancreatitis, the best diagnostic imaging modality for this indication is endoscopic ultrasound (EUS).
For EUS-FNA, a fine-needle apparatus commercially produced for use with EUS (EUS N-1; Wilson Cook Co.) was advanced into a target lymph node under high-frequency (7.5 mHz) ultrasound guidance.