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Photon-Counting Detector CT: Key Points Radiologists Should Know

Esquivel A, Ferrero A, Mileto A, Baffour F, Horst K, Rajiah PS, Inoue A, Leng S, McCollough C, Fletcher JG

Photon-counting detector (PCD) CT is a new CT technology utilizing a direct conversion X-ray detector, where incident X-ray photon energies are directly recorded as electronical signals. The design of the...
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Artificial Intelligence in Neuroimaging: Clinical Applications

Choi KS, Sunwoo L

Artificial intelligence (AI) powered by deep learning (DL) has shown remarkable progress in image recognition tasks. Over the past decade, AI has proven its feasibility for applications in medical imaging....
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Basic Physical Principles and Clinical Applications of Computed Tomography

Jung H

The evolution of X-ray computed tomography (CT) has been based on the discovery of X-rays, the inception of the Radon transform, and the development of X-ray digital data acquisition systems...
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Influences of Xeno-Free Media on Mesenchymal Stem Cell Expansion for Clinical Application

Bui HTH, Nguyen LT, Than UTT

Abstract Mesenchymal stem/stromal cells (MSCs) are multipotent somatic stem/progenitor cells that can be isolated from various tissues and have attracted increasing attention from the scientific community. This is due to...
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The Progress and Clinical Application of Breast Cancer Organoids

Yu J, Huang W

Breast cancer is the malignant tumor with the highest incidence in women. Nowadays, the objects in vitro of models of this disease are mainly from breast cancer cell lines and...
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Historical Overview, Technical Developments, and Clinical Applications

Jahng GH, Park S, Ryu CW, Cho ZH

The authors congratulate the cerebrations for the 30 years of the Korean Society of Medical Physics (http://www.ksmp.or.kr/). The paper is published to recognize the anniversary. Geon-Ho Jahng invited Professor Z....
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Clinical Application of Meditation in Children and Adolescents

Kwack YS, Moon DS

Meditation is one of the psychological therapeutic techniques that can be applied to many conditions, including stress reduction. Meditation can be an alternative to overcoming the limitations of existing therapies,...
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Light sheet microscopy for histopathology applications

Poola PK, Afzal MI, Yoo Y, Kim KH, Chung E

Light sheet microscopy (LSM) is an evolving optical imaging technique with a plane illumination for optical sectioning and volumetric imaging spanning cell biology, embryology, and in vivo live imaging. Here,...
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Application of botulinum toxin in maxillofacial field: Part III. Ancillary treatment for maxillofacial surgery and summary

Kwon KH, Shin KS, Yeon SH, Kwon DG

Botulinum toxin (BTX) has various therapeutic indications: bruxism, square jaw, facial wrinkle, oral ulcer and maxillofacial pain, etc. In this paper, we will discuss the effectiveness of using BTX in...
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Application of botulinum toxin in maxillofacial field: Part II. Wrinkle, intraoral ulcer, and cranio-maxillofacial pain

Kwon KH, Shin KS, Yeon SH, Kwon DG

Botulinum toxin (BTX) is used in various ways such as temporarily resolving muscular problems in musculoskeletal temporomandibular disorders, inducing a decrease in bruxism through a change in muscular patterns in...
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Application of botulinum toxin in maxillofacial field: part I. Bruxism and square jaw

Kwon KH, Shin KS, Yeon SH, Kwon DG

The application of botulinum in oral and maxillofacial surgery begins in 1982, where Jan Carruthers started using it for reducing the muscle mass and smoothing the skin, and since then...
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Variable Natural Killer Cell Activity in Hematological Malignancies at Diagnosis

Park S, Mun YC, Seong CM, Huh HJ, Huh J

BACKGROUND: Natural killer (NK) cells play a key role in innate immune responses and are an important component of anti-cancer defenses. This study aimed to investigate the clinicopathological characteristics of...
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Deformable image registration in radiation therapy

Oh S, Kim S

The number of imaging data sets has significantly increased during radiation treatment after introducing a diverse range of advanced techniques into the field of radiation oncology. As a consequence, there...
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Clinical application of high-intensity focused ultrasound ablation for uterine fibroids

Kim YS

HIFU (high-intensity focused ultrasound) ablation is an emerging therapeutic modality that induces thermal coagulative necrosis of biological tissues by focusing high-energy ultrasound waves onto one small spot. This technique is...
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Effect of Next-Generation Exome Sequencing Depth for Discovery of Diagnostic Variants

Kim K, Seong MW, Chung WH, Park SS, Leem S, Park W, Kim J, Lee K, Park RW, Kim N

Sequencing depth, which is directly related to the cost and time required for the generation, processing, and maintenance of next-generation sequencing data, is an important factor in the practical utilization...
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Current perspectives of bio-ceramic technology in endodontics: calcium enriched mixture cement - review of its composition, properties and applications

Utneja S, Nawal RR, Talwar S, Verma M

Advancements in bio-ceramic technology has revolutionised endodontic material science by enhancing the treatment outcome for patients. This class of dental materials conciliates excellent biocompatibility with high osseoconductivity that render them...
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Clinical Significance of Home Blood Pressure and Its Possible Practical Application

Imai Y

This review represents the clinical significance of home blood pressure (BP) and its possible practical application. Home BP is highly reproducible and its reproducibility is better than ambulatory BP. According...
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Circulating Tumor Cells: Detection Methods and Potential Clinical Application in Breast Cancer

Kim SI, Jung HI

Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are defined as tumor cells circulating in the peripheral blood of patients. CTCs have long been regarded as an attractive research topic. Because of recent technological...
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Genetic testing in clinical pediatric practice

Yoo HW

Completion of the human genome project has allowed a deeper understanding of molecular pathophysiology and has provided invaluable genomic information for the diagnosis of genetic disorders. Advent of new technologies...
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Clinical Application of (18)F-FDG PET in Multiple Myeloma

Lee SJ, Choi JY

  • KMID: 1475258
  • Nucl Med Mol Imaging.
  • 2009 Dec;43(6):509-512.
This review focuses on the clinical use of (18)F-FDG PET to evaluate multiple myeloma. (18)F-FDG PET is useful for diagnosis, staging of multiple myeloma and differential diagnosis of myeloma related...
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