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R eferences [1] Jerosch-Herold, M. (2010). Quantification of myocardial perfusion by cardiovascular magnetic resonance. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance , 12(1), 57. [2] Jackson, A., Buckley, D.L., Parker, G.J.M. (eds.) (2004). Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Oncology (Medical Radiology) . Springer. [3] Tofts, P. (ed.) (2004). Quantitative MRI of the Brain: Measuring Changes Caused by Disease . Wiley. [4] Willats, L., Calamante, F. (2013). The 39 steps: evading error and deciphering the secrets for accurate dynamic

References Podobnik J, Kocijancic I, Kovac V, Sersa I. 3T MRI in evaluation of asbestosrelated thoracic diseases - preliminary results. Radiol Oncol 2010; 44 : 92-6. Stanic K, Kovac V. Prophylactic cranial irradiation in patients with small-cell lung cancer: the experience at the Institute of Oncology Ljubljana. Radiol Oncol 2010; 44 : 180-6. Kuhl CK, Schrading S, Bieling HB, Wardelmann E, Leutner CC, Koenig R, et al. MRI for diagnosis of pure ductal carcinoma in situ: a prospective observational study. Lancet 2007; 370 : 485-92. Lehman CD, Deperi ER

References Haie-Meder C, Pötter R, Van Limbergen E, Briot E, De Brabandere M, Dimopoulos J, et al. Recommendations from Gynaecological (GYN) GEC-ESTRO Working Group (I): concepts and terms in 3D image based 3D treatment planning in cervix cancer brachytherapy with emphasis on MRI assessment of GTV and CTV. Radiother Oncol 2005; 74 : 235-45. Pötter R, Haie-Mader C, Van Limbergen E, Barillot I, De Brabandere M, Dimpoulos J, et al. Recommendations from gynaecological (GYN) GEC-ESTRO Working Group: (II): concepts and terms of 3D imaging, radiation physics

Introduction Accurate staging of prostate cancer is essential to inform prognosis and to stratify patients for appropriate management. MRI affords excellent soft tissue differentiation making it the most accurate modality for preoperative local T-staging of prostate cancer. 1 According to European Association of Urology (EAU) guidelines, local staging investigations are only indicated for intermediate and high-risk patient groups. 1 The high accuracy of multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) for detection of index lesions can aid T-staging, and can also identify tumours

45 Romanian Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology 2018; Special Issue 1 ROMSOS, SROA © 2018 SOFT TISSUE SARCOMAS OF EXTREMITIES - MRI ROLE IN THE DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION doi: 10.2478/rojost-2018-0056 A.M. Bratu1, I.A. Sălcianu1, C. Zaharia1, G. Iana2, A.N. Marinescu2 1Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging, “Colțea” Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania; “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania 2Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging, University Emergency Hospital, Bucharest, Romania; “Carol Davila” University of

evidence that patients who achieve a pathologic complete response (pCR) in the breast after NAC have a better prognosis than patients with a partial response or non-responders. 6 , 11 , 13 – 15 Based on the different behaviour of each tumour subtype, a molecular classification system identifies subgroups of breast invasive carcinoma patients who are most likely to achieve a pCR. 16 An accurate imaging assessment of tumour response to NAC may facilitate the surgical planning. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is more accurate and sensitive than conventional methods in

References 1. Perron, A.D., Miller, M.D. & Brady, W.J. (2002). Orthopedic pitfalls in the ED: radiographically occult hip fracture. Am J Emerg Med. 20, 234-237 2. Pandey, R., McNally, E. & Ali, A. et al. (1998). The role of MRI in the diagnosis of occult hip fractures. Injury. 29, 61-63 3. Lubovsky, O., Liebergall, M. & Mattan, Y. et al. (2005). Early diagnosis of occult hip fractures MRI versus CT scan. Injury. 36, 788-792 4. Lim, K.B., Eng, A.K., Chng, S.M., Tan, A.G., Thoo, F.L. & Low, C.O. (2002). Limited magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and the occult hip

, geflüsterten und gesungenen vokale und nasale der Finnischen sprache - physiologisch-physikalische lautanalysen . Helsinki: Annales Academie Scientiarum Fennicae; German text. [7] Lingala, S.G., Sutton, B.P., Miquel, M.E., Nayak, K.S. (2016). Recommendations for real-time speech MRI. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging , 43 (1), 28-44. [8] Baer, T., Gore, J.C., Boyce, S., Nye, P.W. (1987). Application of MRI to the analysis of speech production. Magnetic Resonance Imaging , 5 (1), 1-7. [9] Scott, A.D., Wylezinska, M., Birch, M.J., Miquel, M.E. (2014). Speech MRI

44 Romanian Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology 2018; Special Issue 1 ROMSOS, SROA © 2018 GIANT CELL TUMOURS OF THE TENDON SHEATH – PARTICULAR MRI ASPECT doi: 10.2478/rojost-2018-0055 A.M. Bratu1, I.A. Sălcianu1, A.I. Nicula2, C. Zaharia1, A.N. Marinescu2 1Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging, “Colțea” Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania; “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania 2Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging, University Emergency Hospital, Bucharest, Romania; “Carol Davila” University of Medicine

References 1. Sandaite I, S Dymarkowski, L De Catte, P Moerman, M Gewillig, L Fedele, J Deprest, F Claus. 2014. “Fetal heart pathology on postmortem 3-T magnetic resonance imaging”. Prenat Diagn. 34 (3): 223-229 2. Poutamo J, K Partanen, R Vanninen, P Vainio, P Kirkinen. 1998. “MRI does not change fetal cardiotocographic parameters”. Prenat Diagn 18 (11): 1149-1154 3. Michel SCA, A Rake, TM Keller, et al. 2003. “Fetal cardiographic monitoring during 1.5-T MR imaging”. AJR 180: 1159-1164 4. De Wilde JP, AW Rivers, DL Price. 2005. “A review of the current use of