Published in Women's Health Law Weekly, January 29th, 2006
Scientists in Japan conducted a study "to evaluate retrospectively the accuracy of multi-detector row CT in the assessment of serosal invasion in patients with gastric cancer. The Ethics Committee does not require approval or informed consent for retrospective studies. Forty-one consecutive patients (24 men, 17 women; mean age, 68 years) with gastric cancer were included in this study."
"All patients were given 600 mL of tap water to drink and were positioned prone or supine on the scanning table. The detector row configuration included 4 detector rows, a...
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