By Oguz Akin
This e-book offers a entire visible assessment of pathologic sickness adaptations of the 5 major kinds of gynecologic cancers: ovarian, endometrial, cervical, vaginal, and vulvar. by utilizing cross-sectional imaging modalities, together with computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, and positron emission tomography, it depicts common anatomy in addition to universal gynecological tumors. for every form of melanoma, points corresponding to basic staging, recurrence styles, and findings from diverse but complementary imaging modalities are explored. Atlas of Gynecologic Oncology Imaging provides a coherent point of view of the jobs of normal and state of the art imaging concepts in gynecologic oncology through a multidisciplinary method of melanoma care. that includes over six hundred photographs, this ebook is a beneficial source for diagnostic radiologists, radiation oncologists, and gynecologists.
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5). 7). 8. 7 Key changes in the 2009 FIGO Staging System for Endometrial Cancer Imaging type Relative to endometrium T1WI T2WI T1WI+C Relative to myometrium T1WI T2WI T1WI+C Diffusion-weighted MRI FIGO 2009 Stage IA: myometrial invasion = none OR < 50 % Stage IB: myometrial invasion ≥50 % Characteristics of endometrial cancer Isointensity Intermediate signal intensity Earlier enhancement Variable intensity Hyperintensity Less and more delayed enhancementa Hyperintensity (hypointensity on ADC map) ADC apparent diffusion coefficient, T1WI T1-weighted imaging, T1WI+C T1-weighted imaging with contrast enhancement, T2WI T2-weighted imaging a Maximum contrast between hyperintense myometrium and hypointense endometrial tumor occurs 50–120 s after contrast medium administration; this is the most important phase for accurate assessment of the depth of myometrial invasion.
Ovarian and fallopian tube lesions display a myriad of imaging findings, which are dependent on the tissue type present. Knowledge of such features can enable a definitive diagnosis in certain cases, or at least can help to narrow the differential diagnosis. Imaging also allows local staging and detection of metastatic and recurrent disease, thus helping to formulate an individualized patient management plan. b Fig. 28 The tubal origin of a primary adnexal tumor is occasionally apparent on imaging.
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