Imaging for Success


Presented by Albert J. Parlade, MD at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting; SAGES/ISLCRS/ASCRS Symposium – Optimizing Outcomes in Rectal Cancer

preop imaging of rectal cx–38 sec
locoregional imaging–55 sec

Keyword(s): abdominal MRI, accuracy, acoustic penetration, AJR, Annals of Surgical Oncology, ASCRS, bone marrow invasion, bowel, bowel wall, circumferential margins, colorectal cx, comparative study, contraindications, contrast-enhanced transrectal MRI, conventional imaging, cost, CRM, CT, CT AP, CT CAP, CT contrast, CXR, DCR, distant metastases, endoluminal US, endorectal MRI, ERUS, evidence-based, extrahepatic abdominal imaging, extramural depth, field of view, helical CT, hepatic mets, histopathological findings, histopathology, imaging modalities, individualized tx, International Journal of Colorectal Disease, ISLCRS, IV contrast, Journal of Colorectal Diseases, Lancet, learning curve, limitations, liver metastases, LN involvement, local staging, locally advanced cx, locoregional disease, locoregional evaluation, locoregional imaging, locoregional LNs, lung mets, malignancy, malignant LN, MERCURY study, mesorectal fascia, meta-analysis, metastatic evaluation, muscularis propria, nodal staging, nodules, obstruction, operator dependent, oral contrast, organs, pelvic CT, pelvic MRI, pelvic organ invasion, pelvic organs, pelvis, perf, peritoneal, peritumoral desmoplastic reaction, PET-CT, phased-array coil, preop staging, prognosis, prognostication, pt discomfort, pulmonary mets, Radiographics, Radiology, rectal carcinoma, rectal coil, rectal cx, rectal nodule, rectal tumors, sensitivity, specificity, sphincter complex, stenotic tumor, surgical findings, survival, T & N staging, T stage, T2 tumor, T3 tumor, thin-section MRI, TME, transrectal US, tumor invasion

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