Georgios Kalarakis

Georgios Kalarakis
University of Crete | UOC · School of Medicine

Bachelor of Medicine

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Surgical resection of the esophagus remains a critical component of the multimodal treatment of esophageal cancer. Anastomotic leakage (AL) is the most significant complication following esophagectomy, in terms of clinical implications. Identifying risk factors for AL is important for modifying patient management and improving surgical outcomes. Th...
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Objectives: To investigate the potential of decreasing the number of scans and associated radiation exposure involved in CT liver perfusion (CTLP) dynamic studies for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) assessment. Methods: Twenty-four CTLP image datasets of patients with HCC were retrospectively analyzed. All examinations were performed on a modern...
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Definitive, preoperative differentiation of solid renal lesions by ultrasound, contrast-enhanced multiphasic computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examinations is often not possible. An increasing amount of literature indicates the added value of 99m Tc-Sestamibi SPECT/CT, CT perfusion (CTp) and contrast-enhanced ultrasound (...
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To compare Hepatic-Arterial-Blood-Flow parametric map (HaBF) to other previously available CT-Liver-Perfusion (CTLP) maps regarding its ability to differentiate non-malignant liver parenchyma from hepatocellular carcinoma lesions.
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Background: Computed tomography liver perfusion (CTLP) has been improved in recent years, offering a variety of perfusion-parametric maps. A map that better discriminates hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is still to be found. Purpose: To compare different CTLP maps, regarding their ability to differentiate cirrhotic or non-cirrhotic parenchyma fro...

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