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Assessment of the pattern of lines and stripes when they are widened, effaced, or displaced on chest radiographs is important for accurate diagnosis and treatment of thoracic pathologic conditions (Jiao et al). | Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)
The most substantial change in the revised 2018 American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) Organ Injury Scale (OIS) is incorporation of multidetector CT findings of vascular injury, including pseudoaneurysm and arteriovenous fistula (Dixe de Oliveira Santo et al). |Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)
Multimodality cardiac imaging including echocardiography and cardiac MRI are important in noninvasive detection of cardiac manifestations and sequelae after COVID-19 and after COVID-19 vaccination (Sánchez Tijmes et al). | Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)
Knowledge of the anatomy of the meninges and the clinical and imaging features of diseases that cause meningeal lesions is important for correct diagnosis, as these lesions may manifest with nonspecific imaging findings (Kurokawa et al). | Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)
Imaging evaluation in conjunction with clinical and biochemical screening is integral to diagnosis and monitoring of hepatic complications of cancer treatment in pediatric patients (Morin et al). See commentary by Ferraciolli and Gee | Download Visual Abstract (PowerPoint)