The role of imaging in the surveillance and diagnosis of hepatocellular cancer

  • Gurjeet Dulku, Ravinder Dhillon, Mark Goodwin, Wendy Cheng, Nick Kontorinis, Richard Mendelson
  • Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology, December 2016, Wiley
  • DOI: 10.1111/1754-9485.12568

Primary liver cancer (HCC) diagnosis and follow-up

What is it about?

- An imaging algorithm - Assisting health care providers (including junior doctors, GPs, physicians and radiologists) on the best approach to request for imaging for the diagnosis and follow-up of patients with primary liver cancer (HCC)

Why is it important?

We describe imaging findings typical for HCC We provide an imaging algorithm to guide patient management for HCC diagnosis and HCC surveillance We describe and explain the best imaging modalities for HCC, including its advantages and disadvantages We summarize the article in a short and succinct fashion

Perspectives

Dr Gurjeet Singh Dulku
Royal Perth Hospital

To provide insight on the appropriate imaging modalities and sequence for the diagnosis and surveillance of HCC

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