Affiliation: University of Cambridge
- Renal Embolization and Urothelial Sclerotherapy for Recurrent Obstructive Urosepsis and Intractable Haematuria from Upper Tract Urothelial CarcinomaNicholas Brown
Department of Interventional Radiology, St Vincent s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 39:467-71. 2016....
- Percutaneous Placement of Permanent Metallic Stents in the Cystic Duct to Treat Obstructive CholecystitisNicholas I Brown
Department of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, St Vincent s Hospital, Melbourne, 59 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia Electronic address
J Vasc Interv Radiol 26:1860-5. 2015..Symptoms resolved in all cases, and stents remained patent for as long as 22 months. This procedure may be an effective alternative to cholecystectomy or long-term gallbladder drainage for patients in inoperable condition. ..
- The French and their hernias: prospective radiological differentiation of de Garengeot from other groin herniasNicholas Brown
Department of Medical Imaging, Royal Brisbane and Women s Hospital, Brisbane, Australia
J Radiol Case Rep 7:16-21. 2013..Despite this, we present only the fourth published case of prospective CT diagnosis of de Garengeot hernia...
- Knowledge of medical imaging radiation dose and risk among doctorsNicholas Brown
Royal Brisbane and Women s Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
J Med Imaging Radiat Oncol 57:8-14. 2013..Doctors across all medical specialties and experience levels were surveyed to determine their knowledge of radiation doses and potential risks associated with some diagnostic imaging...
- Evaluating the true clinical utility of the red dot system in radiograph interpretationNicholas Brown
Medical Imaging, Royal Brisbane and Women s Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
J Med Imaging Radiat Oncol 56:510-3. 2012..It is important that all systems within medical imaging add value, and this audit evaluates the accuracy and clinical value of the 'red dot' system, particularly in the critical area of detecting undisplaced fractures...
- Antivenom: the most cost-effective treatment in the world?N Brown
The Institute of Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Toxicon 55:1405-7. 2010..These advances may lead to antivenom becoming one of the most cost-effective treatments available to modern medicine, and provides strong justification for its inclusion in international health funding initiatives...