Affiliation: University of Glasgow
- Potential impact and utilization of ultrasound contrast mediaEdward Leen
University of Glasgow, Radiology Department, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland
Eur Radiol 14:P16-24. 2004..Whilst it is not regarded as competing with contrast-enhanced CT and MRI, there are specific clinical niches where its potential impact and utilization are more likely to be universal...
- Potential value of contrast-enhanced intraoperative ultrasonography during partial hepatectomy for metastases: an essential investigation before resection?Edward Leen
Department of Surgery, Alexandra Parade, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, UK
Ann Surg 243:236-40. 2006..The aim of the study was to assess the clinical value of contrast-enhanced intraoperative ultrasound (CE-IOUS) as a novel tool in the hepatic staging of patients undergoing liver resection...
- Ultrasound contrast agents for hepatic imaging with nonlinear modesEdward Leen
Department of Radiology, Royal Infirmary, Alexandra Parade, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Curr Probl Diagn Radiol 32:66-87. 2003
- Ultrasound contrast harmonic imaging of abdominal organsE Leen
Radiology Department, Royal Infirmary, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Semin Ultrasound CT MR 22:11-24. 2001..This article reviews the current and potential applications of ultrasound contrast harmonic imaging in the abdomen...
- Duplex/colour Doppler sonography: measurement of changes in hepatic arterial haemodynamics following intra-arterial angiotensin II infusionE Leen
University Department of Surgery, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Br J Cancer 67:1381-4. 1993..The targeting advantage of AT-II in patients with a high percentage hepatic replacement by tumour should be re-assessed...
- Selective continuous vascular occlusion and perioperative fluid restriction in partial hepatectomy. Outcomes in 101 consecutive patientsS J Moug
Academic Department of Surgery, Queen Elizabeth Building, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Alexandra Parade, Glasgow, UK
Eur J Surg Oncol 33:1036-41. 2007..This study documents patient outcomes with one department's approach to performing partial hepatectomy...
- Evidence for a synchronous operative approach in the treatment of colorectal cancer with hepatic metastases: a case matched studyS J Moug
Academic Department of Surgery, Queen Elizabeth Building, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Alexandra Parade, Glasgow G31 2ER, United Kingdom
Eur J Surg Oncol 36:365-70. 2010..K. With improved outcomes from hepatic resection the role of a synchronous operative approach needs re-evaluated...
- Multi-centre clinical study evaluating the efficacy of SonoVue (BR1), a new ultrasound contrast agent in Doppler investigation of focal hepatic lesionsE Leen
Radiology Department, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Eur J Radiol 41:200-6. 2002..SonoVue is a new ultrasound contrast agent, which consists of stabilised microbubbles of a sulphur hexafluoride gas. The aim of the study was to assess its efficacy in the Doppler investigation of focal hepatic lesions...
- Improved characterisation of focal liver tumours: dynamic power Doppler imaging using NC100100 echo-enhancerK V Ramnarine
Department of Medical Physics and Medical Engineering, University of Edinburgh, Royal Infirmary, UK
Eur J Ultrasound 11:95-104. 2000..To assess the vascularisation of focal hepatic tumours using NC100100, enhanced power Doppler imaging...
- A simple technique for vascular control during hepatectomy: the half-PringleP G Horgan
Department of Surgery, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Alexandra Parade, G32 2ER, Scotland, Glasgow, UK
Am J Surg 182:265-7. 2001..Hemorrhage during hepatectomy remains the major cause of morbidity and mortality associated with this surgery. Traditionally, a Pringle technique is employed to reduce vascular inflow during parenchymal transection...
- Evaluation of a follow-up programme after curative resection for colorectal cancerJ D Howell
University Department of Surgery, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, UK
Br J Cancer 79:308-10. 1999..Frequent liver imaging can detect liver metastases from colorectal cancer at an asymptomatic stage...
- The renal sequelae of a novel triphasic approach to blood loss reduction during hepatic resectionS J Moug
Academic Department of Surgery, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Queen Elizabeth Building, Alexandra Parade, Glasgow G31 2ER, UK
Eur J Surg Oncol 32:435-8. 2006..To report our novel triphasic approach to minimising blood loss during hepatic resection and the renal sequelae...
- The use of duplex sonography in the detection of colorectal hepatic metastasesE Leen
Department of Radiology, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, UK
Br J Cancer 63:323-5. 1991..001). The data suggest that the measurement of liver blood-flow by duplex sonography may be of value in the diagnosis of colorectal liver metastases...
- The role of imaging in the pre-operative staging and post-operative follow-up of rectal cancerG Low
Department of Radiology, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, UK
Surgeon 6:222-31. 2008..Imaging has also opened up avenues for guided therapies aimed at ablating liver metastases. Radiofrequency ablation, in particular, is being used successfully and can improve survival of stage four patients...
- Assessment of viability of the pancreas for transplantation using contrast-enhanced ultrasoundE Aboutaleb
West London Renal and Transplant Centre, Radiology Department, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK
Transplant Proc 43:418-21. 2011..The main concern in pancreas transplantation is potential thrombosis of the graft due to poor perfusion...
- The relationship between hypoalbuminaemia, tumour volume and the systemic inflammatory response in patients with colorectal liver metastasesR Al-Shaiba
University Department of Surgery, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow G31 2ER, UK
Br J Cancer 91:205-7. 2004..001) but not percentage hepatic replacement (P=0.34). These results show that hypoalbuminaemia is associated with the presence of a systemic inflammatory response rather than tumour volume in patients with colorectal liver metastases...
- Guidelines for the use of contrast agents in ultrasound. January 2004T Albrecht
Ultraschall Med 25:249-56. 2004
- Is contrast enhanced ultrasound an essential tool for liver trauma?C P Kalogeropoulou
Departments of Radiology, University of Patras, Greece
J Trauma 60:233-6. 2006
- Guidelines and good clinical practice recommendations for contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) - update 2008M Claudon
Department of Radiology, Nancy, France
Ultraschall Med 29:28-44. 2008
- Effect of neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy on angiogenesis in oesophageal cancerC O McDonnell
Department of Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, James Connolly Memorial Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Br J Surg 90:1373-8. 2003..The aim of this study was to evaluate the tumour microvasculature and the role of tumour-associated macrophages in VEGF production after neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy and surgery for oesophageal cancer...
- Cytokeratin 7/20 and mucin expression patterns in oesophageal, cardia and distal gastric adenocarcinomasC Gulmann
Department of Pathology and Gastroenterology, Beaumont Hospital and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
Histopathology 43:453-61. 2003..The aim was to compare expression patterns in these locations as aids to accurate classification of these morphologically similar carcinomas which all may involve the GOJ...
- A novel application of ultrasound contrast: demonstration of splenic arterial bleedingP Glen
Lister Department of Surgery, Queen Elizabeth Building, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow G31 2ER, UK
Br J Radiol 77:333-4. 2004..We suggest that contrast enhanced ultrasound may be more sensitive than conventional angiography in the assessment of blood flow through intra-abdominal small vessel aneurysms or solid organs...
- Acromegaly secondary to growth hormone releasing hormone secretion- Agha
Department of Endocrinology, James Connolly Memorial Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Ir J Med Sci 173:215-6. 2004..Acromegaly secondary to growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) secretion is exceptionally rare...
- Contrast-enhanced ultrasonography during liver surgery (Br J Surg 2004; 91: 1165-1167)S J Moug
Br J Surg 91:1527. 2004