Imaging follow-up in patients with mesenteric panniculitis
Bo Gong, Michael N Patlas
Diagn Interv Imaging . 2022 Jul 14;S2211-5684(22)00120-6. doi: 10.1016/j.diii.2022.06.012. Online ahead of print.
Constant developments in cross-sectional imaging greatly advanced patient management. However, they also caused detection of multiple incidental findings or incidentalomas [1,2]. Radiologists have to deal with these findings on a daily basis, quite often recommending unnecessary follow-up examinations and considering medico-legal challenges. The ever-growing demand for additional imaging results in patient's anxiety, overburdens healthcare systems and increases radiation risk related to computed tomography (CT) [1,3]. Unfortunately, clear management guidelines are still lacking for multiple common incidental entities. In this issue of Diagnostic & Interventional Imaging, Grégory et al. tackle an important and practical topic of follow-up in patients with mesenteric panniculitis (MP) .
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