Magy Onkol 2021 Oct 2;65(3):237-249. Epub 2021 Aug 2.
Onkológiai Képalkotó és Invazív Diagnosztikai Központ, Országos Onkológiai Intézet, Budapest, Hungary.
Modern imaging procedures, including CT and MR diagnostics, play a significant role in recognizing, characterizing, determining the extent of pancreatic tumor lesions, assessing their operability, and evaluating response to treatment and patient follow-up. This article reviews the conventional imaging modalities used in the modern diagnosis of pancreatic tumors, conventional and contrast-enhanced abdominal ultrasound, standard protocols using the latest research results from CT and MRI scans, and their location and diagnostic value in the treatment of solid and cystic neoplasia. In addition, it briefly discusses the additional possibilities of artificial intelligence-based processing of digital imaging data, which is under strong development and is expected to be incorporated into clinical practice in the future. Read More