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  • Diagnosis and management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by primary health care physicians 

    Gourgoulianis, K. I.; Hamos, B.; Rizopoulou, D.; Efthimiou, A.; Christou, K.; Molyvdas, P. A. (2001)
    OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was the evaluation of the role of primary health care physicians in the diagnosis and management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)). METHOD: Sixty-five primary care ...
  • Imaging of traumatic lesions of abdominal viscera 

    Vassiou, K.; Fezoulidis, I. (2002)
    Trauma to the abdomen accounts for approximately 10% of trauma deaths. The injury may be blunt or penetrating. Abdominal organs are frequently injured from blunt trauma. Rapid acceleration-deceleration of abdominal viscera ...
  • Patient-specific internal radionuclide dosimetry 

    Tsougos, I.; Loudos, G.; Georgoulias, P.; Theodorou, K.; Kappas, C. (2010)
    The development of patient-specific treatment planning systems is of outmost importance in the development of radionuclide dosimetry, taking into account that quantitative three-dimensional nuclear medical imaging can be ...
  • A radionuclide dosimetry toolkit based on material-specific Monte Carlo dose kernels 

    Loudos, G.; Tsougos, I.; Boukis, S.; Karakatsanis, N.; Georgoulias, P.; Theodorou, K.; Nikita, K.; Kappas, C. (2009)
    Objective We sought to develop a user-friendly dosimetry toolkit that should aid the improvement of the quality of radionuclide therapy, which is critically dependent on patient-specific planning of each treatment. Methods ...
  • Transduodenal sphincteroplasty and transampullary septectomy for sphincter of Oddi dysfunction 

    Tzovaras, G.; Rowlands, B. J. (2002)
    Background: The diagnosis and management of sphincter of Oddi dysfunction are controversial issues. Both surgical and endoscopic series report modest success in the treatment of this condition. There is evidence from ...