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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Anna Fábián, Renáta Bor, Anita Bálint, Klaudia Farkas, Ágnes Milassin, Mariann Rutka, László Tiszlavicz, Ferenc Nagy, Tamás Molnár, and Zoltán Szepes

of transrectal ultrasound after preoperative radiochemotherapy compared to computed tomography and magnetic resonance in locally advanced rectal cancer. Int. J. Colorectal Dis., 2012, 27 (7), 967

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Elielete Azevedo, Maico Santos, Cristiano Filho, Leopoldo Freitas Neto, Filipe Bezerra, Jairo Neves, Paulo Lima, and Marcos Oliveira

The aim of this work was to determine the ideal moment to sex goat and sheep fetuses, to compare the average time of genital tubercle (GT) migration between sexes, breeds and species, and to evaluate the accuracy of fetal sexing between sexes. A total of 317 fetuses of 219 pregnant females were monitored at 24-hour interval, from days 30 to 60 of pregnancy in ewes, and from days 40 to 60 in goats. Examinations were performed using transrectal ultrasound equipped with a linear transducer of double frequency. Fetuses were identified as male when the GT was next to the umbilical cord and female when the GT was next to the tail. The average time of GT migration in ewes (41.3 ± 3.1 days) was shorter (P < 0.05) than in goats (47.2 ± 2.3 days). In goats, the average time of GT migration of Saanen fetuses was later (P < 0.05) than in fetuses of other breeds, with no difference in the average time of GT migration between male (46.9 ± 2.2) and female fetuses (47.4 ± 2.4). In ewes, the average time of GT migration did not differ (P > 0.05) among breeds and sexes. In goat and sheep, no difference was noticed in the accuracy of fetal sexing between males and females (P > 0.05). The results show that fetal sexing in ewes must be done earlier than in goats, fetal sexing in Saanen goats must be performed later, and fetal sex does not influence the time of GT migration in either of the two species.

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1991 Prospective comparative study of magnetic resonance imaging versus transrectal ultrasound for preoperative staging and follow-up of rectal cancer: preliminary report Dis Colon Rectum 34

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: András Béla Hüttl, Dávid Ádám Korda, M. Zsuzsanna Lénárd, Attila Szendrői, Gábor Rudas, Ildikó Kalina, Bence Fejér, József Szabó, Szabolcs Takács, and Péter Nyirády

al. Three-Tesla magnetic resonance-guided prostate biopsy in men with increased prostate-specific antigen and repeated, negative, random, systematic, transrectal ultrasound biopsies

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Lea Lénárt, Marcel Taverne, Peter Wolleswinkel, Zoltán Gubik, László Molnár, and Ottó Szenci

. , Bosch , P. and Bosch , R. A. ( 1998 ): Determination of early pregnancy and embryonic growth in goats by transrectal ultrasound scanning . Theriogenology 49 , 1555 – 1565 . Mor

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Raaijmakers, R., Kirkels, W. J., Roobol, M. J. és mtsai: Complication rates and risk factors of 5802 transrectal ultrasound-guided sextant biopsies of the prostate within a population-based screening program. Urology, 2002, 60 , 826

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Renáta Bor, Anna Fábián, Klaudia Farkas, Anita Bálint, László Tiszlavicz, Tibor Wittmann, Ferenc Nagy, Tamás Molnár, and Zoltán Szepes

Carmody, B. J., Otchy, D. P.: Learning curve of transrectal ultrasound. Dis. Colon Rectum, 2000, 43 , 193–197. Otchy D. P. Learning curve of transrectal ultrasound

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Magyar Onkológia
Authors: László Varga, Gellért Baradnay, József Hőhn, Zsolt Simonka, Katalin Hideghéthy, Anikó Maráz, Alíz Nikolényi, Blanka Veréb, László Tiszlavicz, István Németh, Eszter Mán, and György Lázár

Blatchford PM Falk 1993 Transrectal ultrasound of rectal tumors Am J Surg 166 638 641

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