With the articles selected in this volume, thanks to the great efforts and expertise of the Authors, we have tried to give the radiologist’s point of view on the most recent innovations in the field of diagnostic and interventional imaging of gland diseases, in an era in which the integration of clinical knowledge and the multidisciplinary approach represents a fundamental strategy for patient management.
Apparent diffusion coefficient magnetic resonance imaging (ADC-MRI) in the axillary breast cancer lymph node metastasis detection: a narrative review
Biparametric (bp) and multiparametric (mp) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) approach to prostate cancer disease: a narrative review of current debate on dynamic contrast enhancement
Ultra-high frequency ultrasound (UHFUS) applications in Sjogren syndrome: narrative review and current concepts
Pituitary magnetic resonance imaging vs. bilateral inferior petrosal sinus sampling: comparison between non-invasive and invasive diagnostic techniques for Cushing’s disease—a narrative review
Magnetic resonance severity index assessed by T1-weighted imaging for acute pancreatitis: correlation with clinical outcomes and grading of the revised Atlanta classification—a narrative review
The series “Multimodality Advanced Imaging and Intervention in Gland Diseases” was commissioned by the editorial office, Gland Surgery without any sponsorship or funding. Dr. Antonio Barile served as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.