His primary areas of study are Radiology, Internal medicine, Lung cancer, Magnetic resonance imaging and Cardiology. Matthijs Oudkerk combines subjects such as Prospective cohort study, Vascular disease, Lung and Nuclear medicine with his study of Radiology. The concepts of his Internal medicine study are interwoven with issues in Hyperintensity and Surgery.
His Hyperintensity study incorporates themes from White matter, Pathology, Stroke and Dementia, Cognitive decline. His Lung cancer research includes elements of Stage, Randomized controlled trial, Incidence and Mass screening. His work on Magnetic resonance imaging is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Artery.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Radiology, Internal medicine, Nuclear medicine, Cardiology and Lung cancer screening. Matthijs Oudkerk has included themes like Neuroradiology and Lung in his Radiology study. He usually deals with Internal medicine and limits it to topics linked to Pathology and Hyperintensity.
His work in the fields of Nuclear medicine, such as Imaging phantom, intersects with other areas such as Reproducibility. His studies deal with areas such as Pulmonary nodule, Randomized controlled trial, Incidence and Mass screening as well as Lung cancer screening. His Magnetic resonance imaging study which covers Coronary arteries that intersects with Coronary angiography.
Matthijs Oudkerk mainly investigates Radiology, Lung cancer, Lung cancer screening, Internal medicine and Nuclear medicine. In his study, Epidemiology and Artificial intelligence is strongly linked to Lung, which falls under the umbrella field of Radiology. His research integrates issues of Cancer screening, Randomized controlled trial, Disease and Nodule in his study of Lung cancer.
He works mostly in the field of Lung cancer screening, limiting it down to concerns involving Pulmonary nodule and, occasionally, Maximum intensity projection and Biomedical engineering. His research investigates the connection with Internal medicine and areas like Cardiology which intersect with concerns in Magnetic resonance imaging. His Imaging phantom study in the realm of Nuclear medicine connects with subjects such as Reproducibility.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Radiology, Lung cancer, Lung cancer screening, Computed tomography and Nuclear medicine. His work carried out in the field of Lung cancer brings together such families of science as Cancer, Incidence, Randomized controlled trial, Lung and Stage. His Lung cancer screening research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Low dose ct, Logistic regression, Trial registration, Mass screening and Risk stratification.
His work in Computed tomography addresses issues such as Adenocarcinoma, which are connected to fields such as Tissue sampling. His Nuclear medicine research incorporates elements of Receiver operating characteristic, Image-guided radiation therapy and Dual energy ct. His Ct screening research focuses on subjects like Gynecology, which are linked to Internal medicine.
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Prevalence of cerebral white matter lesions in elderly people: a population based magnetic resonance imaging study. The Rotterdam Scan Study
F-E de Leeuw;J C de Groot;E Achten;M Oudkerk.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (2001)
Reduced Lung-Cancer Mortality with Volume CT Screening in a Randomized Trial
Harry J. de Koning;Carlijn M. van der Aalst;Pim A. de Jong;Ernst T. Scholten.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2020)
Cerebral white matter lesions and cognitive function: the Rotterdam Scan Study.
Jan Cees De Groot;Frank‐Erik De Leeuw;Matthijs Oudkerk;Jan Van Gijn.
Annals of Neurology (2000)
Coronary angiography with multi-slice computed tomography
Koen Nieman;Matthijs Oudkerk;Benno Rensing;Peter van Ooijen.
The Lancet (2001)
Management of lung nodules detected by volume CT scanning
Rob J van Klaveren;Matthijs Oudkerk;Mathias Prokop;Ernst T Scholten.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2009)
Hypertension and cerebral white matter lesions in a prospective cohort study
FE de Leeuw;FE de Leeuw;FE de Leeuw;de Jan Groot;de Jan Groot;Matthijs Oudkerk;Jcm Witteman.
Incidence and Risk Factors of Silent Brain Infarcts in the Population-Based Rotterdam Scan Study
Sarah E. Vermeer;Peter J. Koudstaal;Matthijs Oudkerk;Albert Hofman.
Coronary Calcification Improves Cardiovascular Risk Prediction in the Elderly
Rozemarijn Vliegenthart;Matthijs Oudkerk;Albert Hofman;Hok-Hay S. Oei.
Cerebral white matter lesions and the risk of dementia.
Niels D. Prins;Ewoud J. van Dijk;Tom den Heijer;Sarah E. Vermeer.
JAMA Neurology (2004)
Periventricular cerebral white matter lesions predict rate of cognitive decline
Jan Cees De Groot;Frank-Erik De Leeuw;Frank-Erik De Leeuw;Matthijs Oudkerk;Jan Van Gijn.
Annals of Neurology (2002)
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