Natalie Goroncy
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Cardiac function curveSubclinical infectionCancerRadiologyMagnetic resonance imagingHealth careSusceptibility weighted imagingNatural historySurvivorship curvePediatricsYoung adultAsymptomaticAction (philosophy)Social supportPeripartum cardiomyopathyCardiomyopathyPregnancyMalignancyInstitutionPopulationChildhood malignancyRadiation inducedIncidence (epidemiology)Risk factorRadiation therapySocial issuesMedicineGerontology
Publications 4
#1Belinda A. Campbell (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre)H-Index: 16
#2A. Lasocki (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre)
Last. Greg Wheeler (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre)H-Index: 14
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Abstract Aims Radiation-induced cavernomas (RIC) are common late toxicities in long-term survivors of malignancy following cerebral irradiation. However, the natural history of RIC is poorly described. We report the first series of long-term surveillance of RIC using modern magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) including highly sensitive susceptibility-weighted imaging (SWI). The aims of this research were to better characterise the natural history of RIC and investigate the utility of MRI-SWI for sc...
#1Lori Chait-Rubinek (ND: University of Notre Dame)H-Index: 1
#2Justin A. Mariani (Alfred Hospital)H-Index: 23
Last. Belinda A. Campbell (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre)H-Index: 16
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Long-term survivors of childhood, adolescent and young adult (AYA) malignancies with past exposure to potentially cardiotoxic treatments are at risk of peripartum cardiac dysfunction. Incidence and risk factors for peripartum cardiac dysfunction and maternal cardiac outcomes in this population were investigated. Eligible long-term survivors were aged <30 years at cancer diagnosis, with ≥1 pregnancy occurring ≥5 years after diagnosis. “Peripartum” cardiac events were defined as occurring within p...
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#1Belinda A. Campbell (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre)H-Index: 16
#2Greg Wheeler (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre)H-Index: 14
Last. Natalie Goroncy (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre)H-Index: 2
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Background. Long-term survivors of childhood malignancy are a newly emergent patient group with a unique but wide range of survivorship issues. There are rising demands for long-term, medical follow-up and social support for this potentially vulnerable group. These demands stem from improving survival rates and the progressively increasing incidence of late physical, psychological and social sequelae. Case-studies and Discussion. The ideal method to facilitate this long-term follow-up is unclear...
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