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The use of axial imaging studies has been increasing fast all over the world regardless the efforts to reduce radiation exposure on computed tomography (CT) scans, which magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can play a role over most indications. Along with the radiation of CT, and the increased risk...
There are currently more than 50 ultra-high field (7 T and above) MRI systems installed around the world. The vast majority of these perform studies on humans, whether healthy volunteers, volunteers for clinical research, or actual patients. The increased magnetic field strength potentially...
Detection and differentiation of lymph node disease in the head and neck can be very difficult but is of importance for staging and treating head and neck (H&N) tumors. This topic is therefore a source of much ongoing study. With constantly evolving imaging technology, there is an ongoing need...
New noninvasive biochemical quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques are increasingly applied in cartilage repair and osteoarthritis (OA), where quantitative T2 mapping and initially also T2* mapping are seen as valid biomarkers. These quantitative MR biomarkers detect early...
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