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Prostate carcinoma is the most common cancer in men and the second most lethal malignancy among the American male population. Nevertheless, it is potentially curable if detected early and treated appropriately. Treatment options vary depending on the extent (stage) of the cancer. MRI has no role...
Hepatic MRI has become a useful imaging modality in recent years. As with all diagnostic imaging, the seanning techniques available for hepatic MRI are manifold and complex. The article discusses these techniques and their practical applications. Contrast agents and the MR appearances of various...
Renal and adrenal anatomy, both normal and abnormal, are well depicted by MRI Although MRI is not a sensitive modality for detection of renal cell carcinoma, it has clinical utility for evaluation of vascular involvement or direct extension of neoplasm into adjacent organs when CT findings are...
This article summarizes the applications of MRI to gynecology, with particular emphasis on the evaluation of adenomyosis, leiomyomas, ovarian masses, and uterine and cervical cancer.
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