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MR is able to detect and characterize the majority of disease entities which affect the adrenal glands and kidneys. In the evaluation of the adrenal glands in-phase and out-of-phase T1-weighted imaging may be the most effective noninvasive method to distinguish benign adenomas from malignant...
MRI of the spleen and pancreas requires specialized sequences which diminish artifacts in the upper abdomen High temporal resolution sequences (e.g., spoiled gradient echo) acquired immediately after intravenous Gd-DTPA administration are necessary for imaging both the spleen and pancreas. In...
A variety of diffuse and focal disease processes affect the liver. MRI is likely the imaging modality of choice tor investigation of patients suspected of having diffuse disease such as cirrhosis, hemochromatosis, or fatty infiltration. MRI is extremely effective at detecting and characterizing...
Echo planar imaging (EPI) is an ultrafast magnetic resonance (MR) imaging method first proposed more than 15 years ago. With EPI, all the information necessary to create an image is obtained very rapidlv (typically on the order of 50–150 ms). Special hardware modifications are needed,...
The diagnosis of retroperitoneal pathology has historically presented a challenge to physicians. The signs and symptoms of retropcritoneal diseases are myriad and often subtle. Cross-sectional imaging techniques have therefore had a major impact on retroperitoneal diagnosis. Computed tomography...
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