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Magnetic resonance Cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is a noninvasive method capable of generating images of the biliary tree that resemble those provided by direct invasive cholangiographic techniques. MRCP is based on the ability of heavily T2-weighted sequences to obtain images in which static...
Implementation of fast T1− and T2-weighted sequences on state-of-the-art magnetic resonance (MR) imagers increases the potential of MR imaging for examining the gallbladder and permits imaging of both cooperative and acutely ill patients with fewer artifacts. Comprehensive evaluation of...
Newer magnetic resonance imaging techniques offer greater precision in diagnosing various pancreatic disorders, primarily through faster image acquisitions. These include breath-hold rapid T1-weighted images, fast spin-echo sequences, and angiographic techniques. Altered signal intensity on...
Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is a diagnostic method that uses three-dimensional data sets for projection images, as well as arbitrary cross-sectional images, of the pancreatic ducts. The method is simple, not uncomfortable, and requires no contrast media. Magnetic resonance...
New techniques have transformed magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the pancreas from an imaging examination that had been inferior to computed tomography (CT) in diagnostic capability, to one that today may well be superior for many applications. These technologic advances include chemical-shift...
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