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Dynamic contrast-enhanced MR imaging.

Padhani AR - Cancer Imaging (2000)

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Affiliation: Paul Strickland Scanner Centre, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood, UK.

ABSTRACT

In recent years PET has progressed from being primarily a research tool to being a clinical imaging technique which adds to and complements existing anatomical and functional modalities. A number of clinical applications have been validated and proven cost-effective, the greatest growth in this promising technique being in the field of clinical oncology.

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Normal size (8 × 7 mm) node with 7 × 6 mm metastasis. (A) Pre-USIOP, and (B) post-USIOP T1-weighted images. (B) Shows 7 × 6 mm area (arrows) with increased SI, and more caudal low SI. (C) Histopathology confirmed 7 × 6 mm metastasis (inside arrows).
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Fig3: Normal size (8 × 7 mm) node with 7 × 6 mm metastasis. (A) Pre-USIOP, and (B) post-USIOP T1-weighted images. (B) Shows 7 × 6 mm area (arrows) with increased SI, and more caudal low SI. (C) Histopathology confirmed 7 × 6 mm metastasis (inside arrows).


Dynamic contrast-enhanced MR imaging.

Padhani AR - Cancer Imaging (2000)

Normal size (8 × 7 mm) node with 7 × 6 mm metastasis. (A) Pre-USIOP, and (B) post-USIOP T1-weighted images. (B) Shows 7 × 6 mm area (arrows) with increased SI, and more caudal low SI. (C) Histopathology confirmed 7 × 6 mm metastasis (inside arrows).
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Fig3: Normal size (8 × 7 mm) node with 7 × 6 mm metastasis. (A) Pre-USIOP, and (B) post-USIOP T1-weighted images. (B) Shows 7 × 6 mm area (arrows) with increased SI, and more caudal low SI. (C) Histopathology confirmed 7 × 6 mm metastasis (inside arrows).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Paul Strickland Scanner Centre, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood, UK.

ABSTRACT

In recent years PET has progressed from being primarily a research tool to being a clinical imaging technique which adds to and complements existing anatomical and functional modalities. A number of clinical applications have been validated and proven cost-effective, the greatest growth in this promising technique being in the field of clinical oncology.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus