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Magnetic resonance imaging of the bone marrow in hematological malignancies
Abstract. Despite its lack of specificity, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the bone marrow has the potential to play a role in the management of patients with primary neoplastic disorders of theExpand
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Mammography and subsequent whole-breast sonography of nonpalpable breast cancers: the importance of radiologic breast density.
OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to determine the contribution of mammography followed by sonography for the detection of nonpalpable breast cancers in Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS)Expand
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Magnetic resonance imaging of the normal bone marrow
Abstract The bone marrow is a complex organ that contains fat and nonfat cells, the proportions of which vary greatly with age and in the different bones of the skeleton. Magnetic resonance (MR)Expand
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Evaluation of biventricular ejection fraction with ECG-gated 16-slice CT: preliminary findings in acute pulmonary embolism in comparison with radionuclide ventriculography
This study aimed to assess the feasibility of cardiac global function evaluation during a whole-chest multi-slice CT (MSCT) acquisition in patients referred for suspicion of pulmonary embolism (PE),Expand
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Classification and detection of bone marrow lesions with magnetic resonance imaging
Abstract A logical approach to bone marrow alterations is proposed that takes into account the high sensitivity and specificity of MR imaging for the detection of marrow fat. Marrow signal intensityExpand
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Validation of the Ottawa knee rules in an emergency teaching centre
Abstract. Our objective was to determine the value of the Ottawa knee rules when applied by users with different levels of clinical training. We used a prospective patient survey by the medicalExpand
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Principes d'interpretation de l'imagerie des articulations sacro-iliaques.
Interpretation of sacroiliac joints imaging is uneasy. Simultaneous erosions, hyperostosis, and ankylosis together make the diagnosis of inflammatory lesions. Articular abnormalities may also beExpand
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Magnetic resonance imaging of normal bone marrow
Abstract. The appearance in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the bones depends, to a large extent, on the unmineralized content of the bone cavities. Because yellow marrow contains a large numberExpand
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Long‐term effects of localized spinal radiation therapy on vertebral fractures and focal lesions appearance in patients with multiple myeloma
The occurrence of new vertebral fractures and focal marrow lesions was determined and compared in irradiated and nonirradiated vertebrae of 12 patients with multiple myeloma (MM), prospectivelyExpand
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