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OBJECTIVE Hepatic metastases from neuroendocrine tumors are often markedly hyperintense on unenhanced T2-weighted MR images, making their appearance similar to that of cavernous hemangiomas. In(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to compare breath-hold three-dimensional (3D) rapid gradient-echo (GRE) MR imaging obtained before and after gadolinium chelate injection with T2-weighted fast(More)
OBJECTIVE The goal of our study was to compare a T2-weighted breath-hold fast spin-echo (BHSE) technique with T2-weighted non-breath-hold fast spin-echo techniques for imaging the liver. SUBJECTS(More)
PURPOSE The goal of our study was to compare a T2-weighted breathhold fast spin-echo (BHFSE) technique with T2-weighted nonbreathhold fast spin-echo (FSE) technique for characterizing cavernous(More)
PURPOSE Our goal was to determine the relative merits of gadolinium chelate-enhanced 3D spoiled gradient-recalled (GRE) MRI versus maximum intensity projection (MIP) reformatted images in assessing(More)
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