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Quantitative mapping of water content, especially in the human brain, has the potential to provide important information for the study and diagnosis of diseases associated with a focal or global change in tissue water homeostasis. In the current work, an imaging method for the precise and accurate quantification of tissue water content is presented. The(More)
There is increasing evidence that the pathophysiology of hepatic encephalopathy is tightly associated with low-grade cerebral oedema; however, no method has yet specifically and unambiguously confirmed this hypothesis in vivo. The current study describes the quantitative measurement of localised water content using MRI in a cohort of 38 patients suffering(More)
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