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MR enteroclysis imaging of Crohn disease.
Magnetic resonance (MR) enteroclysis imaging is emerging as a technique for evaluation of the small bowel in patients with Crohn disease. Administration of 1.5-2 L of isosmotic water solution throughExpand
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The clinical significance of acquired jejunoileal diverticula
Objective:Because of the relative rarity of acquired jejunoileal diverticulosis, including its symptomatology and complications, diagnosis is often difficult and delayed, resulting in unnecessaryExpand
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MR enteroclysis: technical considerations and clinical applications
Abstract. Magnetic resonance enteroclysis (MRE) is an emerging technique for the evaluation of small bowel abnormalities. Adequate luminal distention, achieved by the administration of iso-osmoticExpand
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Assessment of Crohn’s disease activity in the small bowel with MR and conventional enteroclysis: preliminary results
Every single imaging finding that can be disclosed on conventional and MR enteroclysis was correlated with the Crohn’s disease activity index (CDAI). Nineteen consecutive patients with Crohn’sExpand
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Imaging of small intestinal Crohn’s disease: comparison between MR enteroclysis and conventional enteroclysis
The purpose of this study was to compare MR enteroclysis (MRE) with conventional enteroclysis (CE) in patients with small intestinal Crohn’s disease. Fifty-two consecutive patients with known orExpand
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Universal frequency-dependent ac conductivity of conducting polymer networks
A model based on the aspect of the distribution of the length of conduction paths accessible for electric charge flow reproduces the universal power-law dispersive ac conductivity observed in polymerExpand
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MR enteroclysis protocol optimization: comparison between 3D FLASH with fat saturation after intravenous gadolinium injection and true FISP sequences
Abstract. The aim of this study was to introduce the true fast imaging with steady-state precession (FISP) sequence for MR enteroclysis and compare it with the already used T1-weighted fast low-angleExpand
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Radiogenic risks from hysterosalpingography
The aim of this study was to determine ovarian dose, effective dose and associated radiogenic risks from hysterosalpingography (HSG), and to provide data for the estimation of radiogenic risksExpand
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MR Imaging of the Small Bowel with a True-FISP Sequence After Enteroclysis with Water Solution
Gourtsoyiannis N, Papanikolaou N, Grammatikakis J, et al. MR imaging of the small bowel with a true-FISP sequence after enteroclysis with water solution. Invest Radiol 2000;35:707–711. RATIONALE ANDExpand
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Crohn's disease lymphadenopathy: MR imaging findings.
PURPOSE To assess mesenteric lymph nodes in patients with different Crohn's disease subtypes identified on MR Enteroclysis. MATERIALS AND METHODS Thirty-four patients, categorized into threeExpand
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