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Effects of strength training on lactate threshold and endurance performance.
To determine the effects of 12 wk of strength training on lactate threshold (LT) and endurance performance, 18 healthy untrained males between 25 and 34 yr of age were randomly assigned to eitherExpand
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Liver Perfusion Studied with Ultrafast CT
Objective Our goal was to quantify absolute hepatic arterial and portal venous perfusion noninvasively in patients with and without liver disease using ultrafast CT. Materials and Methods A singleExpand
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Bolus dynamics: theoretical and experimental aspects.
This paper analyses the arterial enhancement produced by short intravenous boluses of iodinated contrast medium, with particular attention to the differences between various types of contrast media.Expand
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The release of histamine from human basophils by radiological contrast agents.
The capacity of conventional and new low-osmolality contrast agents to stimulate histamine release from human basophils has been studied in vitro. When compared on an iodine concentration basis, theExpand
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Functional imaging in CT.
  • P. Dawson
  • Medicine
  • European journal of radiology
  • 1 December 2006
Fast data acquisition imaging technologies such as modern computed tomography (CT) allow contrast agents to be used as tracers and nuclear medicine methodology may be used to derive a variety ofExpand
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Functional CT Imaging of the Acute Hyperemic Response to Radiation Therapy of the Prostate Gland: Early Experience
Purpose Functional CT can measure perfusion and permeability. We hypothesized that acute changes could be measured in these indexes following radiation therapy (RT) to the prostate gland. MethodExpand
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Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis: Possible mechanisms and imaging management strategies
  • P. Dawson
  • Medicine
  • Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI
  • 1 October 2008
TWO GROUPS OF CONTRAST AGENTS have been developed and successfully introduced into clinical MRI practice worldwide. These are the gadolinium chelates (1–4) and the superparamagnetic particles (5),Expand
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The new low-osmolar contrast media: a simple guide.
The rationale of the new, low-osmolality contrast media for intravascular use is briefly discussed and the technical and commercial data are assembled in a form which, it is hoped, will helpExpand
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Contrast, coagulation, and fibrinolysis.
Some adverse clinical effects of intravascular radiologic contrast agents have been attributed to their interference with the normal hemostatic processes. This study compares the effects of the lowExpand
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Contrast Bolus Dynamic Computed Tomography for the Measurement of Solid Organ Perfusion
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES. The authors have investigated the aortic responses to various intravenous bolus injections of nonionic and ionic contrast media and have presented data illustrating theExpand
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