Pai-Jung Huang

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OBJECTIVE Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is more sensitive than mammography and sonography for breast cancer detection, but its diagnostic specificity is still being debated, and standardised criteria are lacking. METHODS This study used a dedicated breast MRI system with a Spiral RODEO pulse sequence, and applied postprocessing techniques including(More)
MRI provides a highly sensitive technique for early detection of abnormal breast tissue. It is useful for identifying a status of proliferation, angiogenesis, and microvascular permeability, which may indicate early breast neoplasm formation. We retrospectively studied 2005 breast MRI images from Taiwanese women and classified them as either healthy or(More)
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