[Magnetic resonance imaging for bone marrow metastases of neuroblastoma].


From March 1985 to February 1987, 41 patients (pts) presenting with a neuroblastoma underwent 52 MRI to detect bone marrow metastases. Mean age was 4 years (R: 6 m, 13 y). Acquisitions were done with a 1.5 t unit. Images were obtained in coronal (legs and pelvis) and sagittal (dorso-lumbar spine) sections. Nine out of 52 examinations were excluded because… (More)


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