Clinical validation of high‐resolution fast spin‐echo MR colonography after colon distention with air

@article{Bielen2005ClinicalVO,
  title={Clinical validation of high‐resolution fast spin‐echo MR colonography after colon distention with air},
  author={D. Bielen and H. Bosmans and L. D. De Wever and F. Maes and S. Tejpar and D. Vanbeckevoort and G. Marchal},
  journal={Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging},
  year={2005},
  volume={22}
}
  • D. Bielen, H. Bosmans, +4 authors G. Marchal
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • To evaluate the feasibility of MR colonography (MRC) with air using two‐dimensional (2D) T1‐weighted fast spin‐echo (T1wFSE) in patients scheduled for conventional colonoscopy (CC) after classic bowel preparation, and assess the ability of the technique to detect colonic lesions. The distention was sufficient for diagnosis, and the technique provided adequate delineation of the wall in the majority of segments. Residual fluid obscured the wall in different segments, especially in the ascending… CONTINUE READING
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