Corpus ID: 78893572

Hyperintense lesions on breast MRI inversion recovery sequences: not only cysts!

@inproceedings{Rodrigo2015HyperintenseLO,
  title={Hyperintense lesions on breast MRI inversion recovery sequences: not only cysts!},
  author={S. Rodrigo},
  year={2015}
}
Poster: "ECR 2015 / C-1965 / Hyperintense lesions on breast MRI inversion recovery sequences:  not only cysts!" by: "P. V. Nasute Fauerbach1, S. Perez Rodrigo2; 1Buenos Aires/AR, 2Madrid/ES" 

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