Magnetic Resonance Colonography in the Detection of Colonic Neoplasm in High-Risk and Average-Risk Individuals

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OBJECTIVES:Magnetic resonance colonography (MRC) is a new noninvasive diagnostic modality for colorectal cancer. However, the use of MRC in the detection of colorectal neoplasm in average-risk individuals remains unknown. This study determined the performance and the patient's preference of MRC in the detection of colorectal neoplasm.METHODS:Both high-risk… (More)
DOI: 10.1046/j.1572-0241.2003.04008.x

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@article{Leung2004MagneticRC, title={Magnetic Resonance Colonography in the Detection of Colonic Neoplasm in High-Risk and Average-Risk Individuals}, author={W Keung Leung and Wynnie Wai-man Lam and Justin C. Y. Wu and Nina Man Ching So and Sara S. L. Fung and Francis K L Chan and Ka-fai To and Deacons Tai-Kong Yeung and Joseph J. Y. Sung}, journal={American Journal of Gastroenterology}, year={2004}, volume={99}, pages={102-108} }