Susceptibility‐weighted imaging to visualize blood products and improve tumor contrast in the study of brain masses

@article{Sehgal2006SusceptibilityweightedIT,
  title={Susceptibility‐weighted imaging to visualize blood products and improve tumor contrast in the study of brain masses},
  author={Vivek Sehgal and Zachary Delproposto and Djamel Haddar and E. Mark Haacke and Andrew E. Sloan and Lucia J. Zamorano and Geoffery Barger and Jiani Hu and Yingbiao Xu and Karthik Prabhakaran and Ilaya Raja Elangovan and Jaladhar Neelavalli and J{\"u}rgen R. Reichenbach},
  journal={Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging},
  year={2006},
  volume={24}
}
To evaluate the diagnostic value of susceptibility‐weighted imaging (SWI) for studying brain masses. 
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