The Potential of High Resolution Magnetic Resonance Microscopy in the Pathologic Analysis of Resected Breast and Lymph Tissue

@inproceedings{Dashevsky2015ThePO,
  title={The Potential of High Resolution Magnetic Resonance Microscopy in the Pathologic Analysis of Resected Breast and Lymph Tissue},
  author={Brittany Z Dashevsky and Timothy M. D'Alfonso and Elizabeth J. Sutton and A E Giambrone and Eric Aronowitz and Elizabeth A. Morris and Krishna Juluru and Douglas J. Ballon},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
Pathologic evaluation of breast specimens requires a fixation and staining procedure of at least 12 hours duration, delaying diagnosis and post-operative planning. Here we introduce an MRI technique with a custom-designed radiofrequency resonator for imaging breast and lymph tissue with sufficient spatial resolution and speed to guide pathologic interpretation and offer value in clinical decision making. In this study, we demonstrate the ability to image breast and lymphatic tissue using 7.0… CONTINUE READING
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