The diagnostic accuracy/efficacy of MRI in differentiating hepatic hemangiomas from metastatic colorectal/breast carcinoma: a multiple reader ROC analysis using a jackknife technique.

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PURPOSE Our purpose was to determine the diagnostic accuracy efficacy of a simple MR technique in differentiating hepatic hemangiomas from colorectal or breast metastases using a multiple reader method. METHOD Thirty-seven cases with confirmed hepatic hemangiomas and 115 with confirmed hepatic metastases (colon primary, n = 86; breast primary, n = 29… (More)

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@article{Lee1996TheDA, title={The diagnostic accuracy/efficacy of MRI in differentiating hepatic hemangiomas from metastatic colorectal/breast carcinoma: a multiple reader ROC analysis using a jackknife technique.}, author={M. G. Lee and Marissa Baker and Henry Dirk Sostman and Charles E. Spritzer and Shevaun Paine and Eric K Paulson and Mary T. Keogan}, journal={Journal of computer assisted tomography}, year={1996}, volume={20 6}, pages={905-13} }