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  1. In breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) analysis for lesion detection and classification, radiologists agree that both morphological and dynamic features are important to differentiate benign from malignant...

    Authors: Roberta Fusco, Massimiliano Di Marzo, Carlo Sansone, Mario Sansone and Antonella Petrillo
    Citation: European Radiology Experimental 2017 1:10
  2. Our aim was to confirm the usefulness of the perilymphatic signal changes on T2-weighted (T2W) gradient-echo sequence to differentiate vestibular schwannomas from internal auditory canal (IAC) meningiomas, thr...

    Authors: A. Venkatasamy, D. Le Foll, A. Karol, B. Lhermitte, A. Charpiot, C. Debry, F. Proust, N. Meyer and F. Veillon
    Citation: European Radiology Experimental 2017 1:8
  3. The no-flow region (NF) visualised by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in myocardial infarction (MI) has been explained as the product of reperfusion-injury-induced microvascular obstruction. However, a simila...

    Authors: Gabriel A. Elgavish, Tamas Simor, Rob J. van der Geest, Pal Suranyi, Pal P. Kiss, Zsofia Lenkey, Robert Kirschner, Dezhi Wang, Brigitta C. Brott and Akos Varga-Szemes
    Citation: European Radiology Experimental 2017 1:2

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