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Figure 1. Pancreas volume measurements.. From: Measurement of Pancreatic Volume by Abdominal MRI: A Validation Study.

A. In vivo – Representative abdominal image with highlighted pig pancreas. In average 20 abdominal slices were needed to cover entire mini-pig pancreas. B. Ex vivo - the extracted mini-pig pancreas.

Edward W. Szczepaniak, et al. PLoS One. 2013;8(2):e55991.
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Figure 2. The strong correlation of pancreatic volumes measured by MRI and ex vivo.. From: Measurement of Pancreatic Volume by Abdominal MRI: A Validation Study.

The correlation remains strong even without the point from an animal with an exceptionally large pancreatic volume. The dashed line indicates identity line.

Edward W. Szczepaniak, et al. PLoS One. 2013;8(2):e55991.
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Figure 3. Human pancreas imaging.. From: Measurement of Pancreatic Volume by Abdominal MRI: A Validation Study.

A. Representative, human abdominal image with pancreas highlighted in yellow. In average 47 slices were needed to cover entire human pancreas. The slice orientation is oblique relative to human body but it is axial relative to pancreas. B. High reproducibility of pancreatic volume measurement by abdominal MRI in 4 human subjects with the average pancreas size within 24 hours. The filled circles represent measurement at visit 1 and open circles represent measurement at visit 2, 24 hours later.

Edward W. Szczepaniak, et al. PLoS One. 2013;8(2):e55991.

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