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Practical medical applications of quantitative MR relaxometry.

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Relationship between contrast enhancement on fluid-attenuated inversion recovery MR sequences and signal intensity on T2-weighted MR images: visual evaluation of brain tumors.

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Phased array breath-hold versus non-breath-hold MR imaging of focal liver lesions: a prospective comparative study.

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MR-relaxometry of myocardial tissue: significant elevation of T1 and T2 relaxation times in cardiac amyloidosis.

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Effects of iodinated contrast and field strength on gadolinium enhancement: implications for direct MR arthrography.

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An open-source software tool for the generation of relaxation time maps in magnetic resonance imaging.

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MR breast imaging: a comparative analysis of conventional and parallel imaging acquisition.

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Diffusion-weighted MR imaging of intracerebral masses: comparison with conventional MR imaging and histologic findings.

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High spatial resolution quantitative MR images: an experimental study of dedicated surface coils.

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The role of magnetic resonance techniques in understanding and managing multiple sclerosis.

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Assessment of myocardial perfusion by magnetic resonance imaging.

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MR relaxometry of the liver: significant elevation of T1 relaxation time in patients with liver cirrhosis.

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Non-invasive detection of liver fibrosis: Is superparamagnetic iron oxide particle-enhanced MR imaging a contributive technique?

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Image quality improvement of composed whole-spine MR images by applying a modified homomorphic filter--first results in cases of multiple myeloma.

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[Magnetic resonance in the study of suprarenal neoplasms. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of signal intensity].

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Equilibrium signal intensity mapping, an MRI method for fast mapping of longitudinal relaxation rates and for image enhancement.

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Quantitative MR in multi-center clinical trials.

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