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Diagnostic Accuracy Of Diffusion‐weighted MRI For Differentiation Of Cervical Cancer And Benign Cervical Lesions At 3.0T: Comparison With Routine MRI And Dynamic Contrast‐enhanced MRI

F. Kuang, Z. Yan, H. Li, H. Feng
Published 2015 · Medicine

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To compare the diagnostic accuracy of routine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) (T1WI and T2WI), diffusion‐weighted MRI (DWI), and DCE‐MRI (dynamic contrast‐enhanced MRI) at 3.0T for differentiation of cervical cancer and benign cervical lesions.
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