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Download Liver MRI: Correlation with Other Imaging Modalities and by Shahid M. Hussain MD, PhD (auth.) PDF

By Shahid M. Hussain MD, PhD (auth.)

This ebook offers a realistic procedure for MR imaging of the focal and diffuse liver lesions. it truly is in keeping with cutting-edge MR imaging sequences, computer-generated drawings, concise determine captions, suitable and systematic (differential) diagnostic details, contemporary literature references, and sufferer administration probabilities.

MR imaging findings are correlated to ultrasound, computed tomography, and pathology whilst appropriate.

This publication will vastly profit all execs and taken with imaging, prognosis, and therapy of focal and diffuse liver lesions, together with radiologists, gastroenterologists, surgeons, pathologists, MR physicists, MRI scientific scientists, radiology and different citizens, MR technicians, and scholars.

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D Axial delayed phase image (DEL): Metastasis shows heterogeneous and persistent ring-shaped enhancement (solid arrow). Hemangiomas show homogeneous enhancement (open arrow). E Axial black-blood echoplanar imaging (BBEPI): Better conspicuity of the lesions is mainly due to the darker vessels. F Axial opposed-phase T1-w GRE image (T1 opposed-phase) shows no sign of fatty infiltration. G Axial portal phase image (POR): Hemangiomas have almost become isointense due to the progressing enhancement. H Axial SSTSE with a long TE of 120 ms shows the solid metastasis much darker (solid arrow) than the non-solid hemangiomas (open arrow) Fig.

Hemangioma, multiple, MRI findings. A Axial TSE image (T2 fatsat): Hemangiomas appear very bright with the abnormally darker liver and spleen due to iron deposition. Note that two lesions are exophytic (arrow). B Axial in-phase image (T1 in-phase): Hemangiomas are hypointense; the spleen appears very dark due to iron deposition. C Axial arterial phase image (ART): Hemangiomas show typical peripheral nodular enhancement. Note a wedge-shaped enhancement (*). D Axial delayed phase image (DEL): Hemangiomas retain contrast.

1991) Hepatic colorectal metastases: Correlation of MR imaging and pathologic appearance. Radiology 180:327 – 332 3. Yoon SS, Tanabe TK (1999) Surgical treatment and other regional treatments for colorectal cancer liver metastases. Oncologist 4:197 – 208 21 Liver Metastases V – Large, Mucinous, Mimicking a Primary Liver Lesion 45 Fig. 1. Metastasis, colorectal, mucinous, drawings. T2 fatsat: metastasis is predominantly hyperintense to the liver with a large size and ragged edges; T1 in-phase: metastasis is predominantly hypointense to the liver; ART: me- tastasis shows predominantly heterogeneous intense enhancement; DEL: metastasis shows washout with enhanced discontinuous pseudocapsule Fig.

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