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Intracerebral lesion contrast with spin-echo and fast spin-echo pulse sequences.Academic Article Why?
Fast spin echo vs conventional spin echo in cervical spine imaging.Academic Article Why?
Improved T2 mapping accuracy with dual-echo turbo spin echo: effect of phase encoding profile orders.Academic Article Why?
Case 2-2000. Transesophageal echocardiography-associated gastrointestinal trauma.Academic Article Why?
Ramachandran, VasanPerson Why?
Risk of sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis associated with seropositivity for herpesviruses and echovirus-7.Academic Article Why?
Air-filled proteinaceous microbubbles: synthesis of an echo-contrast agent.Academic Article Why?
(Contributing Author) Echo SAP5, Echocardiography Self-Assessment ProgramAcademic Article Why?
Physical factors influencing numerical echo-amplitude data extracted from B-scan ultrasound images.Academic Article Why?
MR imaging of hemorrhagic brain lesions: a comparison of dual-echo gradient- and spin-echo and fast spin-echo techniques.Academic Article Why?
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Accurate brain volumetry with diffusion-weighted spin-echo single-shot echo-planar-imaging and dual-clustering segmentation: comparison with volumetry-validated quantitative magnetic resonance imaging.Academic Article Why?
Echocardiographic findings of patients with retinal ischemia or embolism.Academic Article Why?
Intraoperative echocardiography.Academic Article Why?
Gradient and spin echo(cardiographic) magnetic resonance imaging: prevalence of descriptive errors in published articles.Academic Article Why?
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