|ECR 2018 / C-2687|
|Focal and diffuse hyperintense hepatic lesions on unenhanced T1-weighted MR images: a pictorial essay|
MRI is a reliable diagnostic tool in recognizing focal and diffuse T1 hyperintense liver lesions and providing a characterization through their specific influence of T1 relaxation time.
Knowledge of the T1 signal characteristics of substances such as fat and hemoglobin degradation products allow the radiologist to perform a correct diagnosis.
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ECR 2018 / C-0753
Hepatic cavernous hemangiomas: long-term (>5 years) follow-up changes on contrast-enhanced dynamic computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging and determinant factors of the size change