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Abnormal Enhancements After Contrast Injection

  • J. M. Caillé
  • F. Guibert-Tranier
  • A. Calabet
  • J. Billerey
  • J. Piton
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Abstract

Two factors are involved in the enhancement of pathological processes at CT : the vascular pool and extra-vascular diffusion of the contrast agent. Enhancement is of considerable use in visualising and delineating these pathologies but is of only limited interest as regards their characterisation.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. M. Caillé
  • F. Guibert-Tranier
  • A. Calabet
  • J. Billerey
  • J. Piton

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