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Leberdiagnostik II: Aktueller Stand und Perspektiven der Kernspintomographie

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Der Stellenwert der Kernspintomographie in der Diagnostik des Oberbauches ist noch nicht ausreichend definiert. Die Leber erweist sich in erster Linie wegen der Atemartefakte als problematisch für kernspintomographische Untersuchungen, auch muß sich die MR-Tomographie mit der inzwischen technisch ausgereiften Computertomographie vergleichen lassen. Die verschiedenen signalbestimmenden Parameter bilden im Zusammenhang mit der enormen technischen Flexibilität der Kernspintomographie (Schichtebene, T1- und T2-Gewichtung etc.) jedoch die Grundlagen für neue wissenschaftliche und klinische Erkenntnisse in der bildgebenden Diagnostik der Leber.

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