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  • N. Grenier
  • J. F. Chateil
  • P. Kien
  • H. Kressel
  • J. M. Caille
  • J. Broussin

Abstract

Excellent contrast sensitivity and the contribution of sagittal views are major assets of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as an effective and promising technique for the exploration of the spine.

Keywords

Cervical Spine Vertebral Body Spinal Canal Nucleus Pulposus Annulus Fibrosus 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. Grenier
  • J. F. Chateil
  • P. Kien
  • H. Kressel
  • J. M. Caille
  • J. Broussin

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