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Academic Article Impact of lung volume on MR signal intensity changes of the lung parenchyma.
Academic Article Radiographic evaluation of central venous catheter position: anatomic correlation using gated coronary computed tomographic angiography.
Academic Article Ventilation-perfusion ratio of signal intensity in human lung using oxygen-enhanced and arterial spin labeling techniques.
Academic Article Three-dimensional spiral CT cholangiography in patients with suspected obstructive biliary disease: comparison with endoscopic retrograde cholangiography.
Academic Article Gravitational gradients in expiratory computed tomography examinations of patients with small airways disease: effect of body position on extent of air trapping.
Academic Article Effect of lung inflation on arterial spin labeling signal in MR perfusion imaging of human lung.
Academic Article [Spiral CT in acute pulmonary embolism].
Academic Article [Spiral-CT [corrected] in chronic lung thromboembolism.
Academic Article T1 mapping of the entire lung parenchyma: Influence of the respiratory phase in healthy individuals.
Academic Article [From morphology to function: progress in integrated lung imaging using computerized tomography and magnetic resonance tomography].
Academic Article T1 mapping of the entire lung parenchyma: Influence of respiratory phase and correlation to lung function test results in patients with diffuse lung disease.
Academic Article Gravity-dependent signal gradients on MR images of the lung in supine and prone positions: a comparison with isogravitational signal variability.
Academic Article Double inversion recovery imaging of the brain: initial experience and comparison with fluid attenuated inversion recovery imaging.
Academic Article Determination of regional pulmonary parenchymal strain during normal respiration using spin inversion tagged magnetization MRI.

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