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Abstract #2363

3.0T Magnetic resonance for adult pulmonary tuberculosis

Qinqin Yan1, Shuyi Yang2, Jie Shen2, Shuihua Lu2, Fei Shan2, and Yuxin Shi2
1Radiology of Departemnt, Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center, Shanghai, China, 2Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center, Shanghai, China

Pulmonary tuberculosis is common chronic infectious disease, with a wide range of patients from infancy to the elderly. Currently, CT is the a commonly used method of examination, but radiation is not negligible. MRI as a non-radiative lesion, and functional measurement, can be used for tuberculosis examination and follow-up. This article provides a feasible examination plan for routine examination of tuberculosis via comparisons of T1-weighted Star vibe and standad vibe, and T2-weighted fBLADE and 3D SPACE.

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