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Abstract #3772

Plain magnetic resonance imaging by black blood sequences to assess vascular invasion of complex retroperitoneal occupying

Ying Cui1, Yufei Zhao1, and Xingui Peng1
1Southeast University, Nanjing, China


This study aimed to investigate the value of plain conventional and black-blood magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for assessing the invasion of large and important vessels in patients with complex retroperitoneal tumors. The great advantages of vascular wall imaging are non-invasive and non-enhanced, as well as three-dementional, which provides a better presence and evaluation of wall structure, tumor contact of the vessel circumference, narrowing, and deformity. The researchers in the field of vascular imaging should be interested in this topic.

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