[Whole body functional MR imaging: hemato-oncologic applications]

A Luciani, C Lin, P Beaussart, P Zerbib, C Haioun, A Rahmouni
Journal de Radiologie 2010, 91 (3): 375-80
Hemato-oncologic imaging combines anatomical and functional imaging data for optimal staging and follow-up of patients. It is currently possible to achieve high spatial resolution and functional evaluation at whole body MR imaging. Functional imaging may be achieved with two techniques: dynamic imaging following intravenous contrast injection and diffusion-weighted imaging. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how both functional imaging techniques can be combined with whole body MR imaging for the evaluation of multiple myeloma and lymphomas.

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