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Nimble MRI compares well with established PET-CT in dementia neuroimaging

11:44 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Practical and noninvasive, MRI with arterial spin labeling may substitute for PET-CT with the radiotracer 18FDG, which requires intravenous injection, for imaging the brains of patients with suspected early-stage dementia.

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