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Prospective comparison of transient, point shear wave, and magnetic resonance elastography for staging liver fibrosis.

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Summary of "Prospective comparison of transient, point shear wave, and magnetic resonance elastography for staging liver fibrosis."

To perform head-to-head comparisons of the feasibility and diagnostic performance of transient elastography (TE), point shear-wave elastography (pSWE), and magnetic resonance elastography (MRE).

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Name: European radiology
ISSN: 1432-1084
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