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The oral cavity and tongue: magnetic resonance imaging


Radiology 155(1): 151-153
The oral cavity and tongue: magnetic resonance imaging
Magnetic resonance images of the oral cavity were obtained in the sagittal, coronal, and axial planes on normal volunteers. Although judgment regarding the current capabilities of magnetic resonance in imaging of the oral cavity remains guarded, expectations are that it could eventually surpass other diagnostic modalities in providing useful information about the oral cavity and tongue.


Accession: 006728664

PMID: 3975395

DOI: 10.1148/radiology.155.1.3975395



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