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- ‘If there are any diagnostic doubts, patients should be referred for evaluation by magnetic resonance imaging or arthroscopy.’
- ‘Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging of the head gave normal results as did computed tomography of the cervical spine.’
- ‘The researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging to measure blood flow throughout the brains of 16 adults.’
- ‘Confirmation of a stress fracture is best made using triple phase nuclear medicine bone scan or magnetic resonance imaging.’
- ‘Doctors can check the implant, after it has been inserted, simply by feeling it, or by ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, or a blood test.’
- ‘She had magnetic resonance imaging of the heart to rule out right ventricular dysplasia, and this showed no abnormality.’
- ‘If surgery is contemplated, injected dye, or magnetic resonance imaging can outline the blockages of the vessels in detail.’
- ‘For the new study, Kwangwook Cho's team at the university medical school, used magnetic resonance imaging to measure brain volumes.’
- ‘The increasing availability of magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasonography should improve diagnostic reliability.’
- ‘Strokes can be diagnosed by computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging.’
- ‘Ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves and magnetic resonance imaging uses radio waves.’
- ‘Metabolic and toxic screens, as well as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, were used to exclude other causes of dementia.’
- ‘More recent and dramatic evidence has come largely through functional magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography.’
- ‘Computed tomography scans and magnetic resonance imaging also are adapted from space technology.’
- ‘The past decade has seen an increasing ability to perform preliminary examination of the effect of new treatments by using magnetic resonance imaging as an outcome measure.’
- ‘Computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, or autopsy results were obtained for 84% of strokes.’
- ‘The spinal canal should be examined by magnetic resonance imaging or computed tomography, and surgery is indicated for severe symptoms.’
- ‘A nuclear bone scan and magnetic resonance imaging of the spine confirmed compression fractures of those two vertebrae.’
- ‘The researchers investigated the dilatation changes in the brachial artery using high resolution magnetic resonance imaging.’
- ‘Dimples should never be probed and should be evaluated with magnetic resonance imaging before neurosurgical intervention.’
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