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Assessment of the sequential time–signal enhancement curve of dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI might be effective in diagnosing growth hormone-producing pituitary adenomas

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Mori, N., Mugikura, S. & Takase, K. Assessment of the sequential time–signal enhancement curve of dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI might be effective in diagnosing growth hormone-producing pituitary adenomas. Jpn J Radiol 39, 923–924 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11604-021-01146-0

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