Diagnosis of Primary Cardiac Malignancies: Magnetic Resonance

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Abstract

Magnetic resonance (MRI) is a multiparametric imaging technique permitting to evaluate the signal properties, morphological characteristics (location, size, infiltrative nature, presence of pleural/pericardial effusions), and contrast enhancement of cardiac tumors [1].

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  1. 1.Fondazione G.Monasterio CNR-Regione ToscanaPisaItaly

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