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DATE

2012-07-25

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C. Schleich, P. Heusch, R.S. Lanzman, O. Vonend, A. Scherer

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Imaging of renal and hypertensive diseases has benefited from the progressive development of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques over the last decades. The use of MRI involves no radiation exposure and provides excellent depiction of pathological processes in all spatial levels. The use of MR angiography (MRA) and MR urography (MRU) are special applications which are implemented in clinical diagnostics with the same accuracy as computed tomography (CT) examinations and in some cases MRA und MRU are more precise. Future trends will focus on special MRI techniques which enable measurement of functional aspects or dispense with the administration of contrast agents but evaluation of these techniques still has to be completed. The MRI is expensive, time-consuming and not universally available so that a strict scrutiny of the indications in combination with good communication between clinical physicians and radiologists is absolutely necessary. More... »

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395-402

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