Feasibility study using iodine quantification on dual-energy CT enterography to distinguish normal small bowel from active inflammatory Crohn's disease.
De Kock, Isabelle; Delrue, Louke; Lecluyse, Clarisse; Hindryckx, Pieter; De Vos, Martine; Villeirs, Geert.
; : 284185118799508, 2018 Sep 05.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-30185070
Utilidad clínica de la troponina I en la tromboembolia pulmonar
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