MRI and DWI: the future in cervical cancer?

Daniel Grossi Marconi, Erick Rauber, Paula de Cassia Soares


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Marconi D, Rauber E, Soares P. MRI and DWI: the future in cervical cancer? Int J Cancer Ther Oncol 2013;1(1):01018.
DOI: 10.14319/ijcto.0101.8



MRI; Diffusion

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