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[Basic evaluation of a new technique, tailored contrast truck-fluid-attenuated driven inversion-recovery (TACT-FLADIR), to attenuate the signals of both cerebrospinal fluid and inflow artifacts].

[Basic evaluation of a new technique, tailored contrast truck-fluid-attenuated driven inversion-recovery (TACT-FLADIR), to attenuate the signals of both cerebrospinal fluid and inflow artifacts]. Nihon Hoshasen Gijutsu Gakkai Zasshi. 2004 Sep; 60(9):1316-24.

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