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Multiplanar Reformation of CT Scan for Preoperative Staging of Gastric Cancer
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 Title & Authors
Multiplanar Reformation of CT Scan for Preoperative Staging of Gastric Cancer
Kim, Honsoul; Lim, Joon Seok;
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 Abstract
Recent progress on CT such as multi-detector row CT, oral contrast agents and multiplanar reconstruction have markedly improved the image quality as well as diagnostic performance of gastric cancer. Multiplanar reformatted images at predetermined orientations can be easily performed and embedded into routine CT protocol without increasing medical expense or labor. Currently, many institutions have adopted routine multiplanar reformatted protocols and therefore knowledge on them can improve the diagnostic accuracy of gastric cancer.
 Keywords
Stomach cancer;CT;Multiplanar reformation;
 Language
English
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