volume 9, issue 4, P485-491 1991
DOI: 10.1016/0730-725x(91)90033-i
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Abstract: The clinical utility of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the diagnosis of gynecologic masses was evaluated in 25 patients. In each patient the final pathologic diagnosis was semiquantitatively correlated with the diagnostic impressions from pelvic examination, ultrasound and MRI. There were 9 uterine, 11 ovarian and 5 nonovarian pelvic masses. Pelvic examination correlation with final diagnosis was 26%, consistent with the literature. Ultrasound fared surprisingly poorly, with only 44% correlation. MRI show…

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