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In vivo high-resolution imaging of the injured rat spinal cord using a 3.0T clinical MR scanner

Sandner, Beatrice ; Pillai, Deepu R. ; Heidemann, Robin M. ; Schuierer, Gerhard ; Mueller, Matthias F. ; Bogdahn, Ulrich ; Schlachetzki, Felix ; Weidner, Norbert


Results from the present study demonstrate that a routine clinical MR imaging system can be employed for noninvasive analysis of pathological changes occurring in the injured rat spinal cord and thus might represent a more broadly available, powerful tool to monitor the effects of experimental therapeutic interventions in vivo.

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