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Necessity of Immediate MRI Imaging in the Acute Care of Severely Injured Patients

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Popp, Daniel ; Kerschbaum, Maximilian ; Mahr, Daniel ; Thiedemann, Claudius ; Ernstberger, Antonio ; Wiesinger, Isabel ; Bäumler, Wolf ; Alt, Volker ; Schicho, Andreas
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 26 Jan 2022 15:43


Background and Objectives: The standard diagnostic procedure for a patient with a suspected polytrauma injury is computed tomography (CT). In individual cases, however, extended acute imaging using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can provide valuable and therapy-relevant information. The aim of our cohort study was to find such cases and to describe their characteristics in order to be able to ...


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