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- non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
- liver transplantation
- surgical complications
We read with great interest the letter to the editor by Guiu and Cercueil1 referring to our study on invasive and non-invasive methods in quantifying liver fat content.2 The authors commented on the MRI T2*-bias associated with presence of iron in the liver. They contend that multi-echo (ME) rather than dual-echo (DE) sequences are superior, and indicate the potential confounding effect of a relatively high flip angle and T1 bias associated with the sequences used in our study. Furthermore, they emphasise the need for international guidelines regarding sequences used by MRI …
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