MRI versus ct and us in the evaluation of a patient presenting with superior Vena Cava Syndrome case report

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      Three cross-sectional imaging modalities are compared in the evaluation of a patient with Superior Vena Cava Syndrome. The apparent and potential advantages of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) over computer tomography (CT) and ultrasound (US) are discussed.


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