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figure B 30 arrow A

abdominal aorta

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figure B 30 arrow B

splenic vein

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figure B 30 arrow C

portal vein

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figure B 30 arrow D

renal vein

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figure B 30 arrow E 

superior mesenteric vein

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figure B 30 arrow F 

inferior vena cava

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figure B 30 arrow G

iliac artery

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vascular imaging of the (venous) abdominal vasculature figure B 30 is typically acquired with

ceMRA delayed

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figure B 31 illustrates vascular imaging of the abdominal vasculature and runoff, this acquisition is acquired with dynamic contrast enhancement and

table stepping from the abdomen down to the legs

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figure B 31 arrow A

abdominal aorta

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figure B 31 arrow B

abdominal aortic aneurysm

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figure B 31 arrow C

common iliac artery

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figure B 31 arrow D

femoral artery

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figure B 31 arrow E

common femoral artery

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figure B 31 arrow F

vascular occlusion

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figure B 31 arrow G

popliteal artery

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figure B 31 arrow H

posterior tibialis artery

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figure B 31 arrow I

anterior tibialis artery

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figure B 31 arrow J

posterior tibialis artery

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figure B 31 arrow K

peroneus brevus artery

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figure B 32 arrow A

subcutaneous fat

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figure B 32 arrow B

rectus abdominus muscle

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figure B 32 arrow C

sacrum

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figure B 32 arrow D

bowel

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figure B 32 arrow E

myometrium

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figure B 32 arrow F

junctional zone

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figure B 32 arrow H

endometrium

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figure B 32 arrow I

bladder

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figure B 32 arrow J

cervix

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figure B 32 arrow K

rectum

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figure B 33 arrow A

spinal canal

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figure B 33 arrow B

gluteal muscles

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figure B 33 arrow C

sacrum

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figure B 33 arrow D

lilium

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figure B 33 arrow E

ovaries

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figure B 33 arrow F

fallopian tubes

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figure B 33 arrow G 

junctional zone

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figure B 33 arrow H

endometrium

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figure B 33 arrow I

myometrium

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figure B 33 arrow J

bladder

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figure B 33 arrow K

femoral head

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figure B 34 arrow A

subcutaneous fat

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figure B 34 arrow B

rectus abdominus muscles

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figure B 34 arrow C

myometrium

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figure B 34 arrow D

junctional zone

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figure B 34 arrow E

endometrium

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figure B 34 arrow F

roof of the acetabulum

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figure B 34 arrow G

cervix

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figure B 34 arrow H

rectum

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for pelvic imaing the best view for the evaluatoin of the uterus is the

sagittal

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for femal pelvic imaging the best view for the evaluatoin of the ovaries is the 

coronal

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figure B 35 arrow A

symphysis pubis

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figure B 35 arrow B

pubic bone

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figure B 35 arrow C

central gland of the prostate

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figure B 35 arrow D

peripheral zone of the prostate (with cancer)

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figure B 35 arrow E

peripheral zone of the prostate (without cancer)

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figure B 35 arrow F

neurovascular bundle

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figure B 35 arrow G

obturator muscle

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figure B 35 arrow H

rectum

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figure B 36 arrow A

bladder

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figure B 36 arrow B

seminal vesicles

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figure B 36 arrow C

vas deferans

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figure B 36 arrow D

central gland of the prostate

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figure B 36 arrow E

base of the prostate

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figure B 36 arrow F

obturator internaus muscle

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figure B 36 arrow G

apex of the prostate

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figure B 36 arrow H

prostate urethra

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figure B 37 arrow A

bowel gas

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figure B 37 arrow B

seminal vesicles

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figure B 37 arrow C

rectum

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figure B 37 arrow D

bladder

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figure B 37 arrow E

base of the prostate

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figure B 37 arrow F

peripheral zone of the prostate

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figure B 37 arrow G

apex of the prostate

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figure B 37 arrow H

symphysis pubis