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    September 2016
  1. OLIGANE HC, Xing M, Kim HS
    Effect of Bridging Local-Regional Therapy on Recurrence of Hepatocellular Carcinoma and Survival after Orthotopic Liver Transplantation.
    Radiology. 2016 Sep 27:160288.
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    May 2016
  2. KIM JS, Kwon JH, Kim KW, Kim J, et al
    CT Features of Primary Graft Nonfunction after Liver Transplantation.
    Radiology. 2016 May 6:152157.
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    June 2015
  3. SON JY, Lee JY, Yi NJ, Lee KW, et al
    Hepatic Steatosis: Assessment with Acoustic Structure Quantification of US Imaging.
    Radiology. 2015 Jun 29:141779.
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    October 2014
  4. ROSENKRANTZ AB, Campbell N, Wehrli N, Triolo MJ, et al
    New OPTN/UNOS Classification System for Nodules in Cirrhotic Livers Detected with MR Imaging: Effect on Hepatocellular Carcinoma Detection and Transplantation Allocation.
    Radiology. 2014 Oct 7:140069.
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    September 2014
  5. LEE DH, Lee JM, Baek JH, Shin CI, et al
    Diagnostic Performance of Gadoxetic Acid-enhanced Liver MR Imaging in the Detection of HCCs and Allocation of Transplant Recipients on the Basis of the Milan Criteria and UNOS Guidelines: Correlation with Histopathologic Findings.
    Radiology. 2014 Sep 5:140141.
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    July 2014
  6. YOON JH, Lee JM, Joo I, Lee ES, et al
    Hepatic Fibrosis: Prospective Comparison of MR Elastography and US Shear Wave Elastography for Evaluation.
    Radiology. 2014 Jul 7:132000.
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