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Characterization of the microstructure of the intervertebral disc in patients with chronic low back pain by diffusion kurtosis imaging

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Characterization of the microstructure of the intervertebral disc in patients with chronic low back pain by diffusion kurtosis imaging
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European Spine Journal, August 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00586-019-06095-x
Authors

Li, Zhiguo Zhou, Wei Xiong, Jicheng Fang, Yang Li, Zhanying Jiao, Alessandro Scotti, Feng Li, WenZhen Zhu, Kejia Cai

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#10,748,254
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