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February 2023

MR Imaging of the Adnexa
Erica B. Stein, Kimberly L. Shampain, Editors

This issue of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics of North America is authored by gynecologic radiology experts and covers a wide range of pathologic conditions and topics. The first article focuses on the anatomical MR appearance of the ovaries in patients of all ages. A range of adnexal developmental anomalies and variants are then presented, followed by a dedicated article on fallopian tubes. A detailed discussion of ovarian neoplasms, including benign, borderline, malignant, and germ cell, and sex-cord stromal lesions then follows.

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