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Figure 6 | BMC Medical Imaging

Figure 6

From: Interactive neonatal gastrointestinal magnetic resonance imaging using fruit juice as an oral contrast media

Figure 6

Relative signal intensity differences between stomach and proximal small bowel, with maximum differences observed at TIs of 1000 ms, 1100 ms, and 900 ms in three individual adult volunteers. The shape of each graph was similar, with signal brighter in small bowel than stomach in one individual, which may suggest rapid transit time. The consistent maximum differences at TI of 900 – 1100 ms are roughly in keeping with the in-vitro results.

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