A faculty member in the College of Medicine, University of Babylon conducted a study on the accuracy of magnetic resonance in the diagnosis of pleural pelvic blockage.

The study reviewed quality and degree of the solid blockage of the dye, its ability to form blood vessels and the measurement of calcification.

The study concluded that the blockage containing the abscess after conducting magnetic resonance imaging can be diagnosed with the ability to image wall only to the dye, while the tumor has a different susceptibility to deal with dye and malignant tumor has a high capacity to form blood vessels, while the benign tumor has a medium degree in dealing with dye.

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