3D MRI has been shown to be helpful in the evaluation and diagnosis of parenchymal lesions and vascular anatomy using a single acquisition technique. 3D imaging allows the demonstration of fine anatomic detail, and the radiologist can manipulate images by removing or making them transparent of unwanted overlying structures, emphasizing areas of interest. These techniques allow radiologists and surgeons to better understand anatomic relationships.

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