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Research on the Diagnosis of Tumor Based on CT and MRI

Lingling Liao

Abstract


With the accelerating pace of life, the incidence rate of cancer has increased year by year, which has seriously affected the health of patients. Early diagnosis of tumor is difficult, and it is easy to relapse and metastasis after operation, so it is urgent to improve the diagnosis effect. In this paper, CT and MRI, which are commonly used in tumor diagnosis, are selected for analysis and comparison in order to improve the diagnosis effect. Based on this, this paper first introduces the data and methods of tumor diagnosis, then analyses the results of CT and MRI diagnosis, and finally studies and analyses the value of tumor diagnosis based on CT and MRI technology.

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CT and MRI; Diagnosis of Tumor

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/aem.v8i2.158

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