q-Space Imaging Yields a Higher Effect Gradient to Assess Cellularity than Conventional Diffusion-weighted Imaging Methods at 3.0 T: A Pilot Study with Freshly Excised Whole-Breast Tumors

Nicholas Senn, Yazan Masannat, Ehab Husain, Bernard Siow, Steven D. Heys, Jiabao He (Corresponding Author)

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