Нервно-мышечные болезни

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Роль количественной магнитно-резонансной томографии и спектроскопии скелетных мышц в оценке результатов клинических исследований (часть II)

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Об авторах

P. G. Carlier
Institute of Myology, Pitie-Salpetriere University Hospital CEA, DSV, I2BM, MIRCen, NMR Laboratory National Academy of Sciences, United Institute for Informatics Problems

France, Paris

France, Paris

Belarus, Minsk

B. Marty
Institute of Myology, Pitie-Salpetriere University Hospital CEA, DSV, I2BM, MIRCen, NMR Laboratory
France, Paris

O. Scheidegger
Institute of Myology, Pitie-Salpetriere University Hospital Support Center for Advanced Neuroimaging (SCAN), Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, and University of Bern

France, Paris


P. Loureiro de Sousa
Strasbourg University, CNRS, ICube
France, Strasbourg

P.-Y. Baudin
Consultants for Research in Imaging and Spectroscopy
Belgium, Tournai

E. Snezhko
National Academy of Sciences, United Institute for Informatics Problems
Belarus, Minsk

D. Vlodavets
N.I. Pirogov Russian National Medical Research University, Clinical Research Institute of Pediatrics
Russian Federation, Moscow

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Для цитирования:

Carlier P.G., Marty B., Scheidegger O., Loureiro de Sousa P., Baudin P., Snezhko E., Vlodavets D. Роль количественной магнитно-резонансной томографии и спектроскопии скелетных мышц в оценке результатов клинических исследований (часть II). Нервно-мышечные болезни. 2017;7(1):11-29.

For citation:

Carlier P.G., Marty B., Scheidegger O., Loureiro de Sousa P., Baudin P., Snezhko E., Vlodavets D. Skeletal muscle quantitative nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy as an outcome measure for clinical trials (part II). Neuromuscular Diseases. 2017;7(1):11-29. (In Russ.)

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