Velopharyngeal Dysfunction: What a Radiologist Must Know
Learning Objectives: 1) To understand the MR imaging anatomy of the velopharyngeal sphincter and the complementary role of real-time cine MR imaging to the clinical and endoscopic evaluation of velopharyngeal dysfunction. 2) To become familiar with protocols and techniques of real-time cine MR imaging for evaluating velopharyngeal dysfunction.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2019
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