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 Oliveira, João Diogo, Cunha, Teresa Margarida and Tereso, Andreia Tumors of the broad ligament: what and when to suspect such rare location. Radiol Bras, Oct 2020, vol.53, no.5, p.349-355. ISSN 0100-3984


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 Fonseca, Cássia et al. The many faces of pseudomyxoma peritonei: a radiological review based on 30 cases. Radiol Bras, Dec 2019, vol.52, no.6, p.372-377. ISSN 0100-3984


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 Serrado, Maria Ana, Horta, Mariana and Cunha, Teresa Margarida State of the art in vulvar cancer imaging. Radiol Bras, Oct 2019, vol.52, no.5, p.316-324. ISSN 0100-3984


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 Gil, Rui Tiago et al. The added value of diffusion-weighted imaging in the preoperative assessment of endometrial cancer. Radiol Bras, Aug 2019, vol.52, no.4, p.229-236. ISSN 0100-3984


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 Agostinho, Lisa et al. Benign ovarian lesions with restricted diffusion. Radiol Bras, Apr 2019, vol.52, no.2, p.106-111. ISSN 0100-3984


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 Alves, Inês and Cunha, Teresa Margarida Clinical importance of second-opinion interpretations by radiologists specializing in gynecologic oncology at a tertiary cancer center: magnetic resonance imaging for endometrial cancer staging. Radiol Bras, Feb 2018, vol.51, no.1, p.26-31. ISSN 0100-3984


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 Duarte, Ana Luisa, Dias, João Lopes and Cunha, Teresa Margarida Pitfalls of diffusion-weighted imaging of the female pelvis. Radiol Bras, Feb 2018, vol.51, no.1, p.37-44. ISSN 0100-3984


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