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CONCLUSIONES. La ECI es una herramienta novedosa, poco invasiva, rápida y asequible que permite un nuevo enfoque en el manejo de las LFH.

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conclusiones
CONCLUSIONES
  • La ECI es una herramienta novedosa, poco invasiva, rápida y asequible que permite un nuevo enfoque en el manejo de las LFH.
  • Tras el análisis de nuestros datos observamos que la mayoría de las LFH presentan un patrón de comportamiento típico con ECIyun alto grado de correlación con TC y RM, lo que permite una adecuada aproximación diagnóstica.
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