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Multislice dynamic CT (MSDCT) is a new technology with a short scanning time. MSDCT in various scanning directions can be obtained using the multidetector-row CT with a multiplanar reformatting (MPR) technique. We evaluated the preliminary results of sagittal and coronal MSDCT reconstructed by MPR (MSDCT-MPR) in 15 patients with pathologically confirmed pituitary microadenomas. The maximum contrast between the normal anterior pituitary gland and the adenoma occurred approximately 50 secondsdoi:10.15369/sujms1989.14.263 fatcat:mx3wueev7vcbdgv2nbfs6lc3u4