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Synopsis Considerable strides have been made by countless individual researchers in diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) to push DWI from an experimental tool -limited to a few institutions with specialized instrumentation -to a powerful tool used routinely for diagnostic imaging. Despite its current success, the field of DWI constantly evolves and progress has been made on several fronts, awaiting adoption by vendors and clinical users to bring in the next generation of DWI. These developments aredoi:10.1016/j.mric.2009.01.011 pmid:19406353 pmcid:PMC2768271 fatcat:6ghbmckysvcprnmbewpzujjkpm