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    2022-05-23


    Therefore, through the application of dynamic magnetic reso-nance imaging in breast cancer adjuvant chemotherapy, dynamic enhanced magnetic resonance imaging can accurately evaluate the neoadjuvant chemotherapy of breast cancer from the microscopic molecular level, and can reflect the microvascular environment and tissue of the lesion. Changes in internal components provide a reliable basis for the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. However, there are some shortcomings in the research process. For example, the sample data collection is small and the result is biased to a certain extent. Therefore, the data capacity will be fur-ther increased in the later research process, so that the obtained results are more valuable.
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    Please cite this article in press as: Yang C, Zhao H. Application of dynamic magnetic resonance imaging information technology in adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer. J Infect Public Health (2019), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jiph.2019.06.020