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1-1I of abdomen +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
1-1I of thorax +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
1-2Ica +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
1-2Icp +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
1-2Ii +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.

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2-1Ic +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
2-1Ii +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
2-2I of abdomen +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
2-2I of thorax +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.

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3-1I +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
3-1I of abdomen +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
3-1I of thorax +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
3-2I +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
3-Methylthiofentanyl +taken from DrugBank
3D T1 Weighted Scan +I don't understand why this is a type of protocol. Does this refer to the image itself or to the process. I recommend that we get rid of this class.

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4-1I +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
4-1Ica +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
4-1Icp +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
4-2I +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.

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5-2Ica1 +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
5-2Ica2 +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
5-2Icp +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
5-3I +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
5-3Ica +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
5-3Icp +See Bossing et al., (1996) for a diagram.
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