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Figure 3: Comparative MRIs of three representative examples of children with/without pituitary insufficiency (PI) demonstrating the PR. Example 1—the PR in a child with PI was calculated as 0.42 (a1), whereas that in a child without PI was 0.21 (b1). Example 2—the PR in a child with PI was calculated as 0.33 (a2), whereas that in a child without PI was 0.20 (b2). Example 3—the PR in a child with PI was calculated as 0.41 (a3), whereas that in a child without PI was 0.17 (b3)

Figure 3: Comparative MRIs of three representative examples of children with/without pituitary insufficiency (PI) demonstrating the PR. Example 1—the PR in a child with PI was calculated as 0.42 (a1), whereas that in a child without PI was 0.21 (b1). Example 2—the PR in a child with PI was calculated as 0.33 (a2), whereas that in a child without PI was 0.20 (b2). Example 3—the PR in a child with PI was calculated as 0.41 (a3), whereas that in a child without PI was 0.17 (b3)