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by David L. Daniels,Victor M. Haughton

Download Cranial and Spinal Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A N Atlas and Guide eBook
ISBN:
0881671851
Author:
David L. Daniels,Victor M. Haughton
Category:
Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Raven Pr (November 1, 1987)
Pages:
315 pages
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1183 kb
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Cranial and Spinal Magnetic Resonance Imaging: An Atlas and Guide. Clinical Spine Surgery1(1):100, 1988.

David L. Daniels, Victor M. Haughton, Thomas P. Naidich. Published: 1 January 1988. by Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health). Keywords: magnetic resonance imaging, Spinal Magnetic, Cranial and Spinal.

Personal Name: Daniels, David L. (David Lee), 1949-. Personal Name: Haughton, Victor M. Personal Name: Naidich, Thomas . 1944

We examined the correlation between magnetic resonance images (MRI) and histopathological . Tl-weighted images showed more severe abnormalities in the distal muscles than in the proximal muscles in the lower extremity.

We examined the correlation between magnetic resonance images (MRI) and histopathological findings in a patient with myotonic dystrophy. Histopathological examination showed the progression of muscle disorganization, degeneration, necrosis and atrophy in areas in which the distribution of high intensity signals was increased on Tl-weighted images

This unique atlas provides residents and practicing radiologists with a complete clinical guide to interpreting cranial and spinal magnetic resonance images.

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This atlas and guide to craniospinal MR reflects years of experience in the field and a commitment to excellence in their work

This atlas and guide to craniospinal MR reflects years of experience in the field and a commitment to excellence in their work. The introductory physics chapter is too brief to be of any real value and could have been omitted.

Start by marking Pocket Atlas Of Cranial Magnetic Resonance Imaging as Want to Read . This detailed and concise atlas illustrates normal cerebral anatomy in state-of-the-art magnetic resonance images.

Start by marking Pocket Atlas Of Cranial Magnetic Resonance Imaging as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. From their studies in cerebral anatomy utilizing cryomicrotome and other sophisticated techniques, the authors have carefully selected more than 100 high-resolution images that represent the most clinically useful scans.

In 11 volunteers, magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the cervical spine was performed with a magnetization transfer preparatory pulse (prepulsed), three-dimensional Fourier transform, turbo field echo sequence.

The sensitivity and specificity of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging . Leo F. Czervionke, David L. Daniels, +5 authors Victor M. Haughton. Artifacts that can distort the appearance of the cervical spinal cord are caused by data truncation during MR image reconstruction

The sensitivity and specificity of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and computed tomography (CT) were compared in blinded readings of images of a consecutive series of patients with subsequentl. More). Artifacts that can distort the appearance of the cervical spinal cord are caused by data truncation during MR image reconstruction. We used a phantom and then correlated anatomic sections with M.

This unique atlas provides residents and practicing radiologists with a complete clinical guide to interpreting cranial and spinal magnetic resonance images. The book features comprehensive coverage of the cerebral hemispheres; deep cerebral structures; rhinencephalon, limbic system, and contiguous areas; sella and juxtasellar region; posterior fossa; temporal bone; and cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine, with more than 400 full-color and black-and-white scan images depicting both normal anatomy and pathologic findings. Introductory chapters review the practical physics of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and offer helpful guidelines for interpreting cranial MR scans. The text then provides in-depth coverage of each anatomic region of the cranium and spine. For each region, an outstanding selection of detail-revealing scans, accompanied by instructive captions, shows normal anatomic sections matched with MR images. These are followed by MR scans depicting various disease states. The concisely written text explains the types of clinical problems best evaluated by MR imaging and indicates which scan planes and pulse sequences provide the most information.