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Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging is a commonly used tool when evaluating patients with acute knee injury or chronic knee pain. Although it has shown excellent accuracy in diagnosing knee pathology, there remain many potential pitfalls and missed lesions. These can be secondary to inherent...
Many studies have proved that noninvasive sodium MR imaging can directly determine the cartilage GAG content, which plays a central role in cartilage homeostasis. New technical developments in the recent decade have helped to transfer this method from in vitro to pre-clinical in vivo studies....
MRI plays an important role in imaging sports injuries of the foot and ankle. Optimal examinations can be more reliably obtained from closed 3-T MRI units because of the improved spatial resolution that is afforded by the higher signal to noise ratio compared to lower field MRI units. Imaging...
The acute stroke treatment landscape is rapidly evolving. A number of recent stroke trial results have provided promising insights into new treatment strategies, while other trials have yielded neutral or negative results. This article is a review of recent acute trials in both ischemic stroke...
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