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We compared body coil (BC) MR images and endorectal surface coil (ERC) images with respect to the visualization of the cervix and adjacent tissues and the histopathologic correlations of the imaging findings.
Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI was used to investigate space-occupying lesions of the brain in 22 AIDS patients without prior neurologic disease. Final diagnoses were toxoplasmosis in 13 patients (19 lesions), primary lymphoma in 7 patients (9 lesions), and both diseases in two (2 lesions,...
The purpose of this study was to determine the feasibility of a two-dimensional phase-sensitive MR technique [phase mapping (PM)] for the quantification of carotid blood flow velocity (CBFV) and pulsatility in normal subjects and patients with extracranial carotid disease.
Our goal was to assess the state of the portal vein in cirrhotic patients treated with a portacaval shunt associated with an arterialization of the portal vein.
To determine if the transneuronal cerebellar hemispheric metabolic asymmetry seen in crossed cerebellar diaschisis, and readily detected with positron emission tomography (PET), is associated with alterations in metabolite signal intensities on [1H]MR spectroscopic (MRS) imaging when compared...
A new imaging modality is presented in which a digital subtraction algorithm is applied to spiral CT angiography of extra- and intracranial vessels.
Our goal was to determine the prevalence and anatomic location of intrahepatic portosystemic shunts (IPSs) in patients with hepatic cirrhosis as shown by CT and MRI.
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