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Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging has made it possible to evaluate the skull base in one primary screening examination. In most cases, MR imaging also serves as the definitive imaging study. In some traumatic or congenital lesions or both, computed tomography (CT) and conventional radiographs may...
Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging plays an important role in evaluation of ocular and orbital lesions. Ocular tumors can be distinguished and delineated from adjacent fluid collections. Demonstration of internal septa within a well-defined mass leads to the diagnosis of cavernous hemangioma,...
The head and neek encompass a tremendous spectrum of tissues in a compact space with almost every organ system represented, including the digestive and respiratory tracts, as well as the nervous, osseous, and vascular systems. Because of its anatomic complexity, this area tends to he approached...
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