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The role of emergent musculoskeletal magnetic resonance (MR) imaging has expanded in recent years and now includes assessment of the extent and severity of musculoskeletal infection, diagnosis of occult fractures. characterization of complex fractures, and identification of selected vascular and...
This article discusses the clinical application of magnetic resonance imaging in the setting of acute or rapidly progressive symptomatology referable to the spine.
We will review the role of magnetic resonance (MR) in assessment of patients with acute neurological abnormalities. The major stumbling block to the use of MR in these patients is the belief that MR is insensitive to hyperacute (<12 h) intracranial hemorrhage and acute subarachnoid hemorrhage...
The clinical application of diffusion-weighted and perfusion-weighted magnetic resonance (MR) imaging techniques has revolutionized the diagnosis and management of acute cerebral infarction. This article discusses the physical basis of these ads advanced techniques and briefly demonstrates their...
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