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Dynamic foraminal disc herniation revealed by functional MRI (fmri®3 of the spine

Dynamic foraminal disc herniation revealed by functional MRI (fmri®3 of the spine Dynamic foraminal disc 1. ALEXANDER, L, HANCOCK E., AGOURIS I., SMITH F. AND MACSWEEN A. (2007) : THE herniation revealed by functional MRI RESPONSE OFTHE NUCLEUS PULPOSUS OFTHE LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISCS TO FUNCTIONALLY LOADED POSITIONS. SPINE, 32(14) : 1508-]512 Cfmri| of the spine 2. ELSIG, JP. AND I(~IECH D. (2007) : DYNAMIC IMAGING OF]HE SPINE WITH AN OPEN UPRIGHT MRI BY JAROSLAV NAXERA, DENIS KAECH, JEAN-PIERRE ELSlG UNIT : PRESENT RESULTS AND FLmJRE PERSPECTIVES OF FMRI. EURJ OR]HOP SURG ]RAUMATOL ]7(2) : 119-124 5. ELSIG, JP. AND KAECH D. (2000) : This case study demonstrates the possibilities offered by upright, weight- FUNCTIONAL MRI : WHAT ARE THE POSSlBILITIES ? WILL FUNCTIONAL MRI REPLACE MYELOGRAPHY ? bearing, multi-position, i.e. functional MRI of the spine (fmri| This ARGOS SPINE NEWS, 14 : 26-27 particular top-front open MRI (0.6 Tesla) system allows imaging in various, ~ ELSIG, JP., NAXERA J. AND KAECH, D. (2007) : FUNCTIONAL MRI CASES MARCH200Z EUR J especially symptomatic, positions. ORTHOP SURG TRAUMATOL, 17 : 511-512 0. ELSIG JP. AND KAECH D. (2000) : IMAGING BASED PLANNING FOR SPINE SURGERY 40 years old patient has been positional M RI under loading conditions, as MINIMALLY INVASIVE THERAPY AND ALLIED http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ArgoSpine News & Journal Springer Journals

Dynamic foraminal disc herniation revealed by functional MRI (fmri®3 of the spine

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2008 by ARGOS
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Orthopedics; Surgical Orthopedics; Diagnostic Radiology
ISSN
1957-7729
eISSN
1957-7737
DOI
10.1007/BF03040342
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Abstract

Dynamic foraminal disc 1. ALEXANDER, L, HANCOCK E., AGOURIS I., SMITH F. AND MACSWEEN A. (2007) : THE herniation revealed by functional MRI RESPONSE OFTHE NUCLEUS PULPOSUS OFTHE LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISCS TO FUNCTIONALLY LOADED POSITIONS. SPINE, 32(14) : 1508-]512 Cfmri| of the spine 2. ELSIG, JP. AND I(~IECH D. (2007) : DYNAMIC IMAGING OF]HE SPINE WITH AN OPEN UPRIGHT MRI BY JAROSLAV NAXERA, DENIS KAECH, JEAN-PIERRE ELSlG UNIT : PRESENT RESULTS AND FLmJRE PERSPECTIVES OF FMRI. EURJ OR]HOP SURG ]RAUMATOL ]7(2) : 119-124 5. ELSIG, JP. AND KAECH D. (2000) : This case study demonstrates the possibilities offered by upright, weight- FUNCTIONAL MRI : WHAT ARE THE POSSlBILITIES ? WILL FUNCTIONAL MRI REPLACE MYELOGRAPHY ? bearing, multi-position, i.e. functional MRI of the spine (fmri| This ARGOS SPINE NEWS, 14 : 26-27 particular top-front open MRI (0.6 Tesla) system allows imaging in various, ~ ELSIG, JP., NAXERA J. AND KAECH, D. (2007) : FUNCTIONAL MRI CASES MARCH200Z EUR J especially symptomatic, positions. ORTHOP SURG TRAUMATOL, 17 : 511-512 0. ELSIG JP. AND KAECH D. (2000) : IMAGING BASED PLANNING FOR SPINE SURGERY 40 years old patient has been positional M RI under loading conditions, as MINIMALLY INVASIVE THERAPY AND ALLIED

Journal

ArgoSpine News & JournalSpringer Journals

Published: May 7, 2009

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