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Paranasal sinuses: CT imaging requirements for endoscopic surgery.
Recent advances in the understanding of mucociliary activity and the pathophysiology of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses have revolutionized the surgical management of chronic and/or recurrentExpand
Functional endoscopic sinus surgery. Theory and diagnostic evaluation.
The keys to functional endoscopic sinus surgery are an understanding of the underlying mechanisms of paranasal sinus disease and the ability to diagnose the causes accurately. Previously unrecognizedExpand
Fungal sinusitis: diagnosis with CT and MR imaging.
Of 293 patients who underwent computed tomography (CT), surgery, and pathologic examination for chronic sinusitis, 25 had a diagnosis of fungal sinusitis at pathologic examination. Of these, 22 hadExpand
Predictive Signs of Discogenic Lumbar Pain on Magnetic Resonance Imaging With Discography Correlation
Study Design. The correlation between discogenic lumbar pain and disc morphology was investigated by using magnetic resonance imaging and discography. Objectives. To assess the various pathologicExpand
Quantification of thermal asymmetry. Part 2: Application in low-back pain and sciatica.
Temperature differences between the lower extremities were measured using a computerized thermometric scanning system in order to compare the degree of thermal asymmetry in 144 patients with low-backExpand
EFFECTS OF AGE ON DOPAMINE AND SEROTONIN RECEPTORS MEASURED BY POSITRON TOMOGRAPHY IN THE LIVING HUMAN BRAIN
D2 dopamine and S2 serotonin receptors were imaged and measured in healthy human subjects by positron emission tomography after intravenous injection of 11C-labeled 3-N-methylspiperone. Levels ofExpand
Concha bullosa: CT evaluation.
Aeration of the middle turbinate, termed "concha bullosa," is a common anatomical variant of intranasal anatomy. Of 320 patients evaluated for sinus disease with coronal CT, 34% had concha bullosa onExpand
Familial encephalopathy with neuroserpin inclusion bodies.
We report on a new familial neurodegenerative disease with associated dementia that has presented clinically in the fifth decade, in both genders, and in each of several generations of a large familyExpand
Craniocervical junction venous anatomy on enhanced MR images: the suboccipital cavernous sinus.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The suboccipital cavernous sinus, a vertebral venous plexus surrounding the horizontal portion of the vertebral artery at the skull base, provides an alternative pathway ofExpand
The significance of asymmetry of the foramen of Vesalius.
The foramen of Vesalius is a small, variable but consistently symmetrical structure located anteromedial to the foramen ovale and lateral to the foramen rotundum and vidian canal. It transmits anExpand
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