D A Clunie

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PURPOSE To compare CT and radionuclide imaging of osmotic blood-brain barrier disruption. To develop a quantitative method for imaging osmotic blood-brain barrier disruption and to see if iopamidol could be safely given intravenously in conjunction with blood-brain barrier disruption. METHODS Forty-five blood-brain barrier disruption procedures were(More)
The authors present what is believed to be the first description of an intracranial arterial aneurysm attributable to birth trauma. A male neonate, the product of a precipitious, instrumented, footling breech delivery, exhibited seizures at the age of 18 hours. A computerized tomography scan of the head showed hemorrhage along the tentorium with a globular(More)
PURPOSE To validate the use of techniques of irreversible compression of images, which can be performed using a block-based discrete cosine transform technique as defined by the Joint Photographic Experts Group, before they can be used in clinical applications, by evaluating the effect of compression on the ability of observers to detect discrete white(More)
This case shows many of the imaging features classically associated with meningiomas. The illustrations show common location, shape, and local effects as well as enhancement characteristics. Hyperostosis and bone destruction, a fluid "cleft" surrounding the extraaxial mass, gray-white interface displacement, and secondary intraparenchymal changes are(More)
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