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Ventriculus terminalis of the conus medullaris: MR imaging in four patients with congenital dilatation.
MR findings in four patients with MR evidence of congenital cystic dilatation of the ventriculus terminalis were reviewed retrospectively. The ventriculus terminalis is a small cavity of the conusExpand
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Vascular occlusive agents.
The authors have reviewed the experimental literature about the different agents used for endovascular embolization: clots, tissues, duramater, Gelfoam, oxydized cellulose, Ivalon, beads,Expand
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Localized eosinophilic granuloma (Langerhans' cell histiocytosis) of the orbital frontal bone.
Four patients (aged 5, 8, 14, and 51 years at initial manifestation) with isolated eosinophilic granulomas of the orbital frontal bone displayed short symptomatic periods (two weeks to three months)Expand
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The ascending pharyngeal artery and the blood supply of the lower cranial nerves.
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MRI of intramedullary cavernous haemangiomas
We reviewed 11 cases of intramedullary cavernous haemangiomas (IMCH) studied by MRI, to assess its diagnostic value in these lesions. Follow-up MRI was obtained in five patients 7 days-2 yearsExpand
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Normal pituitary hypertrophy as a frequent cause of pituitary incidentaloma: a follow-up study.
Enlargement of the pituitary gland is a frequent cause of incidentaloma and of referrals to endocrinologists for hormonal evaluation and therapeutic advice. In neuroradiological series, 25-50% ofExpand
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The radio-anatomical basis of arterial embolisation for epistaxis.
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Normal functional anatomy of the facial artery.
The functional anatomy of the facial artery consists of a group of constant arterial pedicles nourishing a specific territory and supplied by a variable facial trunk. There is a hemodynamic balanceExpand
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[Artifacts induced by dental reconstruction materials: the case of titanium].
MRI is becoming an important tool of examination of the head and neck. However, certain dental alloys cause artifacts characterized by a loss of signal surrounded by bright line and sometimesExpand
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