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A study comparing SPECT with CT and MRI after closed head injury.
- M. R. Newton, R. Greenwood, +4 authors G. Dolke
- Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
- 1 February 1992
After closed head injury nineteen patients had single photon emission tomography (SPECT) using the lipophilic tracer 99m-Technetium hexamethyl-propylene-amineoxime (HMPAO) to compare the defects… Expand
Non-invasive assessment of diffuse liver disease by in vivo measurement of proton nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation times at 0.08 T.
- S. Keevil, E. Alstead, G. Dolke, A. Brooks, P. Armstrong, M. Farthing
- The British journal of radiology
- 1 November 1994
44 patients with a range of parenchymal liver diseases diagnosed by biopsy or laboratory investigations underwent proton nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) relaxometry of the liver at 0.08 T. T1 maps… Expand
Magnetic resonance imaging of urinary calculi
- C. Dawson, K. Aitken, Y. Ng, G. Dolke, D. Gadian, H. Whitfield
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Urological Research
Accurate prediction of the response of an individual patient to lithotripsy remains impossible. Certain factors such as the chemical composition, size, and position of the calculus are known to be… Expand
Proton NMR relaxation times in the normal human liver at 0.08 T.
The spin-lattice (T1) and spin-spin (T2) relaxation times of liver in 42 normal volunteers (21 male and 21 female) were measured using a calibrated 0.08 T resistive imager capable of accurate and… Expand
Calibration of a 0.08 Tesla magnetic resonance imager for in vivo T1 and T2 measurement.
The magnetic resonance unit at St Bartholomew's Hospital is equipped with an upgraded MD800 resistive magnetic resonance imager (Imatec International Limited) operating at a field strength of 0.08… Expand
Carolyn Kaut, MRI Workbook for Technologists, Raven Press, New York (1992) 270 pp. 358 figs. $49.50.
- G. Dolke
In Vitro Magnetic Resonance Scanning of Urinary Calculi
Clinical experience with ESWL has shown that the size and composition of urinary calculi affect success. Knowing the composition of a stone before treatment is therefore desirable. We have examined… Expand