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Structural variation of the distal condyles of the third metacarpal and third metatarsal bones in the horse.
3D distribution of sectors with contrasting density in the equine third metacarpal (McIII) and third metatarsal (MtIII) bones with a view to explaining the aetiology of distal condylar fractures was examined. Expand
Measurement of the quadriceps femoris muscle using magnetic resonance and ultrasound imaging.
Muscle cross sectional area and volume can be measured without bias by MRI in conjunction with stereological methods and the method is a reliable alternative to static B-mode ultrasound for this purpose. Expand
Demonstration of neurovascular compression in trigeminal neuralgia with magnetic resonance imaging. Comparison with surgical findings in 52 consecutive operative cases.
- J. Meaney, P. Eldridge, L. Dunn, T. Nixon, G. Whitehouse, J. Miles
- Journal of neurosurgery
- 1 November 1995
High definition magnetic resonance tomographic angiography is an extremely sensitive and specific method for demonstrating vascular compression in TGN and open surgical procedures can be recommended with confidence, and microvascular decompression is now the treatment of choice for TGN at the authors' unit. Expand
A proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy study of age-related changes in frontal lobe metabolite concentrations.
- J. Brooks, N. Roberts, G. Kemp, M. Gosney, M. Lye, G. Whitehouse
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Cerebral cortex
- 1 July 2001
Ageing is associated with reduction of grey matter volume and it is reported that the frontal lobes are preferentially affected. We have applied quantitative magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS),… Expand
Hyperbaric oxygen for carbon monoxide poisoning.
It is hopeful she may now change her mind, at least to the extent of a Siamese cat, and that this may eventually permit corticosteroids to be tailed-off without relapse of her arteritis in one of its more unpleasant guises. Expand
MRI analysis of lumbar intervertebral disc height in young and older populations
- N. Roberts, C. Gratin, G. Whitehouse
- Mathematics, Medicine
- Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI
- 1 September 1997
An image analysis routine is described for automatically extracting the boundary of lumbar intervertebral discs on MR images to support a model of the spine in which the disc adopts a more concave form as a result of microfracturing of the end plates during adult life. Expand
Pathology of the distal condyles of the third metacarpal and third metatarsal bones of the horse.
This study examined material from Thoroughbred horses, the majority of which had been in race training, for evidence of pathology in the third metacarpal (McIII) and third metatarsal (MtIII) bones… Expand
The role of magnetic resonance imaging in the assessment of local recurrent breast carcinoma.
In equivocal cases enhancement of mass lesions with gadolinium DTPA provided excellent confirmatory evidence of recurrent tumour, and MRI allowed accurate differentiation in the majority of case. Expand
Estimation of breast volume and its variation during the menstrual cycle using MRI and stereology.
- Z. Hussain, N. Roberts, G. Whitehouse, M. García-Fiñana, D. Percy
- The British journal of radiology
- 1 March 1999
Unbiased estimates of breast volume may be obtained in vivo from systematic series of MR images acquired in accordance with the Cavalieri method of modern design-based stereology. The method does not… Expand
Quantitative magnetic resonance imaging in consecutive patients evaluated for surgical treatment of temporal lobe epilepsy.
- C. Mackay, J. Webb, P. Eldridge, D. Chadwick, G. Whitehouse, N. Roberts
- Magnetic resonance imaging
- 1 December 2000
Quantitative MR imaging of the hippocampus (i.e. volume and T2 measurement) is preferable to conventional radiological reporting for providing objective evidence of the presence of MTS on which to base the referral of patients for surgery, and since it has associated morbidity FO recording is now only being used in selected patients. Expand