J D Daigh

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The yield of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging was investigated in 30 patients with partial complex epilepsy, and the results were compared with those of computed tomography (CT). Magnetic resonance imaging and CT disclosed focal cerebral abnormalities in 13 (43%) and eight (26%) patients, respectively. Two additional focal temporal lesions were identified by(More)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is particularly valuable in the diagnosis of childhood brain disorders with abnormal myelination because MRI may identify lesions not always seen with x-ray CT scans. We report the clinical and magnetic resonance findings of six children with leukodystrophy. T2 weighted (spin-echo) images disclosed striking asymmetric(More)
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