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MR imaging of recent spinal trauma.
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Comparison of information gained by MR with that obtained by conventional CT indicates that MR is useful in assessing spinal cord compression, traumatic disk pathology, and post-traumatic intramedullary abnormalities. Expand
Craniopharyngioma: CT and MR imaging in nine cases.
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It is believed that CT is more specific than MR in diagnosis of craniopharyngiomas and offers a more accurate assessment of the tumor extent. Expand
Prophylaxis of gonorrheal ophthalmia of the newborn; comparison of effectiveness of penicillin and silver nitrate.
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The following study was made in an attempt to compare the effects of silver nitrate and penicillin in the prophylaxis of gonorrheal conjunctivitis of the newborn. Expand
Magnetic resonance imaging of multiple sclerosis: a study of pulse-technique efficacy.
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Forty-two patients with the clinical diagnosis of multiple sclerosis were examined by proton magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at 0.5 T, and in all cases, the abnormalities noted on MRI were much more extensive than on CT. Expand
Computed tomography in cerebellar atrophic processes.
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Specific anatomic correlation was suggested in 10 of 13 patients with predominantly midline cerebellar CT abnormalities, and in 3 with olivopontocerebellar degeneration clinically who showed brainstem and Cerebellar atrophy. Expand
Radiologic observations in cerebral embolization from left heart myxomas.
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A short review of this subject is presented and 2 cases in which angiocardiographic and pathologic demonstration of left heart myxomas were coupled with cerebral angiograms showing cerebral vascular abnormalities are reported. Expand
Macrocephaly with head growth parallel to normal growth pattern: neurological, developmental, and computerized tomography findings in full-term infants.
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Fifteen infants with macrocephaly had a head growth pattern parallel to 2 SDs above normal and a similar CT scan with ventricular dilation and widened subarachnoid space could be found in patients with normal or abnormal results from neurological and developmental examinations. Expand
Dyke Award. Evaluation of contrast-enhanced MR imaging in a brain-abscess model.
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Experience suggests that intravenously administered agents such as Gd DTPA should increase the diagnostic potential of MR imaging in neurologic diseases, especially those altering the blood-brain barrier. Expand
A buried muscle cone implant. Development of a tunneled hemispherical type.
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This implant is covered completely by conjunctival tissue, thereby overcoming difficulties encountered with partially covered types, and is so designed that movement is transmitted quickly and adequately to the prosthetic eye, although there is no direct contact between the implant and the prosthesis. Expand
Limited value of CT brain scans in the staging of small cell lung cancer.
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It was concluded that head scanning is a sensitive and accurate method of detecting central nervous system metastases in patients with small cell lung cancer, however, head computed tomography should not be included as part of the initial staging evaluation of the neurologically asymptomatic patients. Expand
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