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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Only a few case reports and small series of intralabyrinthine schwannomas (ILSs) have been reported. The purpose of this study was to assess prevalence, MR characteristics, location, clinical management, and growth potential/patterns of ILSs in the largest series reported. MATERIALS AND METHODS Lesion localization, MR… (More)
We report the MR appearance of a rare case of Lyme disease presenting as diffuse leptomeningeal enhancement in the absence of parenchymal lesions. In the appropriate clinical setting, one should consider Lyme disease in the differential diagnosis of meningeal enhancement.
The purpose of this study was to compare diffusion-weighted respiratory-triggered single-shot spin echo echoplanar imaging (SS SE-EPI) sequence using four b-values (b = 0, b = 20, b = 300, b = 800 s mm(-2)) and single-shot T2 weighted turbo spin echo (T2W SS TSE) in patients with focal liver lesions, with special interest in small (<10 mm) lesions.… (More)
PURPOSE To assess the added value of true diffusion (D), perfusion factor (f) and apparent diffusion coefficient at low b-values (ADC(low)) for differentiation between liver metastases and hemangiomas based on respiratory-triggered high-resolution Black-Blood Single-Shot SpinEcho Echo Planar Imaging (BB SS SE-EPI). MATERIALS AND METHODS Twenty-five… (More)
Initially cone beam CT was almost exclusively used to perform dental radiology. However, the first generation CBCT systems were later increasingly used to study sinuses, facial and nose fractures, temporomandibular joints etc. 3D-cephalometric head and neck studies became possible once CBCT systems were available that allowed scanning of the complete head.… (More)
Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging is the method of choice to evaluate the cranial nerves. Although the skull base foramina can be seen on CT, the nerves themselves can only be visualized in detail on MR. To see the different segments of nerves I to XII, the right sequences must be used. Detailed clinical information is needed by the radiologist so that a… (More)
Vertigo and dysequilibrium are a frequent cause of medical consultation. Clinical evaluation is essential. Some cases of vertigo are diagnosed clinically while others require imaging, sometimes emergently (suspected stroke). MRI is the imaging modality of choice to assess the labyrinth (labyrinthitis? labyrinthine hemorrhage?), internal auditory canal… (More)
An exceptional case of a giant pseudoaneurysm of the atherosclerotic ascending aorta complicated by aortopulmonary fistulization twelve years after aortic valve replacement is presented. The patient underwent successful surgical repair. In patients with a marked atherosclerotic thoracic aorta presenting with congestive heart failure and an acquired… (More)
The study of a 70-year-old woman with fibrosing pancreatitis, an uncommon variety of chronic pancreatitis, presenting as a discrete solid mass in the head of the pancreas, is reported. CT and US were non-diagnostic while ERCP and MR detected a focal anomaly. This case report stresses the sensitivity of MR in some pancreatic pathologies.