K. S. Shinn

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PURPOSE To describe the MR characteristics that can distinguish idiopathic transverse myelitis from other intramedullary lesions. METHODS A total of 32 initial and follow-up MR studies in 17 patients with clinically proved transverse myelitis were reviewed retrospectively. The location, size, pattern, and segmental length of areas of hyperintensity were(More)
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES The authors investigate: (1) whether there is a lateral effect of hydrogen (1H) magnetic resonance (MR) spectroscopy observable metabolite ratios between the right and the left prefrontal lobe in chronic schizophrenia; (2) whether there is a change of proton metabolite ratios in chronic schizophrenia after neuroleptic treatment; (3)(More)
Posterior apophyseal ring fracture (PARF) of the lumbar spine is an uncommon injury thought usually to occur in adolescence. We analysed CT findings in 20 cases (19 patients), whose age ranged from 16 to 45 years (average 30 years). The PARF could be divided into two distinct groups on the basis of the shape and location of the fracture and the defect of(More)
We describe a case of adrenal paragonimiasis with its computed tomographic and ultrasonographic findings. Computed tomogram showed a well enhancing oval mass at right adrenal gland and ultrasonogram showed a dumbbell-shaped hyperechoic mass saddling on the top of the right kidney. Surgical specimen was multicystic mass filled with creamy material.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the sequential signal intensity changes in post-traumatic vertebral compression fractures of varying ages. Sixty-six patients with 115 post-traumatic vertebral compression fractures underwent MR imaging. The ages of fractures at the time of MR images ranged from 1 day to 6 years. Sequential follow-up MR imagings(More)
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