M E Shogry

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We report a case of Wernicke encephalopathy in which the only sign of acute disease was enhancement of the mamillary bodies. This case demonstrates the utility of gadolinium enhancement at MR imaging as a means of diagnosing or confirming the syndrome of Wernicke encephalopathy even in the absence of atrophy or T2 abnormalities within the diencephalon and(More)
A patient with documented subarachnoid hemorrhage underwent conventional angiography, which was negative. MR angiography performed immediately after the conventional angiogram demonstrated a 4-mm anterior communicating artery aneurysm. This finding was confirmed 1 week later with repeat angiography, and the aneurysm was clipped surgically.
The signals and artifacts in cerebral blood vessels were systematically studied using a new three-dimensional Fourier transform (3DFT) technique, spoiled gradient recalled acquisition in steady state (SPGR), with parameters optimized for T1-weighted brain imaging. Twenty consecutive patients referred for routine cranial MR imaging were prospectively studied(More)
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