M S Tenner

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OBJECT Absorbable topical hemostatic agents are commonly used in neurosurgery. In this study the authors examine the longitudinal relaxation time (T1) of blood in contact with these agents over time, measured in vitro, to determine if their presence could affect the interpretation of postoperative magnetic resonance (MR) images. METHODS Coagulated and(More)
Periodontoid hypertrophic cicatrix resulting from trauma, as demonstrated by magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, is essentially the same as that seen in rheumatoid arthritis. Recent reports suggest that, in rheumatoid arthritis, occipitocervical fusion without transoral decompression of the pannus is adequate for resolution of this anterior lesion. A case of(More)
The magnetic relaxation rate 1/T1 of tissue water protons was measured over a wide range of magnetic field strengths (NMRD profile) for 92 fresh surgical specimens of astrocytomas to search for correlations of 1/T1 with tumor histology, as determined by light microscopy, and to assess the diagnostic potential of NMRD profiles for grading astrocytomas. A(More)
Jugular venography done to evaluate abnormalities at the base of the skull demonstrated three distinctly different patterns depending on whether there is occlusion, invasion, or growth with in the internal jugular vein. Improper technique results in a lack of intracranial dural sinus filling which may masquerade as venous occlusion. This problem is avoided(More)
BACKGROUND Selective intraarterial infusion of papaverine is used in the treatment of symptomatic cerebral vasospasm induced by aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). Delays in instituting therapy for vasospasm can lead to irreversible cerebral infarction and a devastating outcome. Endovascular papaverine treatment of vasospasm in the presence of(More)
PURPOSE To investigate the usefulness of transcranial Doppler ultrasonography in the evaluation of intracranial pressure changes after head injury. METHODS Transcranial Doppler examinations and intracranial pressure measurements using intraparenchymal monitors were performed in 12 cases of closed head injury. Twenty-four sets of data, including the(More)
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