Murray Aaron Reicher

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We report our experience with intraoperative digital subtraction neuroangiography to demonstrate its application as a diagnostic and therapeutic technique. Intraoperative neuroangiography was performed on 53 occasions in 43 patients using a portable imaging system. Thirty-two procedures were performed for diagnostic purposes after resection of arteriovenous(More)
Intraoperative digital subtraction angiography using commercially available equipment was employed to confirm the precision of the surgical result in 105 procedures for intracranial aneurysms or arteriovenous malformations (AVM's). Transfemoral selective arterial catheterization was performed in most of these cases. A radiolucent operating table was used in(More)
A nonplanar solenoidal surface radiofrequency coil is used as a receiver with a conventional transmitter coil in a magnetic resonance imaging system. The improved signal-to-noise ratio, compared with that of conventional fixed saddle or solenoid receiver coils, permits higher resolution imaging and thinner image sections. In addition, the problem of signal(More)
When two images are perfectly aligned, even subtle differences are readily detected when the images are "toggled" back and forth in the same location. However, substantial changes between two photographs can be missed if the images are misaligned ("change blindness"). Nevertheless, recent work from our lab, testing nonradiologists, suggests that toggling(More)
Since 2009, the Federal government distributed over $29 billion to providers who were adopting compliant electronic health record (EHR) technology. With a focus on radiology, we explore how EHR technology impacts interoperability with referring clinicians' EHRs and patient engagement. We also discuss the high-level details of contributing supporting(More)
In order to develop an optimal routine magnetic resonance (MR) spine scanning protocol, we have compared the relative efficacy of performing T1- and T2-weighted images in patients with various disorders of the lumbar region. Forty cases were randomly selected from studies performed from 1984 to 1987 and the T1- and T2-weighted images of each case were(More)
MR images of the intratemporal portion of the facial nerve were obtained with surface coils using a 0.3-T permanent magnet whole-body imaging system. Various 2DFT spin-echo pulse sequences were used to produce 5-mm thick sections with 0.5-mm pixels on a 512 X 512 acquisition matrix. The MR images from normal volunteers were correlated with cryosection(More)
A correlative anatomic study, a retrospective review of MR images performed in 35 patients, and a series of tests of the effectiveness of various MR scanning techniques were performed in order to improve comprehension of lumbar spine anatomy depicted on MR images, and thereby facilitate development of an optimal scanning protocol. Correlation of MR images(More)
Multiple-angle, variable-interval, nonorthogonal (MAVIN) MRI is a new, time-saving technique that allows for the independent choice of slice angle and position for each slice in a multiangle pulse sequence. By appropriate adjustment of the slice-select radiofrequency pulse and the slice-select and readout magnetic-field gradients, the interval and angle of(More)