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SummaryFive patients (aged 19–52 years) were treated for a midbrain syndrome due to acute carbon monoxide poisoning and had clinical follow-up investigations for up to 18 months. Three patients… (More)
In order to study the significance of non-ECG-gated cardiac computed tomography (CCT) for the diagnosis of hypertrophic cardiomyopathies, the method was applied in 55 consecutive patients and the… (More)
The application of whole-body scanners with a wide aperture cone to neuroradiology permits examination of the head in the sagittal plane. This method yields better definition of anatomic structures… (More)
In a 64 year old man with a large, low grade lymphangiosarcoma of the right thigh, we correlated the results of in vivo 31-P-magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), proton magnetic resonance imaging… (More)
Four patients with paravertebral extension of advanced tuberculous intervertebral disk-space infection were studied by CT and MRI. In one patient gadolinium-DTPA (Gd-DTPA) was administered… (More)
In 95 consecutive patients with proven or suspected bronchial carcinoma, computed tomographic evaluation of the upper mediastinum for N2 disease was performed prospectively. Patients with positive… (More)
The authors find that MRI yields more useful information in a single study than CT, Tc scanning or angiography; they use it as the primary local staging procedure in malignant bone tumors.
Although CT should be used as the initial procedure, MRI potentially can identify most adrenal masses without the hazard of ionizing radiation or the injection of iodinated contrast material.