[From anatomy to image: the cranial nerves at MRI].

@article{Conforti2013FromAT,
  title={[From anatomy to image: the cranial nerves at MRI].},
  author={Renata Conforti and Valeria Marrone and Angela Sardaro and Pierluigi Faella and Roberta Grassi and Salvatore Cappabianca},
  journal={Recenti progressi in medicina},
  year={2013},
  volume={104 7-8},
  pages={308-13}
}
In this article, we review the expected course of each of the 12 cranial nerves. Traditional magnetic resonance imaging depicts only the larger cranial nerves but SSFP sequences of magnetic resonance imaging are capable of depicting the cisternal segments of 12 cranial nerves and also provide submillimetric spatial resolution. 

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Traditional magnetic resonance imaging depicts only the larger cranial nerves but SSFP sequences of magnetic resonance imaging are capable of depicting the cisternal segments of 12 cranial nerves and also provide submillimetric spatial resolution .
Traditional magnetic resonance imaging depicts only the larger cranial nerves but SSFP sequences of magnetic resonance imaging are capable of depicting the cisternal segments of 12 cranial nerves and also provide submillimetric spatial resolution .
Traditional magnetic resonance imaging depicts only the larger cranial nerves but SSFP sequences of magnetic resonance imaging are capable of depicting the cisternal segments of 12 cranial nerves and also provide submillimetric spatial resolution .
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