Contrast enhancement in spinal MR imaging.

@article{Breger1989ContrastEI,
  title={Contrast enhancement in spinal MR imaging.},
  author={R K Breger and A. L. Williams and David L. Daniels and Leo F Czervionke and L P Mark and V Haughton and R. A. Papke and M T Coffer},
  journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology},
  year={1989},
  volume={153 2},
  pages={387-91}
}
We evaluated 44 patients with suspected spinal tumors or previous laminectomies with gadolinium-DTPA MR imaging in order to characterize the enhancement in normal, postoperative, and neoplastic intraspinal tissue. Using the signal intensity of CSF as an internal control, we calculated the percentage increase in signal intensity from pre- to postgadolinium studies. Tumors (astrocytoma, ependymoma, schwannoma) enhanced 70-350%; epidural scar, normal epidural venous plexus, and dorsal root… CONTINUE READING

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