Detailed anatomy of intracranial venous anomalies associated with atretic parietal cephaloceles revealed by high-resolution 3D-CISS and high-field T2-weighted reversed MR images

@article{Morioka2008DetailedAO,
  title={Detailed anatomy of intracranial venous anomalies associated with atretic parietal cephaloceles revealed by high-resolution 3D-CISS and high-field T2-weighted reversed MR images},
  author={Takato Morioka and Kimiaki Hashiguchi and Kazuhiro Samura and Fumiaki Yoshida and Yasushi Miyagi and Takashi Yoshiura and Satoshi Suzuki and Tomio Sasaki},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={2008},
  volume={25},
  pages={309-315}
}
The advancement of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging technology has revealed that intracranial venous anomalies, such as vertical embryonic positioning of the straight sinus (VEP of SS), are associated with atretic parietal cephaloceles. However, the precise anatomical relationships among the venous anomalies, superior sagittal sinus (SSS), cistern, and cephalocele have not been demonstrated. We compared the imaging features of conventional MR images and high-resolution 3-dimensional (3-D) MR… CONTINUE READING

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