Dynamic physiologic changes in lumbar CSF volume quantitatively measured by three-dimensional fast spin-echo MRI.

@article{Lee2001DynamicPC,
  title={Dynamic physiologic changes in lumbar CSF volume quantitatively measured by three-dimensional fast spin-echo MRI.},
  author={Roland R. Lee and Ransi Ann Abraham and Courtney Quinn},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2001},
  volume={26 10},
  pages={1172-8}
}
STUDY DESIGN Lumbar MRI of normal adults. Image analysis to measure lumbar CSF volumes at rest and during physiologic maneuvers. OBJECTIVES 1) Validate an MRI technique to measure CSF volumes, 2) use this technique to measure the resting volume of lumbar CSF, 3) measure changes in CSF volume with physiologic maneuvers, and 4) demonstrate the anatomic basis for these volume changes. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Studies using radiograph and radionuclide myelography in dogs and humans in the… CONTINUE READING

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