Early detection of ischemic injury: comparison of spectroscopy, diffusion-, T2-, and magnetic susceptibility-weighted MRI in cats.

@article{Moseley1990EarlyDO,
  title={Early detection of ischemic injury: comparison of spectroscopy, diffusion-, T2-, and magnetic susceptibility-weighted MRI in cats.},
  author={Michael E. Moseley and Jan Mintorovitch and Y. Cohen and H S Asgari and Nikita Derugin and David Norman and Jerzy Kucharczyk},
  journal={Acta neurochirurgica. Supplementum},
  year={1990},
  volume={51},
  pages={
          207-9
        }
}
Within one hour following MCA-occlusion in cats, heavily diffusion-weighted spin-echo MR images exhibited a well-defined hyperintensity in the gray matter and basal ganglia of the occluded side over normal side. This hyperintensity correlated with lactate and inorganic phosphate increases in peak areas from MR surface coil spectroscopy. T2-weighted MRI showed no significant abnormality in signal intensity from the occluded hemisphere within several hours post-occlusion. Using a paramagnetic MR… CONTINUE READING

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