Imaging diagnosis--spinal cord hemangioma in two dogs.

@article{Jull2011ImagingDC,
  title={Imaging diagnosis--spinal cord hemangioma in two dogs.},
  author={Philip Jull and Gemma L. Walmsley and Livia Benigni and Nanny Wenzlow and Emma L. Rayner and Brian A. Summers and Giunio Bruto Cherubini and Sandra Sch{\"o}niger and Holger Andreas Volk},
  journal={Veterinary radiology & ultrasound : the official journal of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the International Veterinary Radiology Association},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 6},
  pages={
          653-7
        }
}
Intramedullary masses are a dilemma due to the limited access for a nonsurgical biopsy, thus, accurate imaging characterization is crucial. Magnetic resonance imaging findings of two confirmed canine thoracic intramedullary hemangiomas are described. A capillary hemangioma was of mixed intensity but predominantly T2-hyperintense and mildly T1-hyperintense to spinal cord with strong contrast enhancement. A cavernous hemangioma had a target-like appearance in both T1-weighted (T1w) and T2… CONTINUE READING

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