Magnetic resonance imaging of bone marrow in sickle cell disease: clinical, hematologic, and pathologic correlations.

@article{Mankad1990MagneticRI,
  title={Magnetic resonance imaging of bone marrow in sickle cell disease: clinical, hematologic, and pathologic correlations.},
  author={Vipul N Mankad and John Michael Williams and Michael D. Harpen and Elizabeth Manci and Glenn Longenecker and R. Brantingham Moore and Ami Shah and Yoon Mo Yang and Byron G. Brogdon},
  journal={Blood},
  year={1990},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={274-83}
}
A longitudinal, prospective, controlled evaluation of magnetic resonance images (MRI) of long bones in sickle cell patients was undertaken simultaneously with assessment of clinical status and hematologic parameters, including dense erythrocytes. MRI of bone marrow in sickle cell patients during steady states appeared patchy and were markedly different from those in matched controls (P approximately 0). Patients with severe patchiness were older than those with mild or moderate patchiness (P… CONTINUE READING

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