Magnetic resonance imaging of the central nervous system--an update.

Abstract

Magnetic resonance imaging has developed rapidly and now has superior ability to detect and to characterize disease in the central nervous system without any significant biologic hazard. It is becoming the screening method of choice in the diagnosis of neoplasm, ischemia, hemorrhage, infection and degenerative and demyelinating diseases involving the central nervous system.

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@article{Kucharczyk1985MagneticRI, title={Magnetic resonance imaging of the central nervous system--an update.}, author={Walter Kucharczyk and Michael N Brant-Zawadzki and Doron Norman and Thomas H . Newton}, journal={The Western journal of medicine}, year={1985}, volume={142 1}, pages={54-62} }