Magnetic resonance imaging of the spine. Technology and technique.


Perhaps in no other area of radiology is the appearance of the images as dependent on the technique used to obtain them as is the case in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In some instances, such as decreasing signal-to-noise ratios at the periphery of surface coils or obvious difficulties in localizing the level of an abnormality detected in spinal images… (More)


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