Myelography in the Age of MRI: Why We Do It, and How We Do It

@inproceedings{Ozdoba2011MyelographyIT,
  title={Myelography in the Age of MRI: Why We Do It, and How We Do It},
  author={Christoph Ozdoba and Jan Gralla and Alexander Rieke and Ralph Binggeli and Gerhard Schroth},
  booktitle={Radiology research and practice},
  year={2011}
}
Myelography is a nearly ninety-year-old method that has undergone a steady development from the introduction of water-soluble contrast agents to CT myelography. Since the introduction of magnetic resonance imaging into clinical routine in the mid-1980s, the role of myelography seemed to be constantly less important in spinal diagnostics, but it remains a method that is probably even superior to MRI for special clinical issues. This paper briefly summarizes the historical development of… CONTINUE READING

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