Neuroimaging of Scuba Diving Injuries to the eNS 933

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Diving accidents related to barotrauma constitute a unique subset of ischemic insults to the CNS. Victims may demonstrate components of arterial gas embolism, which has a propensity for cerebral involvement, and/or decompression sickness, with primarily spinal cord involvement. Fourteen patients with diving-related barotrauma were studied with MR imaging of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Warren2014NeuroimagingOS, title={Neuroimaging of Scuba Diving Injuries to the eNS 933}, author={Patrick S. Warren and William T. Djang and Richard E. Moon and Enrico Mario Camporesi and D. Skip Sallee and Douglas C. Anthony and E. Wayne Massey and Peter Burger and E. Ralph Heinz}, year={2014} }