Primary intracranial tumor imaging: a comparison of magnetic resonance and CT.

@article{BrantZawadzki1984PrimaryIT,
  title={Primary intracranial tumor imaging: a comparison of magnetic resonance and CT.},
  author={Michael Brant-Zawadzki and J P Badami and Catherine M. Mills and David Norman and Thomas Hans Newton},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={150 2},
  pages={435-40}
}
Twenty-six patients with primary intracranial tumors were evaluated by magnetic resonance (MR) and a comparison was made with CT findings. The SE technique with TR = 2,000 ms and TE = 56 ms was most useful in delineating normal anatomy, in differentiating gray and white matter, and in optimizing the visualization of edema. The use of TR = 500 ms optimized sensitivity to T1 relaxation time differences in disparate tissue and best defined the cerebrospinal fluid spaces. Although prolongation of… CONTINUE READING
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