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BACKGROUND: Bilateral infarcts confined to the globus pallidus are unusual and occur in conjunction with only a few disorders, including isolated methylmalonic acidemia, a heterogeneous inborn error of metabolism. On the basis of neuroradiographic features of metabolic strokes observed in a large...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Histologic grading of intracranial astrocytomas is affected by sampling error and substantial inter- and intraobserver variability. We proposed that incorporating MR imaging into grading will predict patient survival more accurately than histopathology alone. MATERIALS AND...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: There is a well-established correlation between deep gray matter atrophy and cognitive dysfunction in MS. However, the cause of these signs of neurodegeneration is poorly understood. Iron accumulation in the deep gray matter is higher in patients with MS compared with age-...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Stent-assisted coiling is routinely used for the endovascular treatment of complex or wide-neck intracranial aneurysms. However, in-stent thrombosis, thromboembolic events, and ischemic complications remain a major concern associated with stent implants. Therefore, a novel...