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Summary: We report the case of a 9-year-old male patient with idiopathic intracranial hypertension without papilledema for which MR imaging of the optic nerves and pituitary gland provided important clues for the diagnosis of idiopathic intracranial hypertension and showed a return to normal...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: MR spectroscopy allows the noninvasive evaluation of in vivo brain metabolites. Our purpose was to use this technique to assess metabolic alterations in the human cerebrum during growth, maturation, and aging. METHODS: Ninety normal human brains in subjects aged 4 to 88...
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Summary: We report the imaging findings in two patients with proliferating trichilemmal tumors. In the first patient, the tumor arose on the lower lip, a very unusual location for this type of tumor, and showed malignant transformation with metastasis to a regional lymph node. It was seen as a...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Intraoperative MR imaging is increasingly being used to control the extent of surgical resection; however, surgical manipulation itself causes intracranial contrast enhancement, which is a source of error. Our purpose was to investigate the potential of monocrystalline...
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