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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The necessity for structural MRI is greater than ever to both diagnose AD in its early stage and objectively evaluate its progression. We propose a new VBM-based software program for automatic detection of early specific atrophy in AD. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A target VOI...
SUMMARY: Intracranial DAVFs are pathologic dural-based shunts and account for 10%–15% of all intracranial arteriovenous malformations. These malformations derive their arterial supply primarily from meningeal vessels, and the venous drainage is either via dural venous sinuses or through the...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: MMRT may be beneficial in a subset of patients with large hemispheric stroke who cannot be treated with systemic thrombolysis. Because most previous studies only included relatively young patients, the outcome of very old patients given MMRT remains unknown. MATERIALS AND...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: In clinical practice, durability of occlusion following coil embolization is superior in densely packed, compared with loosely packed, aneurysms. In a rabbit model, we probed, by using proteomics tools, the biologic mechanisms associated with densely packed and completely...
SUMMARY: We describe a case of intracranial dural IH initially diagnosed as a primary skull vault lesion hemangioma due to associated focal hyperostosis. Histopathologic examination of the dural component confirmed IH. The case is discussed in the context of IH within the neural axis....
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Gadobenate dimeglumine has proved advantageous compared with other gadolinium-based contrast agents for contrast-enhanced brain MR imaging. Gadobutrol is a more highly concentrated agent (1.0 mol/L). This study intraindividually compared 0.1-mmol/kg doses of these agents...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Cerebral venous thrombosis is a rare entity that can be difficult to manage. Most patients with cerebral sinus thrombosis recover after treatment with heparin, but a subgroup of severe cerebral venous sinus thrombosis has a poor prognosis. Those patients may benefit from...
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