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Erratum/Notice of Retraction technology, imaging considerations, basic pulse sequences BOOKS RECEIVED (25 chapters), considerations in MR angiography (MRA), Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders. Supplement Vol. 70. contrast material, MR spectroscopy, diffusion-weighted MR Special edition of Journal of Neural Transmission. P. Riederer, imaging, perfusion imaging, motion and motion correction, H. Reichmann, M.B.H. Youdim, M. Gerlach, eds. New York: fat suppression, blood oxygen level-dependent imaging, par- Springer Wien; 2006. 506 pages, 75 illustrations, $199.00. allel imaging, cardiac imaging, MR mammography, and topics Operative Neuromodulation Volume 1: Functional Neuroprosthetic in abdominal imaging and artifacts. When deemed necessary Surgery. An Introduction Series: Acta Neurochirurgica Supplemen- tum, Supplement 97/1. D.E. Sakas, B. Simpson, E.S. Krames, eds. by the authors, pulse diagrams for various sequences are in- New York: Springer Wien; 2007. 482 pages, 11 illustrations, cluded and adequate examples of each are shown. One can, $259.00. therefore, quickly and conveniently look up items that are eas- Radiographic Atlas of Skull and Brain Anatomy. M. Gallucci, S. Ca- ily forgettable (or never known), such as driven-equilibrium poccia, and A. Catalucci eds. New York: Springer; 2007, 362 Fourier transformation; half-Fourier acquired single-shot pages, 794 illustrations, $219.00. turbo spin-echo; spoiled, balanced, or refocused gradient Digital Neuroanatomy—An interactive CD Atlas with Text. echo; free induction with steady-state precession/reversed free G.R. Leichnetz, ed. Hoboke, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc; 2006, 104 induction with steady-state precession; constructive interfer- pages, $69.95. ence in steady state, and other word salads. The 7 chapters (13 Erratum pages) on MRA, 3D, 2D, phase contrast, and carotid/abdom- The Journal regrets the following errors that appeared in Levy EI, inal/peripheral imaging are particularly well written and prop- Mehta R, Gupta R, et al. Self-Expanding Stents for Recanalization of erly illustrated. Of course in this primer one should not expect Acute Cerebrovascular Occlusions (AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2007; to read of all the advantages/disadvantages of certain MR pro- 28:816–22): tocols or see many disease states, because that was not the aim 1. The legend for Fig 1 should read, “Steps involved in self-ex- of the book. Surprisingly absent from the book are a couple of panding stent delivery and deployment” not “sirolimus-eluting stent.” items that the authors might wish to include in future editions, 2. Additional disclosure information should have included: Dr. such as susceptibility-weighted imaging or, even more impor- Fiorella serves on the speakers’ bureau for and received honoraria tantly, material on high-field MR systems (3T and stronger). from Boston Scientific and Dr. Levy received patent royalties from There are practical considerations in dealing with 3T system, Zimmer Spine. which would make such additional chapters on this subject DOI 10.3174/ajnr.A0765 appealing to readers wanting a firmer understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of such systems. In summary, this book fulfills its aim in giving our specialty The American Journal of Neuroradiology has decided to formally re- an easily digestible and basic discussion of the physics of MR. tract the article: “Dynamic Upper Airway Soft-Tissue and Caliber DOI 10.3174/ajnr.A0627 Changes in Healthy Subjects and Snoring Patients” by Hu¨seyin Akan, Tolga Akso¨z, Umit Belet, and Teoman S¸ec¸sen (AJNR Am J Neurora- diol 2004;25:1846–50). DOI 10.3174/ajnr.A0816 1624 Book Reviews  AJNR 28  Sep 2007  www.ajnr.org http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Neuroradiology Unpaywall

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technology, imaging considerations, basic pulse sequences BOOKS RECEIVED (25 chapters), considerations in MR angiography (MRA), Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders. Supplement Vol. 70. contrast material, MR spectroscopy, diffusion-weighted MR Special edition of Journal of Neural Transmission. P. Riederer, imaging, perfusion imaging, motion and motion correction, H. Reichmann, M.B.H. Youdim, M. Gerlach, eds. New York: fat suppression, blood oxygen level-dependent imaging, par- Springer Wien; 2006. 506 pages, 75 illustrations, $199.00. allel imaging, cardiac imaging, MR mammography, and topics Operative Neuromodulation Volume 1: Functional Neuroprosthetic in abdominal imaging and artifacts. When deemed necessary Surgery. An Introduction Series: Acta Neurochirurgica Supplemen- tum, Supplement 97/1. D.E. Sakas, B. Simpson, E.S. Krames, eds. by the authors, pulse diagrams for various sequences are in- New York: Springer Wien; 2007. 482 pages, 11 illustrations, cluded and adequate examples of each are shown. One can, $259.00. therefore, quickly and conveniently look up items that are eas- Radiographic Atlas of Skull and Brain Anatomy. M. Gallucci, S. Ca- ily forgettable (or never known), such as driven-equilibrium poccia, and A. Catalucci eds. New York: Springer; 2007, 362 Fourier transformation; half-Fourier acquired single-shot pages, 794 illustrations, $219.00. turbo spin-echo; spoiled, balanced, or refocused gradient Digital Neuroanatomy—An interactive CD Atlas with Text. echo; free induction with steady-state precession/reversed free G.R. Leichnetz, ed. Hoboke, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc; 2006, 104 induction with steady-state precession; constructive interfer- pages, $69.95. ence in steady state, and other word salads. The 7 chapters (13 Erratum pages) on MRA, 3D, 2D, phase contrast, and carotid/abdom- The Journal regrets the following errors that appeared in Levy EI, inal/peripheral imaging are particularly well written and prop- Mehta R, Gupta R, et al. Self-Expanding Stents for Recanalization of erly illustrated. Of course in this primer one should not expect Acute Cerebrovascular Occlusions (AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2007; to read of all the advantages/disadvantages of certain MR pro- 28:816–22): tocols or see many disease states, because that was not the aim 1. The legend for Fig 1 should read, “Steps involved in self-ex- of the book. Surprisingly absent from the book are a couple of panding stent delivery and deployment” not “sirolimus-eluting stent.” items that the authors might wish to include in future editions, 2. Additional disclosure information should have included: Dr. such as susceptibility-weighted imaging or, even more impor- Fiorella serves on the speakers’ bureau for and received honoraria tantly, material on high-field MR systems (3T and stronger). from Boston Scientific and Dr. Levy received patent royalties from There are practical considerations in dealing with 3T system, Zimmer Spine. which would make such additional chapters on this subject DOI 10.3174/ajnr.A0765 appealing to readers wanting a firmer understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of such systems. In summary, this book fulfills its aim in giving our specialty The American Journal of Neuroradiology has decided to formally re- an easily digestible and basic discussion of the physics of MR. tract the article: “Dynamic Upper Airway Soft-Tissue and Caliber DOI 10.3174/ajnr.A0627 Changes in Healthy Subjects and Snoring Patients” by Hu¨seyin Akan, Tolga Akso¨z, Umit Belet, and Teoman S¸ec¸sen (AJNR Am J Neurora- diol 2004;25:1846–50). DOI 10.3174/ajnr.A0816 1624 Book Reviews  AJNR 28  Sep 2007  www.ajnr.org

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