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Neck Muscle Stiffness Quantified by Sonoelastography is Correlated With Body Mass Index and Chronic Neck Pain Symptoms. (Ultrasound Med Biol
2013 May 14)
PhysicsUsually, harmonic imaging is used with microbubble contrast. Bushberg 517 states that the technique removes echo clutter from fundamental frequency reflections in the near field. The longer signal pulse length needed for this technique slightly degrades the axial resolution.
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-Vascular malformation with arteriovenous shunting, no intervening capillary bed.
-Best diagnostic clue: "Bag of black worms" (flow voids) on MR with minimal/no mass effect.
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Extraspinal findings on lumbar spine MR imaging
Interpretation of radiologic studies requires vigilance on the part of the radiologist to identify findings and abnormalities outside the region of interest. In the case of routine lumbar spine MRI for low back pain, many extraspinal abnormalities can often be identified. Some of these findings may account for low back pain. Other findings are incidental, but may have significant clinical implications, and are important to recognize. We present twenty-four examples of incidental findings from lumbar spine MRI examinations. The findings involve various organ systems, covering a broad range of clinical urgency.
From the manuscript Extraspinal findings on lumbar spine MR imaging by Nathalie V. Gebara et al.
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1. Select: Select the desired study from the provided links above.
2. Scroll: Use your scrollmouse to scroll up and down through the stack of images.
3. Window and Level: Click on the "W/L" icon in the right lower corner for the "Window and Level" mode. Then click the left mouse button over the image and move over the image to "window and level". If you click on the "Reset" button, the window and level goes back to the original position.
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5. Panning: In case an image is zoomed and you want to center an area of interest, click on the hand icon and move the image to the desired position.
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A new program was launched on Radiolopolis: "Dare To Share!". Dare To Share! is a project, which allows sharing cases between researchers and colleagues. Users may find interesting or needed cases/images for different kind of projects (studies, books, publications, presentations etc.) while assuring the owner's credentials/copyright of the case. Direct contact between the searcher and the owner of the case provides also a good opportunity to get to know new, potential partners for future projects. Read more...
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