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SUMMARY: Carotid near-occlusion is distal ICA luminal collapse beyond a tight stenosis, where the distal lumen should not be used for calculating percentage stenosis. Near-occlusion with full ICA collapse is well-known, with a threadlike lumen. However, near-occlusion without collapse is often...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: With >473,000 annual emergency department visits for children with traumatic brain injuries in the United States, the risk of ionizing radiation exposure during CT examinations is a real concern. The purpose of this study was to assess the validity of rapid MR imaging to...
SUMMARY: A new classification is proposed for cerebral aneurysms treated with any endovascular technique, for example, coiling with or without adjunctive devices, flow diversion, intrasaccular flow modifiers, or any combination of the above. Raymond-Roy Occlusion Classification is expanded with...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Early assessment of treatment response is critical in patients with glioblastomas. A combination of DTI and DSC perfusion imaging parameters was evaluated to distinguish glioblastomas with true progression from mixed response and pseudoprogression. MATERIALS AND METHODS:...
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