Cervical Myelopathy - Spine - Orthobullets
most common cause of cervical myelopathy compression usually caused by anterior degenerative changes (osteophytes, discosteophyte complex) degenerative ...
The Owl's Eyes Sign - Radsource
Figure 11: (11a) A T2*-weighted gradient-echo axial image from the mid cervical spine in a 72 year old man with a remote history of polio. Small symmetrical foci of ...
27 White Matter Diseases in Adults Multiple sclerosis (MS ...
27 White Matter Diseases in Adults Multiple sclerosis (MS) and variants Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis Hurst hemorrhagic leukoencephalitis
Mielopatía cervical: análisis retrospectivo de los ...
Cervical myelopathy: Retrospective analysis of surgical results in 53 cases treated by anterior cervical discectomy and interbody fusion. Abstract
Global Cerebral Hypoxia - Neuroradiology Cases
On left side CT of a 7 day old with history of perinatal asphyxia, shows diffuse low attenuating supratentorial brain parenchyma with relatively hyperdense Cerebellum ...
DIAGNOSTIC APPROACH TO MYELOPATHIES - CIR
4 Diagnostic approach to myelopathies. Granados A; García L; Ortega C; López A It may be caused by atlanto-axial instability, spinal canal stenosis due to cervical ...
skull fracture :: www.forensicmed.co.uk
The normal thickness of the skull is approximately 4-15 mm (depending upon the site at which it is measured), and the presence of a skull fracture is an indication ...
Robert Morecraft Ph.D. - University of South Dakota
Research Fellow Harvard Medical School, 1991; Ph D, Anatomy and Exercise Science, University of Iowa, 1989; MA, Exercise Science, University of Iowa, 1982
The Radiology Assistant : Role of MRI in Epilepsy
In many patients with epilepsy antiepileptic drug treatment is unable to control the seizures. Using a dedicated MRI-protocol, it is possible to detect an ...
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2004. Gabapentin is a first line drug for the treatment of neuropathic pain in spinal cord injury. Levendoglu F, Ogun CO, Ozerbil O, et al. Spine 2004;29:743–751.