dynamic MRI

dynamic MRI

Orthopedics A format for MRI in which a joint is viewed in real time. See Magnetic resonance imaging.
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Because dynamic MRI can show the space and soft tissues in cavernous sinus better, it should be used in cases with an initial diagnosis of THS (8,9).
16) Another, more recent study (24) concluded that although the diagnostic value of dynamic MRI is lower than chemical shift MRI, contrast enhancement and time-to-peak and wash-in rates derived from SI-time curve of dynamic MRI may be contributory to the results of chemical shift MRI in atypical cases.
9) using dynamic MRI for anterior mediastinal lesions, the mean peak of the time intensity curve was significantly shorter for thymoma than for non-thymoma malignant tumors.
An assessment of perfusion of the head by dynamic MRI," The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery--British Volume, vol.
In fact, the similarity between different contrasts in the same scan exists in multiple-contrast MRI [13] and between different scans of the same patient in dynamic MRI [14].
6) Comparing findings before and after surgery for POP, Broker and colleagues found that dynamic MRI could characterize reduced mobility of the pelvic organs following surgical mesh repairs.
Interestingly, preliminary reports using dynamic MRI imaging (a method that allows analysis of blood vessels generated by a tumor) show promise for improving MRI as an initial screening tool for all women.
Another improvement in MR imaging evaluation of perianal fistulas is dynamic MRI which evaluates the fistulous tract in arterial venous and delayed phases and is reported to be superior to single phase post contrast sequence.
Fifty eight patients (37 males and 21 females, mean age 27 years, age range from 8 to 47 years) were referred to our center for dynamic MRI examination after the ETV procedure from three different neurosurgery institutions, where they were hospitalized for the treatment of obstructive hydrocephalus due to the non-tumorous stenosis/obstruction of cerebral aqueduct.
2) used dynamic MRI for the diagnosis of muscle hernias in the lower extremities of three patients and observed changes in the volume of herniated muscle during forced dorsiflexion and plantar flexion of the ankle.
Dynamic MRI can be utilized when imaging assessment of the pelvic floor in motion is needed to determine whether surgery or other therapy for prolapse or urinary incontinence, or both, is appropriate.
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