MRI of Intraspinal Pathology

  • T. H. Newton
  • A. S. Mark
  • J. Sanches
Conference paper

Abstract

MRI is now the imaging modality of choice for the evaluation of intraspinal pathology including neoplasms, post-traumatic sequelae, inflammatory changes and congenital anomalies.

Keywords

Meningioma Hydrocephalus Astrocytoma Hemangioma Medulloblastoma 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. H. Newton
  • A. S. Mark
  • J. Sanches

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