Magnetic Resdonance Imaging in Diagnosis and Operative Planing of Cerebrovascular Malformations
The introduction of MRI in the diagnosis of cerebral space-occupying lesions such as brain tumors, cysts, or intracerebral hemorrhages has improved diagnostic results (4, 5). As a nonivasive method CT was already successful in identifying cerebrovascular malformations (CVMs) (3, 8, 10, 12, 13). In this retrospective study we aimed to assess the value of MRI.
KeywordsMagnetic Resonance Imaging Magnetic Resonance Imaging Examination Giant Aneurysm Weighted Proton Density Magnetic Resonance Imaging Demonstration
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