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High-resolution magneticresonanceimaging (MRI) has started to play a role in the diagnosis of giantcell arteritis. Evidence of arteritis involving the

PurposeGiant cell arteritis (GCA) is a systemic vasculitis that affects medium-to-large-caliber arteries. Early diagnosis and treatment is essential as involvement of the ophthalmic artery or its branches may cause blindness. Radiographic findings may be variable and non-specific leading to delay in diagnosis.

Severity classification of Tenosynovial GiantCell Tumours on MR imaging M.J.L. Mastboom et al

Magneticresonanceimaging (MRI) findings for temporal arteritis (giantcell arteritis) include loss of the normal flow void in affected vessels from occlusion or slow flow associated with disease.

2, 3 Magneticresonanceimaging (MRI) has been shown to improve the diagnosis of early Takayasu arteritis.

In 41 patients, imaging results were compared with findings of temporal artery biopsy (TAB). Results: Sixty-one per cent (36/59) of patients were diagnosed

Giantcell arteritis (GCA, also known as Horton disease, cranial arteritis, and temporal arteritis) is the most common of the systemic vasculitides [1]. GCA is also a classic systemic rheumatic disease of older adults; it virtually never occurs in individuals younger than 50 years of age and peaks in...

Giantcell arteritis (GCA) is a common form of primary arteritis in patients over 50 years, in which

Magneticresonance (MR) angiography was performed, from which stenotic changes in the bilateral superficial temporal arteries were strongly suspected.

High-resolution MRIingiantcell arteritis: imaging of the wall of the superficial temporal artery. AJR Am J Roentgenol.

Magneticresonanceimaging at 3.0 Tesla: challenges and advantages in clinical neurological

Magneticresonanceimaging/magneticresonance MANAGEMENT angiography: Magneticresonanceimaging (MRI) Not all patients with GCA respond to therapy in the and magnetic

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In the brain, MRI can differentiate between white matter and grey matter and can also be used to diagnose aneurysms and tumors. Because MRI does not use x-rays or other radiation, it is the imaging modality of choice when frequent imaging is required for diagnosis or therapy, especially in the brain.

Quantitative analysis of susceptibility-weighted magneticresonanceimaging in chronic hepatitis in rats. To assess the value of susceptibility-weighted imaging

In conclusion, we reported a novel brain MRIfinding with anterior brainstem restricted diffusion in patients with NSCLC. We believe that this is a new imagingfinding of LC, and

Contrast-enhanced magneticresonanceimaging of arteries can demonstrate early inflammation of vessel walls, but its use for diagnosing thoracoabdominal aortitis has been reported for a

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Magneticresonanceimaging (MRI) is a diagnostic imaging technology used to detect problems in both bone and soft tissues. MRI depicts soft tissue injury and abnormalities with greater sensitivity and specificity than conventional imaging techniques. Hospital for Special Surgery has expertise in...