neurography


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neurography

the branch of neurology concerned with description of the nerves and nervous system. — neurographic, neurographical, adj.
See also: Nerves
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The position of nerve lesion at fascicular level is ascertained by MRI advanced neurography (Baumer et al., 2012; Chhabra et al., 2013) and its interpretation coupled with signs and symptoms.
Also, a deficit was found in technical specialists, particularly magnetic resonance neurography (MRI) and respiratory technicians, as they are key to medical monitoring and assessment.
Also, a deficit in technical specialists was found, particularly magnetic resonance neurography and respiratory technicians, as they are key to medical monitoring and assessment.
MR Neurography of Brachial Plexus at 3.0 T with Robust Fat and Blood Suppression.
Imaging methods such as direct radiography, diagnostic ultrasonography (USG), computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and MRI neurography can be used.[19] The MRI neurography for sciatic, femoral, obturator, lateral femoral cutaneous, genitofemoral, ilioinguinal, iliohypogastric, pudendal, and posterior femoral cutaneous nerves are available to evaluate the common pathological conditions of large and small pelvic nerves.[6] In addition, cystoscopy and laparoscopy are among the diagnostic methods used in patients with CPP.[20,21] A case diagnosed by USG and presented with anterior abdominal wall endometriosis is shown in Figure 2.
High-resolution MR neurography of diffuse peripheral nerve lesions.
Neurographies (MR Neurography imaging (MRN), electromyography (EMG), electroneurography (NCV), somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) are insufficiently sensitive for detection of TOS, and may only be positive in very advanced stage.
This edition contains new content on topics like 3 Tesla scanners, open high-field systems, and sequence acquisition and technical innovations, such as MRI neurography and MRI prosthesis sequences; more accurate imaging processes; new graphics; and replaced and added illustrations.
(Note that persistent mechanohyperalgesia or mechanical-allodynia has not been demonstrated in oxaliplatin-treated patients [10, 16].) In oxaliplatin-treated patients with "mild to moderate" neuropathy, DRG observed using magnetic resonance neurography (MRN) demonstrated hypertrophy, suggesting increased metabolic activation rather than cell atrophy and death [66, 67].
A newer modality, MR neurography (MR-magnetic resonance), has the potential to demonstrate the entire course of visualized peripheral nerves [13].
Reconstruction magnetic resonance neurography in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy.