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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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.
Reconstruction magnetic resonance neurography in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy.
Magnetic resonance neurography of the pelvis demonstrated multilocule hemorrhagic cystic lesion compressing sciatic nerve at the left sciatic foramen level, which had a diameter of 18 mm.
25 Familiarity with the variations of extensor muscles and their innervation are crucial for assessment and treatment of pathologic conditions with magnetic resonance imaging, diagnostic sonography, and magnetic resonance neurography.
High-resolution 3-T MR neurography of peroneal neuropathy.
The other 232 patients underwent MR neurography, a new technique that generates detailed images of nerves.
They introduce radiologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, plastic and other peripheral nerve surgeons, and technologists to the basic pathophysiology of peripheral neuropathy, how to produce high quality magnetic resonance neurography images and understand the imaging appearances and clinical relevance of various nerve pathologies, and the role of MR guided intervention.
Ongoing advances in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance neurography (MRN) may make these modalities valuable in the future, but currently these techniques yield too many false-negative results.
Incorporating photos and images, they discuss the fundamentals of equipment, ultrasound, and microanatomy; ultrasound-guided anesthesia and pain medicine for the upper and lower extremities, central blocks, and pediatric anesthesia; pain blocks; and future directions in the field, including impedance neurography, acoustic radiation force imaging, and medical image segmentation using modified Mumford segmentation methods.