'*r Am JRoentgenol 129: 989-992, December 1977 989 Isodense Masses on CT: Differentiation by Gray Scale Ultrasonography PAT-RICKJ. BRYAN1 AND W. MARTINDINN1 Alterations in echo patterns enableisodense structures and lesions to b e clearly identifiable by gray scale ultrason-ography when they are ...
Am JRoentgenol 129:693-697, October 1977 693 Diagnosis of Isodense Subdural Hematomas by Computed Tomography MARCOA. AMENDOLA"2 AND BERNARD J. OSTRUM' Subdurai hematomas, whose absorption values approxim ate those of adjacent brain, are notvisualizea In routine computed tomography.
Arq Neuropsiquiatr 2005;63(3-B):862-863 Neurosurgery Department of Hospital Cristo Redentor, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil: 1 MD, Resident; 2 MD Neurosurgeon.
Patient 10 — isodense nodule left breast with partially obscured margins and associated pleomorphic microcalcifications (atypical presentation).
Our patient's initial non-contrast head CT (C-CT) Index patient PACS, BIDMC Head of the caudate Putamen and globus pallidus Sylvian fissure Internal capsule Thalamus Lateral ventricle Subtle midline shift Hypodense on C-CT; hyperdense on CT with contrast Infection only Hypodense Tumor only Isodense Hypodense Acute ...
METHODS: Thirty lesions each of hyperdense, isodense and hypodense attenuation compared to normal liver parenchyma were injected into 15 ex-vivo pig livers.
Low Grade Astrocytomas •Usually occur in adults and may present with seizures, headaches, progressive,, pg neurologic deficit •CT-hypodenseorisodense non-enhancing CT hypodense or isodense, nonenhancing lesion with little surrounding edema •MR decreased signal on T1 increased on •MR -decreased ...
A tumor may be very difficult to detect on a non-contrast CT as it may isodense to the surrounding brain tissue. When evaluating masses in the brain tissue, remember there tends to be more edema surrounding a metastatic lesion than a primary tumor of the brain.
1 ADVANCED MRI 2002 - FROM HEAD TO TOE MRI of the Adrenals, Kidneys, and Bladder MRI of the Adrenals, Kidneys, and Bladder James P. Earls MR TECHNIQUES A phased-array torso coil is optimally used to perform GU MRI because it significantly increases signal and reduces noise in the abdomen.
Imaging for Spine Tumors and New Applications CourtnayW. Bloomer, MD, Andrew Ackerman, MD, and Rita G. Bhatia, MD Objectives: Discussintramedullary, intradural/extra medullary, and extraduralspinal tumors including imaging characteristics with emphasis on MRand advances in treatment.