MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

Spinal Trauma

Aug 20, 2019 by in MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING Comments Off on Spinal Trauma

Imaging studies play a central role in the diagnosis of spinal trauma. The biomechanics, natural history, and treatment methods differ significantly in cervical and thoracolumbar injuries and are therefore addressed…

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Orbit

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Anatomy The soft tissue structures of the orbit are contained within a bony cavity and include the globe, extraocular muscles, optic nerve–sheath complex, lacrimal apparatus, and various vascular and nerve…

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Spinal Tumors

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Introduction Spinal neoplasms are divided into three groups based on their anatomic locations: extradural, extramedullary-intradural, and intramedullary tumors ( Fig. 30-1 ). Extradural tumors include masses in the bones, disks,…

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