Two-dimensional MRI at 1.5 and 0.5 T versus CT myelography in the diagnosis of cervical radiculopathy
Devlin, R.; Bartlett, R. J.V.; Hill, C. A. Rowland; Gardiner, E. D.
R. J.V. Bartlett
C. A. Rowland Hill
Dr Eric Gardiner E.D.Gardiner@hull.ac.uk
A prospective comparison was made of standard two-dimensional MRI sequences, at both high and midfield strength, with CT myelography in 23 patients with cervical spondylosis. MRI is adequate for assessment of cord compression, where high field strength is superior to midfield strength. MRI using 4-mm sections is inadequate for presurgical assessment of root compression. It remains to be proven whether thin-section white-CSF volume sequences or gadolinium-enhanced volume studies can replace CT myelography.
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|APA6 Citation||Devlin, R., Bartlett, R. J., Hill, C. A. R., & Gardiner, E. D. (1996). Two-dimensional MRI at 1.5 and 0.5 T versus CT myelography in the diagnosis of cervical radiculopathy. Neuroradiology, 38(2), 142-147. doi:10.1007/BF00604801|
|Keywords||Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging; Clinical Neurology; Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine|
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