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Overview

The latest techniques and applications of spinal imaging modalities are presented. The editor is an authority on imaging of the spine and the spinal cord, and he has gathered a number of U.S. and international contributors to present a cutting-edge view of traditional and new imaging modalities. The focus of the book is on the diagnostic and therapeutic applications of various imaging modalities.

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Reviewer: Loren C. Macey, M.D.(University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Description: This up-to-date review of many of the recent advances in spinal imaging and image-guided therapeutic interventions includes clinically applicable information regarding MR techniques, anatomic considerations, and pathophysiology, as well as imaging features.
Purpose: The 13 chapter topics were selected to give a fresh perspective on the newer techniques and concepts currently being used in spinal imaging. Although thist is not an all-inclusive book on spinal imaging, each chapter extensively discusses the relevant state-of-the art techniques involved in imaging the particular disease entity. This is a worthwhile text since MR imaging of the spine has evolved to now largely replace myelography.
Audience: The chapters are presented at an appropriate level for a practicing radiologist, resident, or clinician interested in reviewing the technical advances in imaging the spine and spinal cord. The contributors comprise a panel of internationally recognized experts on MR research, neuroradiology, neurointervention, and neurosurgery.
Features: The book begins with extensive discussion of MR imaging principles as well as clinical applications of the newer sequences used to image the spine. Advances in diffusion weighted imaging, magnetization transfer, driven equilibrium, FLAIR, and fast STIR are covered with their clinical applications to imaging the spine. Flow-sensitive MR imaging of CSF flow is also thoroughly discussed. A full chapter is devoted to the newer techniques of imaging nerve roots and peripheral nerves. Imaging of degenerative spine disease, spinal trauma, compression fractures, congenital malformations, tumors, cervical radiculopathy, vascular and non-vascular image-guided therapies make up the last half of the book. Although MRI is the focus of many of the discussions, the roles of CT and plain radiography are not overlooked.
Assessment: The chapters are written and illustrated thoroughly. Anyone interested in the latest advances in spinal imaging, particularly in MR, should find this book refreshing and helpful.
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Reviewer: Loren C. Macey, M.D.(University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Description: This up-to-date review of many of the recent advances in spinal imaging and image-guided therapeutic interventions includes clinically applicable information regarding MR techniques, anatomic considerations, and pathophysiology, as well as imaging features.
Purpose: The 13 chapter topics were selected to give a fresh perspective on the newer techniques and concepts currently being used in spinal imaging. Although thist is not an all-inclusive book on spinal imaging, each chapter extensively discusses the relevant state-of-the art techniques involved in imaging the particular disease entity. This is a worthwhile text since MR imaging of the spine has evolved to now largely replace myelography.
Audience: The chapters are presented at an appropriate level for a practicing radiologist, resident, or clinician interested in reviewing the technical advances in imaging the spine and spinal cord. The contributors comprise a panel of internationally recognized experts on MR research, neuroradiology, neurointervention, and neurosurgery.
Features: The book begins with extensive discussion of MR imaging principles as well as clinical applications of the newer sequences used to image the spine. Advances in diffusion weighted imaging, magnetization transfer, driven equilibrium, FLAIR, and fast STIR are covered with their clinical applications to imaging the spine. Flow-sensitive MR imaging of CSF flow is also thoroughly discussed. A full chapter is devoted to the newer techniques of imaging nerve roots and peripheral nerves. Imaging of degenerative spine disease, spinal trauma, compression fractures, congenital malformations, tumors, cervical radiculopathy, vascular and non-vascular image-guided therapies make up the last half of the book. Although MRI is the focus of many of the discussions, the roles of CT and plain radiography are not overlooked.
Assessment: The chapters are written and illustrated thoroughly. Anyone interested in the latest advances in spinal imaging, particularly in MR, should find this book refreshing and helpful.
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Thirteen contributions from international radiologists review some of the recent advances and techniques in spinal imaging and therapy. The basic concepts and clinical applications of new sequences for spinal MR imaging are discussed in two introductory chapters. A sampling of topics includes magnetic resonance neurography, imaging of trauma to the spine and spinal cord, MR differentiation of benign versus malignant vertebral collapse, MR and CT imaging of congenital spinal anomalies, imaging of spinal tumors, and percutaneous vertebroplasty. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781560534662
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 4/30/2001
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 8.48 (w) x 11.46 (h) x 0.72 (d)

Table of Contents

1 New Sequences for Spinal MR Imaging: Basic Concepts 1
2 New Sequences for Spinal MR Imaging: Clinical Applications 17
3 Application of MR Flow Imaging in Craniospinal Disorders 45
4 Magnetic Resonance Neurography 65
5 Imaging of Trauma to the Spine and Spinal Cord 79
6 MR differentiation of Benign versus Malignant Vertebral Collapse 93
7 MR Imaging of Degenerative Spin Disease: MR Myelography and Imaging of the Posterior Spinal Elements 105
8 MR and CT Imaging of Congenital Spinal Anomalies 123
9 Imaging of Spinal Tumors 145
10 Image-Guided Interventions in the Spine and Spinal Cord 169
11 Percutaneous Vertebroplasty 187
12 Other Nonvascular Spinal Interventions 195
13 Imaging of Cervical Radiculopathy, Myelopathy, and Postoperative Changes 207
Index 221
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