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Deep white matter infarction: correlation of MR imaging and histopathologic findings.

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Brain MR: pathologic correlation with gross and histopathology. 2. Hyperintense white-matter foci in the elderly.

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Postmortem MR imaging of lobar cerebral infarction with pathologic and in vivo correlation.

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Periventricular lesions in the white matter on magnetic resonance imaging in the elderly. A morphometric correlation with arteriolosclerosis and dilated perivascular spaces.

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[Cerebrovascular dementia; correlation of computed and histopathologic findings].

Mitsuyama Y.

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MR of cerebral malaria.

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[Diffusion weighted MR: principles and clinical use in selected brain diseases].

Nistri M, Mascalchi M, Moretti M, Tessa C, Politi LS, Orlandi I, Pellicanò G, Villari N.

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Increased differentiation of intracranial white matter lesions by multispectral 3D-tissue segmentation: preliminary results.

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Magnetization transfer imaging of periventricular hyperintense white matter in the elderly.

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Brain MR: pathologic correlation with gross and histopathology. 1. Lacunar infarction and Virchow-Robin spaces.

Braffman BH, Zimmerman RA, Trojanowski JQ, Gonatas NK, Hickey WF, Schlaepfer WW.

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Magnetic resonance imaging and histologic findings of experimental cerebral fat embolism.

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Invest Radiol. 2003 Oct;38(10):625-34.

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Quantitative proton magnetic resonance imaging in focal cerebral ischemia in rat brain.

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Delayed encephalopathy of acute carbon monoxide intoxication: diffusivity of cerebral white matter lesions.

Kim JH, Chang KH, Song IC, Kim KH, Kwon BJ, Kim HC, Kim JH, Han MH.

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[Brain magnetic resonance imaging findings in two cases of Hunter's syndrome].

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Telangiectatic focal nodular hyperplasia: US, CT, and MR imaging findings with histopathologic correlation in 13 cases.

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Embolic cerebral infarction: MR findings in the first 3 hours after onset.

Shimosegawa E, Inugami A, Okudera T, Hatazawa J, Ogawa T, Fujita H, Toyoshima H, Uemura K.

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[Regional cerebral blood flow and periventricular hyperintensity in silent cerebral infarction--comparison with multi-infarct dementia].

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Relationship between MR imaging and histopathologic findings of the brain in extremely sick preterm infants.

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Multiple sclerosis: hyperintense lesions in the brain on T1-weighted MR images assessed by diffusion tensor imaging.

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White matter changes in elderly people: MR-pathologic correlations.

Matsusue E, Sugihara S, Fujii S, Ohama E, Kinoshita T, Ogawa T.

Magn Reson Med Sci. 2006 Jul;5(2):99-104. Review.

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