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1.

MR of hemorrhage: a new approach.

Edelman RR, Johnson K, Buxton R, Shoukimas G, Rosen BR, Davis KR, Brady TJ.

AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 1986 Sep-Oct;7(5):751-6.

PMID:
3096097
2.

Clinical use of rapid T2 weighted partial saturation sequences in MR imaging.

Bydder GM, Payne JA, Collins AG, Thomas DG, Davis CH, Cox IJ, Ross BD, Young IR.

J Comput Assist Tomogr. 1987 Jan-Feb;11(1):17-23.

PMID:
3805409
3.

Analysis of imaging parameters, relaxation time (T1,T2), and relative proton density as they influence the signal intensity of spin echo images.

Yoshikawa K, Okada Y, Minami M, Itoh M, Aoki S, Ohtomo K, Iio M.

Radiat Med. 1985 Oct-Dec;3(4):214-24.

PMID:
2425396
4.

NMR imaging of intracranial hemorrhage.

DeLaPaz RL, New PF, Buonanno FS, Kistler JP, Oot RF, Rosen BR, Taveras JM, Brady TJ.

J Comput Assist Tomogr. 1984 Aug;8(4):599-607.

PMID:
6736357
5.

High-field MRI of hemorrhagic cortical infarction.

Hecht-Leavitt C, Gomori JM, Grossman RI, Goldberg HI, Hackney DB, Zimmerman RA, Bilaniuk LT.

AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 1986 Jul-Aug;7(4):581-5.

PMID:
3088936
6.

Subacute intracranial hemorrhage: contribution of spin density to appearance on spin-echo MR images.

Hackney DB, Atlas SW, Grossman RI, Gomori JM, Goldberg HI, Zimmerman RA, Bilaniuk LT.

Radiology. 1987 Oct;165(1):199-202.

PMID:
3628771
7.

The role of intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging for the detection of hemorrhagic complications during surgery for intracerebral lesions an experimental approach.

Rohde V, Rohde I, Thiex R, K√ľker W, Ince A, Gilsbach JM.

Surg Neurol. 2001 Oct;56(4):266-74; discussion 274-5.

PMID:
11738682
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Contrast enhancement of intracranial lesions: conventional T1-weighted spin-echo versus fast spin-echo MR imaging techniques.

Sugahara T, Korogi Y, Ge Y, Shigematsu Y, Liang L, Yoshizumi K, Kitajima M, Takahashi M.

AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 1999 Sep;20(8):1554-9.

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Detection and appearance of intraparenchymal haematomas of the brain at 1.5 T with spin-echo, FLAIR and GE sequences: poor relationship to the age of the haematoma.

Alemany Ripoll M, Stenborg A, Sonninen P, Terent A, Raininko R.

Neuroradiology. 2004 Jun;46(6):435-43. Epub 2004 May 11.

PMID:
15138744
12.

Intracranial hematomas studied by MR imaging at 0.17 and 0.02 T.

Sipponen JT, Sepponen RE, Tanttu JI, Sivula A.

J Comput Assist Tomogr. 1985 Jul-Aug;9(4):698-704.

PMID:
4019827
13.

The role of ferritin and hemosiderin in the MR appearance of cerebral hemorrhage: a histopathologic biochemical study in rats.

Thulborn KR, Sorensen AG, Kowall NW, McKee A, Lai A, McKinstry RC, Moore J, Rosen BR, Brady TJ.

AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 1990 Mar-Apr;11(2):291-7.

PMID:
1690500
14.

Inversion-recovery echo-planar MR in adult brain neoplasia.

Sheppard S, Davis PC, Kater G, Peterson JE.

AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 1998 Feb;19(2):267-73.

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MR imaging of hemorrhagic conditions of the head and neck.

Grossman RI, Gomori JM, Goldberg HI, Hackney DB, Atlas SW, Kemp SS, Zimmerman RA, Bilaniuk LT.

Radiographics. 1988 May;8(3):441-54.

PMID:
3380990
17.

Contrast in rapid MR imaging: T1- and T2-weighted imaging.

Buxton RB, Edelman RR, Rosen BR, Wismer GL, Brady TJ.

J Comput Assist Tomogr. 1987 Jan-Feb;11(1):7-16.

PMID:
3805431
18.

[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.

Radiol Med. 2000 Dec;100(6):470-9. Italian.

PMID:
11307509
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Increased signal intensity of T1-weighted MR image of physiologic intracranial calcifications.

Michael AS, Paige ML.

Comput Med Imaging Graph. 1991 Sep-Oct;15(5):351-3.

PMID:
1756453

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