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Manifestations of spine infections for RMN; Manifestaciones de infecciones de columna por RMN

Journal Article:

Abstract

Instead of demonstrate the utility and benefits of MRI imaging in infectious processes of the spine, 8 patients with lumbar pain affected by spondilodiscitis were studied. T1 SE, T2, SE with and without fat sat and proton density imaging was performed, axial; sagittal and coronal views were obtained. Contrast media was used in 1 Patient. hypointense lesions in T1 and hyperintense lesions in T2 compatible with esponsilodiscitis were observed in every patient. Images with great anatomic detail of bone and soft tissue structures were obtained. MRI is an alternative diagnostic method with multiplanar images and excellent contrast that permits a precise diagnosis in any of the stages of infectious processes of the spine.
Publication Date:
Dec 01, 1998
Product Type:
Journal Article
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Revista Colombiana de Radiologia; Journal Volume: 9; Journal Issue: 4
Subject:
62 RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE; BONE TISSUES; COLOMBIA; IMAGES; INFECTIOUS DISEASES; MAGNETIC RESONANCE; PAIN; SKELETON; SPINAL CORD; SPONDYLITIS; VERTEBRAE
OSTI ID:
20672473
Country of Origin:
Colombia
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0121-2095; TRN: CO0500240109357
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
page(s) 456-459
Announcement Date:
Dec 21, 2005

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Citation Formats

Mejia, Mauricio, and Valencia, Alexandra. Manifestations of spine infections for RMN; Manifestaciones de infecciones de columna por RMN. Colombia: N. p., 1998. Web.
Mejia, Mauricio, & Valencia, Alexandra. Manifestations of spine infections for RMN; Manifestaciones de infecciones de columna por RMN. Colombia.
Mejia, Mauricio, and Valencia, Alexandra. 1998. "Manifestations of spine infections for RMN; Manifestaciones de infecciones de columna por RMN." Colombia.
@misc{etde_20672473,
title = {Manifestations of spine infections for RMN; Manifestaciones de infecciones de columna por RMN}
author = {Mejia, Mauricio, and Valencia, Alexandra}
abstractNote = {Instead of demonstrate the utility and benefits of MRI imaging in infectious processes of the spine, 8 patients with lumbar pain affected by spondilodiscitis were studied. T1 SE, T2, SE with and without fat sat and proton density imaging was performed, axial; sagittal and coronal views were obtained. Contrast media was used in 1 Patient. hypointense lesions in T1 and hyperintense lesions in T2 compatible with esponsilodiscitis were observed in every patient. Images with great anatomic detail of bone and soft tissue structures were obtained. MRI is an alternative diagnostic method with multiplanar images and excellent contrast that permits a precise diagnosis in any of the stages of infectious processes of the spine.}
journal = {Revista Colombiana de Radiologia}
issue = {4}
volume = {9}
place = {Colombia}
year = {1998}
month = {Dec}
}