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    1. Kesler, SR; Hopkins, RO; Weaver, LK; Blatter, DD; Edge-Booth, H; Bigler, ED
      Verbal memory deficits associated with fornix atrophy in carbon monoxide poisoning

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    2. Sailer, M; Losseff, NA; Wang, L; Gawne-Cain, ML; Thompson, AJ; Miller, DH
      T1 lesion load and cerebral atrophy as a marker for clinical progression in patients with multiple sclerosis. A prospective 18 months follow-up study

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    3. Salmenpera, T; Kalviainen, R; Partanen, K; Pitkanen, A
      Hippocampal and amygdaloid damage in partial epilepsy - A cross-sectional MRI study of 241 patients

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    4. Clark, CA; Hedehus, M; Moseley, ME
      Diffusion time dependence of the apparent diffusion tensor in healthy human brain and white matter disease

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    5. Clare, S; Jezzard, P
      Rapid T-1 mapping using multislice echo planar imaging

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    6. Jutila, L; Ylinen, A; Partanen, K; Alafuzoff, I; Mervaala, E; Partanen, J; Vapalahti, M; Vainio, P; Pitkanen, A
      MR volumetry of the entorhinal, perirhinal, and temporopolar cortices in drug-refractory temporal lobe epilepsy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NEURORADIOLOGY
    7. Fuerst, D; Shah, J; Kupsky, WJ; Johnson, R; Shah, A; Hayman-Abello, B; Ergh, T; Poore, Q; Canady, A; Watson, C
      Volumetric MRI, pathological, and neuropsychological progression in hippocampal sclerosis

      NEUROLOGY
    8. Mohamed, A; Wyllie, E; Ruggieri, P; Kotagal, P; Babb, T; Hilbig, A; Wylie, C; Ying, Z; Staugaitis, S; Najm, I; Bulacio, J; Foldvary, N; Luders, H; Bingaman, W
      Temporal lobe epilepsy due to hippocampal sclerosis in pediatric candidates for epilepsy surgery

      NEUROLOGY
    9. Lin, X; Blumhardt, LD
      Inflammation and atrophy in multiple sclerosis: MRI associations with disease course

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    10. Van Paesschen, W; King, MD; Duncan, JS; Connelly, A
      The amygdala and temporal lobe simple partial seizures: A prospective and quantitative MRI study

      EPILEPSIA
    11. McIntosh, AM; Wilson, SJ; Berkovic, SF
      Seizure outcome after temporal lobectomy: Current research practice and findings

      EPILEPSIA
    12. Cascino, GD
      Advances in neuroimaging: Surgical localization

      EPILEPSIA
    13. Doherty, CP; Cole, AJ
      The requirement for ictal EEG recordings prior co temporal lobe epilepsy surgery

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    14. Schreiber, K; Sorensen, PS; Koch-Henriksen, N; Wagner, A; Blinkenberg, M; Svarer, C; Petersen, HC
      Correlations of brain MRI parameters to disability in multiple sclerosis

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    15. Cambier, DM; Cascino, GD; So, EL; Marsh, WR
      Video-EEG monitoring in patients with hippocampal atrophy

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    16. Ifthikharuddin, SF; Shrier, DA; Numaguchi, Y; Tang, XY; Ning, RL; Shibata, DK; Kurlan, R
      MR volumetric analysis of the human basal ganglia: Normative data

      ACADEMIC RADIOLOGY
    17. Pruessner, JC; Li, LM; Serles, W; Pruessner, M; Collins, DL; Kabani, N; Lupien, S; Evans, AC
      Volumetry of hippocampus and amygdala with high-resolution MRI and three-dimensional analysis software: Minimizing the discrepancies between laboratories

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    18. Lemaire, L; Franconi, F; Saint-Andre, JP; Roullin, VG; Jallet, P; Le Jeune, JJ
      High-field quantitative transverse relaxation time, magnetization transferand apparent water diffusion in experimental rat brain tumour

      NMR IN BIOMEDICINE
    19. Salmenpera, T; Kalviainen, R; Partanen, K; Mervaala, E; Pitkanen, A
      MRI volumetry of the hippocampus, amygdala, entorhinal cortex, and perirhinal cortex after status epilepticus

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    20. Stanisz, GJ; Henkelman, RM
      Gd-DTPA relaxivity depends on macromolecular content

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    21. Helms, G; Stawiarz, L; Kivisakk, P; Link, H
      Regression analysis of metabolite concentrations estimated from localized proton MR spectra of active and chronic multiple sclerosis lesions

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    22. Bonny, JM; Laurent, W; Renou, JP
      Detection of susceptibility effects using simultaneous T-2* and magnetic field mapping

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    23. Bjornaes, I; Lyng, H; Dahle, GA; Kaalhus, O; Rofstad, EK
      Intratumor heterogeneity in perfusion in human melanoma xenografts measured by contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    24. Bjornaes, I; Halsor, EF; Skretting, A; Rofstad, EK
      Measurement of the extracellular volume of human melanoma xenografts by contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    25. Klingenberg, M; Bohris, C; Niemz, MH; Bille, JF; Kurek, R; Wallwiener, D
      Multifibre application in laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy under on-line MR control

      LASERS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE
    26. Reiche, W; Merkelbach, S; Reith, W
      Neuroradiological aspects of multiple sclerosis

      RADIOLOGE
    27. Nusbaum, AO; Tang, CY; Wei, TC; Buchsbaum, MS; Atlas, SW
      Whole-brain diffusion MR histograms differ between MS subtypes

      NEUROLOGY
    28. McKhann, GM; Schoenfeld-McNeill, J; Born, DE; Haglund, MM; Ojemann, GA
      Intraoperative hippocampal electrocorticography to predict the extent of hippocampal resection in temporal lobe epilepsy surgery

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    29. Bouilleret, V; Nehlig, A; Marescaux, C; Namer, IJ
      Magnetic resonance imaging follow-up of progressive hippocampal changes ina mouse model of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    30. Lawson, JA; Vogrin, S; Bleasel, AF; Cook, MJ; Burns, L; McAnally, L; Pereira, J; Bye, AME
      Predictors of hippocampal, cerebral, and cerebellar volume reduction in childhood epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    31. Lawson, JA; Vogrin, S; Bleasel, AF; Cook, MJ; Bye, AME
      Cerebral and cerebellar volume reduction in children with intractable epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    32. Bitsch, A; Schuchardt, J; Bunkowski, S; Kuhlmann, T; Bruck, W
      Acute axonal injury in multiple sclerosis - Correlation with demyelinationand inflammation

      BRAIN
    33. Cendes, F; Li, LM; Watson, C; Andermann, F; Dubeau, F; Arnold, DL
      Is ictal recording mandatory in temporal lobe epilepsy? Not when the interictal electroencephalogram and hippocampal atrophy coincide

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    34. Sullivan, EV; Deshmukh, A; Desmond, JE; Mathalon, DH; Rosenbloom, MJ; Lim, KO; Pfefferbaum, A
      Contribution of alcohol abuse to cerebellar volume deficits in men with schizophrenia

      ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY
    35. De Bellis, MD; Clark, DB; Beers, SR; Soloff, PH; Boring, AM; Hall, J; Kersh, A; Keshavan, MS
      Hippocampal volume in adolescent-onset alcohol use disorders

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    36. Sa, MJ; Madeira, MD; Ruela, C; Volk, B; Mota-Miranda, A; Lecour, H; Goncalves, V; Paula-Barbosa, MM
      AIDS does not alter the total number of neurons in the hippocampal formation but induces cell atrophy: a stereological study

      ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA
    37. Filippi, M; Tortorella, C; Bozzali, M
      Normal-appearing white matter changes in multiple sclerosis: the contribution of magnetic resonance techniques

      MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
    38. Son, YJ; Chung, CK; Lee, SK; Chang, KH; Lee, DS; Yi, YN; Kim, HJ
      Comparison of localizing values of various diagnostic tests in non-lesional medial temporal lobe epilepsy

      SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY
    39. Szabo, CA; Wyllie, E; Siavalas, EL; Najm, I; Ruggieri, P; Kotagal, P; Luders, H
      Hippocampal volumetry in children 6 years or younger: assessment of children with and without complex febrile seizures

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    40. Grune, M; van Dorsten, FA; Schwindt, W; Olah, L; Hoehn, M
      Quantitative T-2* and T-2 ' maps during reversible focal cerebral ischemiain rats: Separation of blood oxygenation from nonsusceptibility-based contributions

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    41. Stanisz, GJ; Kecojevic, A; Bronskill, MJ; Henkelman, RM
      Characterizing white matter with magnetization transfer and T-2

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    42. Kahler, E; Waller, C; Rommel, E; Belle, V; Hiller, KH; Voll, S; Bauer, WR; Haase, A
      Perfusion-corrected mapping of cardiac regional blood volume in rats in vivo

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    43. Ferrier, JC; Barantin, L; Saliba, E; Akoka, S; Tranquart, F; Sirinelli, D; Pourcelot, L
      MR assessment of the brain maturation during the perinatal period: Quantitative T-2 MR study in premature newborns

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    44. Steen, RG; Langston, JW; Ogg, RJ; Xiong, XP; Ye, ZZ; Wang, WC
      Diffuse t(1) reduction in gray matter of sickle cell disease patients: Evidence of selective vulnerability to damage?

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    45. Olsen, G; Lyng, H; Tufto, I; Solberg, K; Bjornaes, I; Rofstad, EK
      Measurement of proliferation activity in human melanoma xenografts by magnetic resonance imaging

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    46. Steen, RG; Reddick, WE; Ogg, RJ; Langston, JW
      Effect of a gadodiamide contrast agent on the reliability of brain tissue T-1 measurements

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    47. Grimaud, J; Barker, GJ; Wang, L; Lai, M; MacManus, DG; Webb, SL; Thompson, AJ; McDonald, WI; Tofts, PS; Miller, DH
      Correlation of magnetic resonance imaging parameters with clinical disability in multiple sclerosis: a preliminary study

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    48. Bjartmar, C; Yin, XH; Trapp, BD
      Axonal pathology in myelin disorders

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCYTOLOGY
    49. Paolillo, A; Coles, AJ; Molyneux, PD; Gawne-Cain, M; MacManus, D; Barker, GJ; Compston, DAS; Miller, DH
      Quantitative MRI in patients with secondary progressive MS treated with monoclonal antibody Campath 1H

      NEUROLOGY
    50. Theodore, WH; Bhatia, S; Hatta, J; Fazilat, S; DeCarli, C; Bookheimer, SY; Gaillard, WD
      Hippocampal atrophy, epilepsy duration, and febrile seizures in patients with partial seizures

      NEUROLOGY
    51. Dedieu, V; Finat-Duclos, F; Renou, JP; Joffre, F; Vincensini, D
      In vivo tissue extracellular volume fraction measurement by dynamic spin-lattice MRI relaxometry - Application to the characterization of muscle fiber types

      INVESTIGATIVE RADIOLOGY
    52. Pfluger, T; Weil, S; Weis, S; Vollmar, C; Heiss, D; Egger, J; Scheck, R; Hahn, K
      Normative volumetric data of the developing hippocampus in children based on magnetic resonance imaging

      EPILEPSIA
    53. Jeong, SW; Lee, SK; Kim, K; Kim, H; Kim, JY; Chung, CK
      Prognostic factors in anterior temporal lobe resections for mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: Multivariate analysis

      EPILEPSIA
    54. Lundberg, S; Eeg-Olofsson, O; Raininko, R; Eeg-Olofsson, KE
      Hippocampal asymmetries and white matter abnormalities on MRI in benign childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes

      EPILEPSIA
    55. Namer, IJ; Bolo, NR; Sellal, F; Nguyen, VH; Nedelec, JF; Hirsch, E; Marescaux, C
      Combined measurements of hippocampal N-acetyl-aspartate and T-2 relaxationtime in the evaluation of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: Correlation with clinical severity and memory performances

      EPILEPSIA
    56. VANPAESSCHEN W; DUNCAN JS; CONNELLY A
      A COMPARISON OF THE NEUROPATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF VIGABATRIN AND CARBAMAZEPINE IN PATIENTS WITH NEWLY-DIAGNOSED LOCALIZATION-RELATED EPILEPSY USING MIR-BASED CEREBRAL T2 RELAXATION-TIME MEASUREMENTS

      Epilepsy research
    57. CASCINO GD
      NEUROIMAGING IN PARTIAL EPILEPSY - STRUCTURAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Journal of epilepsy
    58. KAHLER E; WALLER C; ROMMEL E; HILLER KH; VOLL S; BROICH A; HU K; SCHNACKERZ KD; BAUER WR; ERTL G; HAASE A
      QUANTITATIVE REGIONAL BLOOD-VOLUME STUDIES IN RAT MYOCARDIUM IN-VIVO

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    59. KRINGS T; CHIAPPA KH; CUFFIN BN; BUCHBINDER BR; COSGROVE GR
      ACCURACY OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC DIPOLE LOCALIZATION OF EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH FOCAL BRAIN-LESIONS

      Annals of neurology
    60. FILIPPI M; ROCCA MA; HORSFIELD MA; ROVARIS M; PEREIRA C; YOUSRY TA; COLOMBO B; COMI G
      INCREASED SPATIAL-RESOLUTION USING A 3-DIMENSIONAL T1-WEIGHTED GRADIENT-ECHO MR SEQUENCE RESULTS IN GREATER HYPOINTENSE LESION VOLUMES IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      American journal of neuroradiology
    61. LEE DH; GAO FQ; ROGERS JM; GULKA I; MACKENZIE IRA; PARRENT AG; KUBU CS; MUNOZ DG; MCLACHLAN RS; BLUME WT; GIRVIN JP
      MR IN TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY - ANALYSIS WITH PATHOLOGICAL CONFIRMATION

      American journal of neuroradiology
    62. RADHAKRISHNAN K; SO EL; SILBERT PL; JACK CR; CASCINO GD; SHARBROUGH FW; OBRIEN PC
      PREDICTORS OF OUTCOME OF ANTERIOR TEMPORAL LOBECTOMY FOR INTRACTABLE EPILEPSY - A MULTIVARIATE STUDY

      Neurology
    63. Goodkin, DE; Rooney, WD; Sloan, R; Bacchetti, P; Gee, L; Vermathen, M; Waubant, E; Abundo, M; Majumdar, S; Nelson, S; Weiner, MW
      A serial study of new MS lesions and the white matter from which they arise

      NEUROLOGY
    64. PATY DW; MCFARLAND H
      MAGNETIC-RESONANCE TECHNIQUES TO MONITOR THE LONG-TERM EVOLUTION OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS PATHOLOGY AND TO MONITOR DEFINITIVE CLINICAL-TRIALS

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    65. FILIPPI M
      THE ROLE OF NONCONVENTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE TECHNIQUES IN MONITORING EVOLUTION OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    66. ARNOLD DL; WOLINSKY JS; MATTHEWS PM; FALINI A
      THE USE OF MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY IN THE EVALUATION OF THE NATURAL-HISTORY OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    67. SAWRIE SM; MARTIN RC; GILLIAM FG; ROTH DL; FAUGHT E; KUZNIECKY R
      CONTRIBUTION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DATA TO THE PREDICTION OF TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY SURGERY OUTCOME

      Epilepsia
    68. DESTEFANO N; MATTHEWS PM; FU LQ; NARAYANAN S; STANLEY J; FRANCIS GS; ANTEL JP; ARNOLD DL
      AXONAL DAMAGE CORRELATES WITH DISABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH RELAPSING-REMITTING MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS - RESULTS OF A LONGITUDINAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY STUDY

      Brain (Print)
    69. SIMON JH
      CONTRAST-ENHANCED MR-IMAGING IN THE EVALUATION OF TREATMENT RESPONSE AND PREDICTION OF OUTCOME IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of magnetic resonance imaging
    70. THATCHER RW; CAMACHO M; SALAZAR A; LINDEN C; BIVER C; CLARKE L
      QUANTITATIVE MRI OF THE GRAY-WHITE MATTER DISTRIBUTION IN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Journal of neurotrauma
    71. CHO S; JONES D; REDDICK WE; OGG RJ; STEEN RG
      ESTABLISHING NORMS FOR AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN PROTON T-1 OF HUMAN BRAIN-TISSUE IN-VIVO

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    72. CENDES F; CARAMANOS Z; ANDERMANN F; DUBEAU F; ARNOLD DL
      PROTON MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPIC IMAGING AND MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING VOLUMETRY IN THE LATERALIZATION OF TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY - A SERIES OF 100 PATIENTS

      Annals of neurology
    73. NARAYANAN S; FU L; PIORO E; DESTEFANO N; COLLINS DL; FRANCIS GS; ANTEL JP; MATTHEWS PM; ARNOLD DL
      IMAGING OF AXONAL DAMAGE IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS - SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTIONOF MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING LESIONS

      Annals of neurology
    74. KIDD D; BARKER GJ; TOFTS PS; GASS A; THOMPSON AJ; MCDONALD WI; MILLER DH
      THE TRANSVERSE MAGNETIZATION DECAY CHARACTERISTICS OF LONGSTANDING LESIONS AND NORMAL-APPEARING WHITE-MATTER IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of neurology
    75. MARSH L; MORRELL MJ; SHEAR PK; SULLIVAN EV; FREEMAN H; MARIE A; LIM KO; PFEFFERBAUM A
      CORTICAL AND HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUME DEFICITS IN TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    76. GILLIAM F; BOWLING S; BILIR E; THOMAS J; FAUGHT E; MORAWETZ R; PALMER C; HUGG J; KUZNIECKY R
      ASSOCIATION OF COMBINED MRI, INTERICAL EEG, AND ICTAL EEG RESULTS WITH OUTCOME AND PATHOLOGY AFTER TEMPORAL LOBECTOMY

      Epilepsia
    77. FERGUSON B; MATYSZAK MK; ESIRI MM; PERRY VH
      AXONAL DAMAGE IN ACUTE MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS LESIONS

      Brain
    78. WATSON C; JACK CR; CENDES F
      VOLUMETRIC MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING - CLINICAL-APPLICATIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE UNDERSTANDING OF TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Archives of neurology
    79. KING D; SPENCER SS; BOUTHILLIER A; KIM J; DELANEROLLE N; BRONEN RA; MCCARTHY G; LUBY M; SPENCER DD
      MEDIAL TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY WITHOUT HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY

      Journal of epilepsy
    80. FILIPPI M; ROVARIS M; COMI G
      MAGNETIC-RESONANCE IN MONITORING THE NATURAL-HISTORY OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS AND THE EFFECTS OF TREATMENT

      Italian journal of neurological sciences
    81. ARRUDA F; CENDES F; ANDERMANN F; DUBEAU F; VILLEMURE JG; JONESGOTMAN M; POULIN N; ARNOLD DL; OLIVIER A
      MESIAL ATROPHY AND OUTCOME AFTER AMYGDALOHIPPOCAMPECTOMY OR TEMPORAL-LOBE REMOVAL

      Annals of neurology
    82. FILIPPI M; CAMPI A; COLOMBO B; PEREIRA C; MARTINELLI V; BARATTI C; COMI G
      A SPINAL-CORD MRI STUDY OF BENIGN AND SECONDARY PROGRESSIVE MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of neurology
    83. MITCHELL JR; KARLIK SJ; LEE DH; ELIASZIW M; RICE GP; FENSTER A
      THE VARIABILITY OF MANUAL AND COMPUTER-ASSISTED QUANTIFICATION OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS LESION VOLUMES

      Medical physics
    84. LAMOUREUX D; SPENCER SS
      EPILEPSY SURGERY IN ADULTS

      Current opinion in neurology
    85. CASCINO GD
      STRUCTURAL NEUROIMAGING IN PARTIAL EPILEPSY - MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Neurosurgery clinics of North America
    86. EIS M; ELS T; HOEHNBERLAGE M
      HIGH-RESOLUTION QUANTITATIVE RELAXATION AND DIFFUSION MRI OF 3 DIFFERENT EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN-TUMORS IN RAT

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    87. JACK CR; THEODORE WH; COOK M; MCCARTHY G
      MRI-BASED HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUMETRICS - DATA-ACQUISITION, NORMAL RANGES, AND OPTIMAL PROTOCOL

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    88. PAPAKONSTANTINOU OG; MARIS TG; KOSTARIDOU V; GOULIAMOS AD; KOUTOULAS GK; KALOVIDOURIS AE; PAPAVASSILIOU GB; KORDAS G; KATTAMIS C; VLAHOS LJ; PAPAVASSILIOU CG
      ASSESSMENT OF LIVER IRON OVERLOAD BY T2-QUANTITATIVE MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING - CORRELATION OF T2-QMRI MEASUREMENTS WITH SERUM FERRITIN CONCENTRATION AND HISTOLOGIC GRADING OF SIDEROSIS

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    89. JAKOBSEN I; LYNG H; KAALHUS O; ROFSTAD EK
      MRI OF HUMAN TUMOR XENOGRAFTS IN-VIVO - PROTON RELAXATION-TIMES AND EXTRACELLULAR TUMOR VOLUME

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    90. JACK CR; TRENERRY MR; CASCINO GD; SHARBROUGH FW; SO EL; OBRIEN PC
      BILATERALLY SYMMETRICAL HIPPOCAMPI AND SURGICAL OUTCOME

      Neurology
    91. KING D; SPENCER SS; MCCARTHY G; LUBY M; SPENCER DD
      BILATERAL HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY IN MEDIAL TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    92. FILIPPI M; BARKER GJ; HORSFIELD MA; SACARES PR; MACMANUS DG; THOMPSON AJ; TOFTS PS; MCDONALD WI; MILLER DH
      BENIGN AND SECONDARY PROGRESSIVE MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS - A PRELIMINARY QUANTITATIVE MRI STUDY

      Journal of neurology
    93. CARTER JL; NOSEWORTHY JH
      VENTILATORY DYSFUNCTION IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Clinics in chest medicine
    94. BIEGON A; EBERLING JL; RICHARDSON BC; ROOS MS; WONG STS; REED BR; JAGUST WJ
      HUMAN CORPUS-CALLOSUM IN AGING AND ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - A MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING STUDY

      Neurobiology of aging
    95. MARTINEZ M; SANTAMARIA J; MERCADER JM; CATAFAU A; CARDENAL C; LOMENA F
      CORRELATION OF MRI HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUME ANALYSIS, VIDEO EEG MONITORING AND INTERICTAL AND POSTICTAL SINGLE-PHOTON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY IN REFRACTORY FOCAL EPILEPSY

      Neuroradiology
    96. JACK CR
      MRI-BASED HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUME MEASUREMENTS IN EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    97. GOODKIN DE; RUDICK RA; ROSS JS
      THE USE OF BRAIN MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Archives of neurology
    98. DEFER G; CESARO P; DEGOS JD
      CORTICOSTEROIDS AND MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Annales de medecine interne
    99. SCHWARZBAUER C; SYHA J; HAASE A
      QUANTIFICATION OF REGIONAL BLOOD VOLUMES BY RAPID T1 MAPPING

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    100. MILLER AJ; JOSEPH PM
      THE USE OF POWER IMAGES TO PERFORM QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS ON LOW SNR MR-IMAGES

      Magnetic resonance imaging


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