Brain Perfusion: How & Why
Nader Binesh, Ph.D.; et al.
Department of Imaging, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA | 2012-03-22
Pathologic perfusion is sometimes the reason and often the consequence of brain pathologies. Evaluation of perfusion with dynamic susceptibility-weighted imaging is a well understood and established method to evaluate these changes. In this “How I do it” article, Binesh et al. (Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles) show step-by-step how they apply this method and present four case reports illustrating the usefulness of perfusion imaging in clinical practice.
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