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Important Research » Diagnosis & Imaging » Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Assessing Spinal Ligamentous Status with MRI

Axial Loading During CT, MRI Improves Diagnosis

Classifying Spondylolysis with MRI Reliable

CT Myelography vs. MRI

Evaluating Disc Degeneration: Quantitative Discomanometry vs. MRI

Identifying Degenerative Changes in the Cervical Spine as Individuals Age

Imaging the Craniovertebral Junction with Open MRI

Kinematic MRI Views Physiologic Changes in Spinal Cord

Limited Association between Patient Symptoms and MRI Findings

Lumbar Spine Lesions Detected by MRI: Which Ones Matter?

MRI Able to Detect Changes in Disc Fluid Content

MRI Analysis of Patients with Diastrophic Dysplasia

MRI and Sciatica: Disc Herniation Size Doesn't Matter

MRI Imaging as an Indicator of Lumbar Disc Degeneration

MRI More Effective than Diagnostic Arthroscopy

MRI Unable to Detect Certain Thoracic Lesions?

MRI vs. Radiography: Assessing Disc Degeneration and Cervical Instability


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