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Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Perfusion-Weighted Imaging (DCE PWI) “permeability” MRI

Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Perfusion-Weighted Imaging (DCE PWI) “permeability” MRI

Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Perfusion-Weighted Imaging (DCE PWI), also widely referred to as “permeability” MRI, is based on the acquisition of serial T1-weighted images before, during, and after the administration of gadolinium-based contrast agent. The resulting signal intensity – time curve reflects a composite of tissue perfusion, vessel permeability, and extravascular-extracellular space.In contrast with conventional contrast-enhanced MRI, …

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Tip is on the distal attachment of the Superficial MCL

Tip is on the distal attachment of the Superficial MCL

Tip is on the distal attachment of the Superficial MCL. 2 Important features1. The sMCL has two attachments to the tibia. The more distal attachment is stronger but is often not visualised on the coronal scans because of the FOV.2. If you cant directly see the distal attachment, clues to it being torn are oedema …

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