Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI) is a method which enables analysis of blood vessels.
There is a growing body of knowledge supporting the use of dynamic, upright MRI to study a variety of medical conditions. Often this research shows that dynamic, upright MRI reveals clinically significant pathology which cannot be seen with conventional MRI.
Upright, Weight-bearing, Dynamic-kinetic Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Spine: PMRI/KMRI
by JR Jinkins, JS Dworkin.
Upright, Weight-bearing, Dynamic-kinetic Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Spine — Review of the First Clinical Results
by JR Jinkins, JS Dworkin, CA Green, JF Greenhalgh, M Gianni, M Gelbien, RB Wolf, J Damadian, & RV Damadian.
Positional MR Imaging of the Lumbar Spine: Does It Demonstrate Nerve Root Compromise Not Visible at Conventional MR Imaging?
by D Weishaupt, MR Schmidt, M Zanetti, N Boos, B Romanowski, RO Kissling, J Dvorak, & J Hodler.
Dynamic MR Imaging of Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Spectrum of Abnormalities
by HK Pannu, HS Kaufman, GW Cundiff, R Genadry, DA Bluemke, & EK Fishman.
The Response of the Nucleus Pulposus of the Lumbar Intervertebral Discs to Functionally Loaded Positions
by LA Alexander, E Hancock, L Agouris, FW Smith, & A MacSween.
Chiari I Malformation Redefined: Clinical and Radiographic Findings for 364 Symptomatic Patients
by TH Milhorat, MW Chou, EM Trinidad, RW Kula, M Mandell, C Wolpert, & MC Speer.
Upright, Weight-Bearing, Dynamic-Kinetic MRI of the Spine
by JR Jinkins & JS Dworkin.
Grading Pelvic Prolapse and Pelvic Floor Relaxation Using Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Imaging
by CV Comiter, SP Vasavada, ZL Barbaric, AE Gousse & S Raz.
Spinal Restabilization Procedures: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Aspects of Intervertebral Fusion Cages, Artificial Discs and Mobile Implants
by DL Kaech & JR Jinkins (Editors)