myelography


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Related to myelography: lumbar puncture, hysterosalpingography, angiography, cisternography
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roentgenography of the spinal cord to detect possible lesions (usually after injection of a contrast medium into the subarachnoid space)

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Decrease in size of extradural defects can be ascertained with myelography [8], and also spontaneous resolution of disc hernias can be directly indicated with the use of computerized tomography.
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We avoided the practice of lumbar puncture and computed tomography myelography, but performed EBP in the lumbar region because evidence supports this as an effective procedure in cases where the clinical manifestations and brain MRI are typical of SIH.
In the past, when myelography was accepted as the imaging modality of choice in the diagnosis of a radiculopathy, neurophysiological investigations were important in selecting patients for whom the small risks of contrast myelography were worth taking.
This relatively small difference may be explained by radiographic magnification as well as potential gravitational effects during myelography.
In the first section on diagnostic tests and imaging, evidence is presented and recommendations are made for the use of historical and physical examination findings, radiographs, MRI, myelography, and CT scans to diagnose degenerative lumbar spondylolisthesis.
These procedures include arthroscopy, biopsy of the liver, biopsy of the prostate, cataract removal, central venous catheterization, colonoscopy, debridement of skin and other tissues, upper gastrointestinal endoscopy, laparoscopic cholecystectomy, laparoscopic occlusion and fulguration of oviducts, spinal injection for myelography and/or computed tomography, and repair of inguinal hernia.
Tuberculous arachnoiditis of the spine: findings on myelography, CT and MR imaging.
Michel and Brusis described 9 patients who experienced hearing loss after undergoing myelography, lumbar puncture, and spinal anesthesia.
Their diagnosis requires spinal imaging by either CT myelography or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Meningoencephalopathy following iopamidol myelography.
This resource provides quick access to the most vital aspects of neuroradiology, such as protocols for CT, MRI, myelography and neuroangiography and guidelines for drugs used in neuroimaging.