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Evaluating patients with renal failure for renal artery stenosis with gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance
Gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI) of the brain demonstrated rim enhancement of the cerebellar lesion and associated central hyperintensity on diffusion-weighted imaging; these findings were consistent with an abscess (figure 2).
Currently, 3-dimensional gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance
angiography (3D Gd-MRA) is the best technique to evaluate the peripancreatic vessels by MRI, especially in patients with pancreatic neoplasm, to exclude arterial or venous invasion and to diagnose anatomical vascular abnormalities or variants.
The wide availability of gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI-Gd) has led to the discovery of an increasing number of small and less symptomatic acoustic neuromas in elderly patients.
The otolaryngologist also ordered computed tomography (CT) of the neck and gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI) of the head.
The diagnosis can be made by brainstem auditory evoked potentials and by gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance