MRI of the Newborn, Part I, An Issue of Magnetic Resonance Imaging ClinicsBy
- Thierry Huisman, MD, Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
- Claudia Hillenbrand, PhD, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, TN
Topics include: MRI of the preterm and term neonate with hypoxic ischemic injury; MRI of neonatal infections; MRI of neonatal stroke; Neonates with seizures: What to consider, How to image?; Metabolic diseases of the newborn; Fetal MRI: Imaging versus imagining?; Postmortum MRI: An alternative to autopsy?; MRI of spinal dysraphia: What to consider?; Diffusion Tensor Imaging of the neonatal spinal cord; How to prepare and care for a critical sick neonate in a MRI environment; Functional (BOLD) imaging of the newborn; Advanced functional MRI; Dedicated MR antennae for neonatal imaging; Shaken infant syndrome/ Imaging of child abuse; Congenital Cardiac Defects and MR guided planning of surgery; Congenital Cardiovascular Malformation: Non-invasive imaging; MR guided cardiovascular interventions in noenates and infants; Musculoskeletal imaging of the newborn.
The Clinics: Radiology
Published: February 2012