The agreement between magnetic resonance imaging and arthroscopic findings in temporomandibular joint KU Leuven
Postmortem fetal imaging UZBrussel
Objective: To compare the diagnostic rate and accuracy of 3-Tesla (T) postmortem magnetic resonance imaging (PM-MRI) and postmortem ultrasound (PM-US) in an unselected fetal population. Methods: We performed prospectively, in a blinded manner, 3-T PM-MRI and PM-US on 160 unselected fetuses at 13–41 weeks of gestation. All imaging was reported according to a prespecified template, for five anatomical regions: brain, thorax, heart, abdomen and ...
Learning effect on perinatal post-mortem magnetic resonance imaging reporting Vrije Universiteit Brussel
OBJECTIVE: The objective of the study is to compare diagnostic accuracy of perinatal post-mortem magnetic resonance (PMMR) imaging against conventional autopsy, when reported by a single-blinded observer for all organ systems following a period of initial experience.
METHODS: We compared pre-autopsy PMMR with conventional autopsy for the detection of (1) major pathological abnormalities related to the cause of death and (2) all ...