Conventional and Advanced Imaging of Spine Oncologic Disease, Nonoperative Post-treatment Effects, and Unique Spinal Conditions
In this review, we discuss the imaging features of diseases and conditions ranging from neoplastic to nonoperative post-treatment effects to unique conditions of the spine. Additionally, advanced imaging may increase diagnostic certainty in cases where conventional imaging characteristics of benign lesions and malignant pathology are variable.
Medical Subject Headings
Humans; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (methods); Spinal Diseases (diagnostic imaging, pathology, therapy); Spinal Neoplasms (diagnostic imaging, therapy); Spine (diagnostic imaging, pathology); Treatment Outcome
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Chokshi, Falgun H.; Law, Meng; and Gibbs, Wende N., "Conventional and Advanced Imaging of Spine Oncologic Disease, Nonoperative Post-treatment Effects, and Unique Spinal Conditions" (2018). Neuroradiology. 14.