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  • Site of Origin of the Ophthalmic Artery Influences the Risk for Retinal Versus Cerebral Embolic Events. [Journal Article]
    J Neuroophthalmol 2020Rossin EJ, Gilbert AL, … Rizzo JF
  • CONCLUSIONS: We find that the mean anatomical location of the OA takeoff from the ICA is significantly more proximal in patients with MVL due to retinal ischemia compared with patients with TIA or cerebral ischemia. This finding contributes significantly to our understanding of a long observed but poorly understood phenomenon that patients with MVL are less likely to have concurrent cerebral ischemia than are patients with TIA.
  • Unilateral Fourth Nerve Palsy due to Presumed Metastatic Melanoma. [Journal Article]
    J Neuroophthalmol 2020Pasol J, Mellon EA, … Komotar RJ
  • An 81-year-old man with a history of metastatic melanoma presented with sudden onset of painless, binocular vertical diplopia. The clinical examination was consistent with a right fourth nerve palsy. An MRI of the head revealed a mass dorsal to the right tectum at the level of the inferior colliculus. An MRI just 4 months prior did not show a lesion in that location. An MRA of the head did not sh…
  • Ultrasound of glenoid labrum with MR arthrographic correlation. [Journal Article]
    J Ultrasound 2020Boppana S, Rajakulasingam R, … Botchu R
  • Ultrasound (US) is a reliable non-invasive method to image the rotator cuff tendons. Even though glenoid labral pathology is common, it is not routinely looked at as part of the shoulder ultrasound protocol. Currently, the gold standard for labral imaging remains MR arthrography. However, given the rather long waiting list and cost implications, US may be used as a modality to quickly screen the …
  • PHACE Syndrome: A Rare Case. [Case Reports]
    J Pediatr Genet 2020; 9(1):27-31Taslicay CA, Dervisoglu E, … Anik Y
  • PHACE syndrome (OMIM 606519) is a rare neurocutaneous vascular disorder, characterized by posterior fossa malformations, large cervicofacial infantile hemangiomas, arterial anomalies, aortic coarctation, cardiac abnormalities, and eye abnormalities. The long-term outcome of PHACE syndrome patients is unclear; however, it seems that they are at risk for childhood stroke. The radiologist has an imp…
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