Clinical application of magnetic resonance spectroscopy in neuroradiology
L. Penev, G. Georgieva-Kosarova, M. Al-Amin
Abstract. Magnetic resonance (MR) spectroscopy receives relatively little attention from specialists in diagnostic imaging. Currently spectroscopic studies are carried out by small and specialized groups of researchers. This is partly because the spectroscopy does not represent „images” but „graphics”, that require special preparation and adjustment. This article will review the current status of proton resonance spectroscopy with emphasis on value for clinical evaluation of major groups of neurological diseases.
|Key words: MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY. NEURORADIOLOGY|