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Dr. Raymond Tu Presents Project at the Annual Radiological Society Meeting

Posted on: 07/03/2013

Drs. Tu with colleagues Rupe, Rothenberg, Shulka and Smirniotopoulos from The George Washington University School of Medicine and American Institute of Radiologic Pathology formerly the AFIP, will present their project at the Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America in Chicago this December 2013.

Primary Category: Neuroradiology/Head and Neck
Secondary Category: Brain: Stroke

Intracerebral hemorrhage on MRI: A teaching tool to facilitate accurate staging

E S Rupe, Washington, DC; S Rothenberg; A Shulka, MD; R K Tu, MD; J G Smirniotopoulos, MD

PURPOSE/AIM

1. To present a graphic learning and mnemonic tool that reviews and explains the appearance of intracerebral hemorrhage on MRI and makes recall easy.

2. To compare and explain the T1 and T2 weighted changes correlating to the hemoglobin breakdown products from hyperacute, acute, subacute, to chronic hematoma.

3. To review the various causes and mechanisms of injury and provide challenging cases to review practical caveats.

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