Pursuing MRI in patients with documented ASNHL is more cost-effective than observation
Articles tagged with "MRI"
Patients with an unexplained, asymmetric sensorineural hearing loss are significantly more likely to have an abnormal MRI scan
The choice between MRI and CT will have to be determined by individual clinicians, based on their assessments of relative risks and benefits
Radiologists Hugh Curtin, MD and Caroline Robson, MBChB discuss indications for both CT and MRI imaging studies in the evaluation and management of otologic disease.
Both techniques can yield diagnostic information in evaluation of hearing loss in children
MRI scans, microsurgery, and radiosurgery treatment modalities measured for quality-of-life impact
How cost effective is the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for evaluating patients with idiopathic olfactory loss?