Article thumbnail

Artifacts in spine magnetic resonance imaging due to different intervertebral test spacers: an in vitro evaluation of magnesium versus titanium and carbon-fiber-reinforced polymers as biomaterials

By Thorsten Ernstberger, Gottfried Buchhorn and Gabert Heidrich
Topics: Diagnostic Neuroradiology
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3085728
Provided by: PubMed Central

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.

Suggested articles

Citations

  1. (1993). A carbon fiber implant to aid interbody lumbar fusion. Two-year clinical results in the first 26 patients.
  2. (2001). A comparative study of MR imaging profile of titanium pedicle screws.
  3. (1998). A comparison of magnetic resonance and computed tomographic image quality after the implantation of tantalum and titanium spinal instrumentation.
  4. (1999). Anterior lumbar fusion with titanium threaded and mesh interbody cages. Neurosurg Focus
  5. (2001). Artefacts and ferromagnetism dependent on different metal alloys in magnetic resonance imaging. An experimental study.
  6. (2005). Comparison of CT, MRI and radiographs in assessing pelvic osteolysis: a cadaveric study. Clin Orthop Relat Res 437:138–144.
  7. (2007). Implant detectability of intervertebral disc spacers in post fusion MRI: evaluation of the MRI scan quality by using a scoring system—an in vitro study.
  8. (2000). Knöchernes Einwachsverhalten von Probekörpern aus kohlefaserverstärktem Kunststoff.
  9. (1932). L’utilisation du magnesium comme materiel perdu dans l’ostheosynthèse.
  10. (2006). Magnesium and its alloys as orthopaedic biomaterials: a review. Biomat 27:1728–1734.
  11. (1993). Magnetic resonance imaging evaluation of the spine with metal implants. General safety and superior imaging with titanium.
  12. (1992). Magnetic resonance imaging-cardiac ejection fraction measurements. Phantom study comparing four different methods.
  13. (1945). Metallic osteosynthesis by means of an apparatus made of resorbing metal.
  14. (1994). Metallic spinal artifacts in magnetic resonance imaging.
  15. (1997). MR parameters for imaging titanium spinal instrumentation.
  16. (1996). Optimizing imaging parameters for MR evaluation of the spine with titanium pedicle screws.
  17. (2007). Post implantation MRI with cylindric and cubic intervertebral test implants: evaluation of implant shape, material and volume in MRI artifacting—an in vitro study.
  18. (2006). Posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) with cages and local bone graft in the treatment of spinal stenosis.
  19. (1996). Postoperative magnetic resonance imaging with titanium implants of the thoracic and lumbar spine.
  20. (2002). Review article: MRI of the postoperative lumbar spine.
  21. (1998). RudischA,Kremser C,PeerS,Kathrein A,Judmaier W,DaniauxH
  22. (2006). Single-stage treatment of pyogenic spinal infection with titanium mesh cages.
  23. (2005). The indications for interbody fusion cages in the treatment of spondylolisthesis: analysis of 120 cases.
  24. (2006). The interobserver-validated relevance of intervertebral spacer materials in MRI artifacting.
  25. (2001). The posterior lumbar interbody fusion with cages (PLIF) and transpedicular stabilization.
  26. (1999). The postoperative spine.
  27. (1944). The resorbing metallic alloy ‘Ostheosinthzit’ as material for fastening broken bone.