Clinical magnetic resonance imaging : Frequent incidental cerebral findings.

[Clinical magnetic resonance imaging : Frequent incidental cerebral findings]. Radiologe. 2017 Mar 09;: Authors: Müller A, Ditter P, Weidauer S, Schild HH, Hattingen E Abstract The increasing use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in clinical diagnostics means that patients and physicians are confronted more often with incidental findings. In the literature there are fluctuating data on the incidence of such findings and guidelines concerning the further procedure exist in only very few cases, such as incidental aneurysms and pituitary adenomas. The diagnostic and therapeutic implications which can be derived from incidental findings depend on multiple factors, such as anatomical location, patient age, comorbidity and patient wishes. For this reason it often makes sense to refer patients with incidental findings to an interdisciplinary neurological center at an early stage. In this review frequent incidental cerebral findings, epidemiological data, imaging criteria and, where possible, recommendations for the further procedure are shown. PMID: 28280860 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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