Neuroimagem - Alzheimer

 
 

        MRI in clinically diagnosed Alzheimer disease. (A, B and C) Transaxial sections showing moderate sulcal and ventricular enlargement of the temporal horns of the lateral ventricles (arrows). (D, E and F) Coronal sections at the level of the hippocampus, demonstrating hippocampal atrophy (arrows). (G, H and I) Sagittal ar the level of the temporal horns on the left (G) and right (I) and midline (H). The diagonally oriented area of low signal in G and I represents the enlarged temporal horns. (All sections TR 600 ms, TE 30 ms, 10 mm slice thickness.) (Images courtesy of Dr. Jack Greeberg Philadelphia).

Neuroimaging - A Companion to Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology - Greenberg