T. Benner et al. Animated 3D visualization of ischemic lesions with diffusion-weighted MR imaging


To compare the conventional 2D viewing method with the animated 3D visualization results of both methods are shown for 3 of the 10 patients:

[case 1] 62-yo male patient with a mild broca's aphasia and a mild paresis of the right arm (4/5) since four hours.
[case 2] 78-yo female patient with a sensibility disorder of the left arm since two hours.
[case 3] 59-yo female patient with deterioration of an pre-existing broca's aphasia since three hours.

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