The treatment of LN is dictated by the class of the disease and degree of activity and chronicity
Patient age Chronicity
Common causes MR imaging protocol Pediatric New Infection Basic MR brain Venous infarction imaging Metabolic abnormalities MRV/CTV Structural lesions Post contrast FLAIR (less common) Chronic Cortical dysplasias T2* Heterotopic grey matter GRE volumetric T1 Phakomatoses with multiplanar Cavernous malformations reconstructions Low-grade tumors MTS (after age 10) Adult New Infection T2* (younger patient) Post contrast FLAIR Prior trauma (younger patient) Remote infarct (older patient) Malignancy (older patient) Chronic MTS Cor T2* Cavernous malformations Cor T2 FLAIR Cortical dysplasia Cor GRE volumetric T1 Neoplasm Cor T2 with multiplanar reconstructions Prior trauma or infarction Table 3.
Dehydrated Human Amniotic Membrane Allograft for Wound Closure and Minimizing Advanced Wound Care Costs (Kamin, I): A case study of two male and one female patient with an average wound chronicity
of 18 weeks that received applications of DAMA every other week in an outpatient setting.
The detailed knowledge of genetic variability among the vir genes will provide an insight in the chronicity
of the disease.
Many mothers (32%) experienced physical assault during the past year; prevalence and chronicity
of physical assault, and chronicity
of injury, were lower when fathers spent time with their children daily.
c) They indicate chronicity
in a retinal detachment
Additionally, correlation with previous imaging may give further information about chronicity
Misdiagnosis worsens the chronicity
of the lesion and has pronounced effects on facial aesthetics due to unnecessary treatments resulting in further skin scarring.
Identification of prognostic factors for chronicity
in patients with low back pain: a review of screening instruments.
However, scores also were affected by maternal psychiatric history, including depression, psychosis, or chronicity
and severity of maternal psychiatric illness.
In eight chapters, pediatricians and neurologists from the UK and North America follow the natural history of epilepsy from diagnosis to remission or chronicity
when the disease begins in infancy, middle childhood, and adolescence, as well as risks and hazards, status epilepticus, prevention and consequences, and medico-legal aspects.
Unfortunately, clinical research suggests neuroplasticity and chronicity
with sleep disorders.