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MRI FINDINGS OF THE NORMAL AND DISEASED TRIGEMINAL NERVE GANGLION AND BRANCHES: A PICTORIAL REVIEW

(2007) JBR-BTR. 90(4). p.272-277
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The trigeminal nerve is the largest cranial nerve with both a sensory and motor function. MRI is an excellent technique to evaluate the trigeminal nerve. We report the MRI findings and illustrate the normal and diseased trigeminal nerve at Meckel's cave, the cavernous sinus, the skull base foramina, the pterygopalatine fossa and the peripheral branches.

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VandeVyver, V, Marc Lemmerling, W VAN HECKE, and Koenraad Verstraete. 2007. “Mri Findings of the Normal and Diseased Trigeminal Nerve Ganglion and Branches: A Pictorial Review.” Jbr-btr 90 (4): 272–277.
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VandeVyver, V., Lemmerling, M., VAN HECKE, W., & Verstraete, K. (2007). MRI FINDINGS OF THE NORMAL AND DISEASED TRIGEMINAL NERVE GANGLION AND BRANCHES: A PICTORIAL REVIEW. JBR-BTR, 90(4), 272–277.
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VandeVyver V, Lemmerling M, VAN HECKE W, Verstraete K. MRI FINDINGS OF THE NORMAL AND DISEASED TRIGEMINAL NERVE GANGLION AND BRANCHES: A PICTORIAL REVIEW. JBR-BTR. 2007;90(4):272–7.
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VandeVyver, V, Marc Lemmerling, W VAN HECKE, et al. “Mri Findings of the Normal and Diseased Trigeminal Nerve Ganglion and Branches: A Pictorial Review.” JBR-BTR 90.4 (2007): 272–277. Print.
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  author       = {VandeVyver, V and Lemmerling, Marc and VAN HECKE, W and Verstraete, Koenraad},
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  title        = {MRI FINDINGS OF THE NORMAL AND DISEASED TRIGEMINAL NERVE GANGLION AND BRANCHES: A PICTORIAL REVIEW},
  volume       = {90},
  year         = {2007},
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