Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Ocular and Orbital Disease in 5 Dogs and a Cat
Morgan R.V., Ring R.D., Ward D.A., et al.
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 1996. 37(3): p.185-192.
Magnetic resonance (MR) images were acquired in five dogs and one cat with ocular and orbital disease. MR images were obtained in the dorsal or oblique dorsal, and oblique sagittal planes. Pathologic changes identified in MR images included inflammatory lesions, cystic structures, and neoplasms. All abnormalities were readily apparent in TI-weighted images. MR findings in affected animals were often similar in signal intensity, location, and growth pattern to those found in people with comparable diseases. Although no MR changes were considered pathognomonic for a given disease, MR imaging provided detailed information on the homogeneity, extent and invasiveness of the lesions.