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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]; Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Amandeep Singh M.D.[2]

Overview

There are no MRI findings associated with cyanosis as such. However, an MRI may be helpful in the diagnosis of other disease process which may manifest cyanosis as the sign

MRI

  • There are no MRI findings associated with cyanosis as such. It is used as supplementary investigation. However, an MRI may be helpful in the diagnosis of other disease process which may manifest cyanosis as the sign, which includes:

References

  1. Chang YC, Lee CY, Chen CH, Ku YC, Wang JD (June 2015). "Cyanosis As a Signal of Perinatal Stroke: Findings at Ultrasound and MRI". Iran J Pediatr. 25 (3): e533. doi:10.5812/ijp.25(3)2015.533. PMC 4505994. PMID 26199712.
  2. Alanbaei M, Jutras L, Therrien J, Marelli A (September 2007). "Iatrogenic cyanosis and clubbing: 25 years of chronic hypoxia after the repair of an atrial septal defect". Can J Cardiol. 23 (11): 901–3. PMC 2651370. PMID 17876384.

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