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      Karen S Caldemeyer

      Karen S Caldemeyer

      Indianapolis, Indiana | From the Departments of Dermatologya and Radiology,b Indiana University Medical Center; and the Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Pathology,c ...

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      Karen S Caldemeyer:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichKaren S Caldemeyerhas direct influence:Neural foraminal stenosis,Gadolinium enhancement,Computed tomography,Jugular foramen,Tuberous sclerosis,Clinically negative neck,Neurofibromatosis type,Central nervous.

      Karen S Caldemeyer:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Karen S Caldemeyer has influence:Magnetic resonance,Computed tomography,Jugular foramen,Image quality,Perineural spread,Temporal bone,Multiple sclerosis.

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      Year
      2003

      Indianapolis, Indiana

      2001

      Department of Radiology, Division of Neuroradiology and the Department of Dermatology, Indiana University Medical Center Indianapolis, Indiana

      2000

      From the Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Pathology, Indiana University Dental Schoola; the Department of Dermatologyb and the Department of Radiology, Division of Neuroradiology, Indiana University Medical Center,c and Assistant, Mohs Micrographic Surgery, Indiana University Medical Center.d

      1999

      From the Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine, Pathology, Indiana University,a and the Departments of Dermatologyb and Radiology,c Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis; and the University of Missouri School of Medicine, Kansas City.d

      Department of Radiology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis 46202-5253, USA.

      Indianapolis, Indiana, and Kansas City, Missouri

      1998

      Department of Radiology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana

      1997

      Department of Radiology, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, Indiana

      1996

      Division of Neuroradiology; Department of Radiology, USA

      Department of Radiology Indiana University School of Medicine

      1995

      Departments of Radiology (C. C. Moran, K. S. Caldemeyer, and R. R. Smith) and Pathology (S. T. Vakili), Indiana University School of Medicine, University Hospital, 0279. 550 North University Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46202–5253, U.S.A.

      Department of Radiology, Indiana University School of Medicine, University Hospital, 550 N. University Blvd., 46202-5253, Indianapolis, IN, USA

      1994

      Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana USA

      1993

      From the Division of Neuroradiology, Department of Radiology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN.

      Department of Radiology, Indiana University School of Medicine, University Hospital, Indianapolis 46202-5253.

      1992

      Departments of Radiology -Head and Neck Surgery, Indiana University Medical Center

      1991

      From the Department of Radiology, Indiana University Medical Center, University Hospital X64, 926 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202–5253, U.S.A.

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      Prominent publications by Karen S Caldemeyer

      KOL-Index: 10870

      PURPOSE: To determine the clinical utility of gadolinium-enhanced fluid-attenuated inversion-recovery (FLAIR) magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the brain by comparing results with those at gadolinium-enhanced T1-weighted MR imaging with magnetization transfer (MT) saturation.

      MATERIALS AND METHODS: In 105 consecutive patients referred for gadolinium-enhanced brain imaging, FLAIR and T1-weighted MR imaging with MT saturation were performed before and after administration of gadopentetate ...

      Known for Imaging Brain | Postcontrast Images | Attenuated Inversion | Gadolinium Enhancement | Fast Fluid
      KOL-Index: 10425

      PURPOSE: Head and neck oncologists have not reached consensus regarding the role of contemporary imaging techniques in the evaluation of the clinically negative neck in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). The purpose of the present study was to compare the accuracy of ultrasound with guided fine-needle aspiration biopsy (UGFNAB) and computed tomography (CT) in detecting lymph node metastasis in the clinically negative neck.

      METHODS AND MATERIALS: Sixty-four neck ...

      Known for Clinically Negative Neck | Computed Tomography | Needle Aspiration | Guided Fine | Regional Metastases
      KOL-Index: 10318

      BACKGROUND: Ultrasound of the neck with fine needle aspiration (US-FNA) of suspicious lymph nodes has potential advantages over other radiologic techniques as a screening method for the NO neck in head and neck cancer.

      METHODS: Twenty-five patients with head and neck cancer who underwent both US of the neck with FNA of any suspicious lymph nodes and neck computed tomography (CT) prior to elective neck dissection were studied. The majority of patients had squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of ...

      Known for Computed Tomography | Elective Neck Dissection | Needle Aspiration | Neck Neoplasms Humans | Squamous Cell Carcinoma
      KOL-Index: 7471

      Retinal blood flow regulation in health remains poorly described. We hypothesized that retinal perfusion is controlled to provide constant O2 delivery to that tissue, and that changes in retinal blood flow in response to chemical stimuli parallel changes in carotid and retrobulbar perfusion. Accordingly, in 11 young adults with normal eye examinations, we measured retinal blood flow indices (via scanning laser ophthalmoscopy [SLO] during fluorescein angiography) and carotid, ophthalmic, ...

      Known for Blood Flow | Laser Ophthalmoscopy | Color Doppler | Retinal Perfusion | Fluorescein Angiography
      KOL-Index: 7115

      OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to determine the accuracy of IV contrast-enhanced MDCT and MRI for evaluation of the severity and cause of neural foraminal stenosis in patients with cervical radiculopathy.

      SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Eighteen patients with cervical radiculopathy prospectively underwent contrast-enhanced MDCT and MRI. Contrast-enhanced MDCT scans were acquired at 1-mm thickness and reconstructed in oblique axial (parallel to disk) and sagittal (perpendicular to neural ...

      Known for Foraminal Stenosis | Cervical Radiculopathy | Mdct Mri | Interobserver Agreement | 4point Scale
      KOL-Index: 6010

      BACKGROUND: The outlook for many brain tumors remains poor. Increased dose intensity has been correlated with response rate and survival in many solid tumors.

      PATIENTS AND METHODS: Ten children with recurrent or newly diagnosed brain tumors were treated with four sequential courses of high-dose single agent chemotherapy with peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) support. PBSC harvesting was undertaken prior to chemotherapy and following the first course of chemotherapy (3.6 g/m2 etoposide). ...

      Known for Dose Chemotherapy | Cell Support | Peripheral Blood | Brain Tumors | Craniospinal Irradiation
      KOL-Index: 5214

      Multisection computed tomography (CT) was introduced in 1992 with the advent of dual-section-capable scanners and was improved in 1998 following the development of quad-section technology. With a recent increase in gantry speed from one to two revolutions per second, multisection CT scanners are now up to eight times faster than conventional single-section helical CT scanners. The benefits of quad-section CT relative to single-section helical CT are considerable. They include improved ...

      Known for Clinical Applications | Multisection Scanners | Multiplanar Reformation | Image Noise | Virtual Endoscopy
      KOL-Index: 4004

      The stage of regional structural and biochemical development of the central nervous system appears as a critical factor determining the distribution of hypoxic-ischemic lesions during the perinatal period. We describe the brain lesions in 12 patients who suffered hypoxia-ischemia during the perinatal period. The gestational age ranged from 35 to 42 weeks and the age at death from 2 to 16 weeks. There is one patient alive at age 18 years and a second patient at age 1 year. The cerebral ...

      Known for Primary Myelination | Perinatal Period | Gestational Age | Brain Infant | Ischemic Encephalopathy

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      Indianapolis, Indiana | From the Departments of Dermatologya and Radiology,b Indiana University Medical Center; and the Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Pathology,c Indiana University Dental School | Department of Radiology, Division of Neuro

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