Imaging Diagnosis: Traumatic Dural Tear Diagnosed Using Intrathecal Gadopentate Dimeglumine

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MU—OZ A, MATEO I, LORENZO V, et al.

Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2009;50:502-505.

A dog with traumatic monoplegia had a spinal cord lesion, identified using conventional magnetic resonance imaging. In addition, the intrathecal use of gadopentate dimeglumine allowed identification of two sites of cerebrospinal fluid leakage from the vertebral canal, supporting a diagnosis of brachial plexus avulsion.