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Axial diffusion-weighted imaging sequences in decompression sickness

Axial diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI b1000) sequences did not show high-signal-intensity lesions. MRI done 4 days after clinical onset (left and center) and 5 days after clinical onset (right). (Source: Sánchez-Villalobos JM, Fortuna-Alcaraz ML, Serrano-Velasco L, et al. Breath-hold diving-related decompression sickness with brain involvement: from neuroimaging to pathophysiology. Tomography 2022;8[3]:1172-83. Creative Commons Attribution License [CC BY],