Neuroradiology A case based guide

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Since their genesis in the early 1970s, CT and MRI have engendered colossal ascendancy in diagnostic imaging and have evolved as the cornerstone of medical imaging. In the fullness of time, advances in both their hardware and software have taken place, and these technological upswings have paved the way for innovative and diverse uses of CT/MRI. As we broaden our horizons in the arena of CT/ MRI applications, so must the skills and knowledge of scientists and technologists occupied in this field be developed and expanded. This book is formulated as a concise teaching guide for the core examination, Neuroradiology, neurology for radiology residents, for general practitioners, and for CT and MRI technicians. Whereas the book has been drafted primarily for trainee radiologists, neurophysicians, neurosurgeons, and CT/MRI technicians, the text, along with the annotated images, will also be valuable to other, more general physicians, such as ophthalmologists and otolaryngorhinologists, interested in medical imaging. This book is organized into three parts and 16 thematic chapters. Part I constitutes cases of the brain and includes both normal and abnormal findings, with differential diagnosis and relevant images of conditions usually encountered during routine practice, covering each of the pivotal aspects in different chapters. Topics like normal brain development and congenital malformations, normal vascular anatomy and its anomalies, intracranial hemorrhage, trauma, neoplasms, infections, disorders involving white and gray matter, normal CSF circulation and its disorders, phakomatoses, cranial nerves, and the craniovertebral junction have been described in detail. Part II elucidates the normal anatomy of the spine, various congenital and acquired spinal disorders, and supporting case studies. Part III includes a brief description of case studies of the head and neck region, separated into eye/ orbit, ear, nose, paranasal sinuses, and neck region. The last chapter incorporates miscellaneous topics, like epilepsy, empty sella, and the current and future role of artificial intelligence (AI) in neuroradiology. Neuroradiology, in itself, is a comprehensive sub-specialty of radiology, with an endless list of cases and patients presenting in a myriad of ways. This book offers carefully selected case studies, with a concise account of 154 routinely experienced pathologies, illustrated by suitable images. The cases are structured into thematic chapters, to provide an integrated approach for basic learning. Each case study has been drafted logically, commencing with a brief clinical history, relevant imaging findings, and discussion, including differential diagnosis and management, and with suggested readings provided for each chapter. Appropriate training and expertise are required, along with theoretical knowledge of cases for reporting. The book is an invaluable adjunct to standard textbooks, but is not intended to substitute for them. The book focuses on step-by-step descriptions of cases routinely encountered in neuroradiological imaging, providing support and help in taking certificate examinations, such as the core examination of Neuroradiology, RITE (Residency In-service Training Examination) of the American Academy of Neurology, Neuroradiology CAQ (Certificate of Additional Qualification) examination, ARRT (American Registry of Radiology Technicians), BSc (Bachelor of Science) in medical imaging, and ARMRIT (American Registry of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists). Bolstered by nearly 400 high-resolution images, obtained with state-of-the-art scanning technology, this essential enchiridion is designed to train the reader how to interpret both CT and MRI images of the brain, spine, head, and neck. It includes valuable background material as case studies, commonly encountered in clinical practice, with reference to normal anatomy, preparing the reader for the challenges of the clinical setting. It can also be used as a readily accessible reference book for use in the midst of a busy clinical day. This book aims to provide a consolidated resource for the technologists to acquire the knowledge necessary for excellent patient care in the field of neuroradiology. {getButton} $text={Neuroradiology A case based guide(17.2mb)} $icon={download} $color={Hex Color}

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