Rana, Abdul Qayyum, Zumo, Lawrence A., Sim, Valerie
2013, XIII, 104 p. 65 illus., 9 illus. in color.
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Introduction to neuroimaging principles of computed tomography, magnetic resonance and doppler ultrasound
Each image is presented in the context of a brief clinical case
Provides examples of the most commonly encountered conditions, as well as the specific imaging findings of some rarer conditions
Summary table of tissue and blood signal characteristics on CT, MRI T1, and MRI T2
Comparison images of CT, MRI T1, MRI T2, MRI FLAIR in axial, sagittal and coronal views
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Neuroradiology in Clinical Practice is aimed at medical students and residents doing their rotations in neurology, internal medicine, emergency medicine, and family medicine, but will also be useful for allied health professionals, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other primary medical care providers.