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Computed cranial and spinal imaging

a practical introduction
  • 248 Pages
  • 1.38 MB
  • English
Williams & Wilkins , Baltimore
Brain -- Imaging., Spinal cord -- Imaging., Brain -- Diseases -- Diagnosis., Spinal cord -- Diseases -- Diagnosis., Brain -- Tomography., Spinal cord -- Tomography., Magnetic resonance imaging., Brain Diseases -- diagnosis., Magnetic Resonance Imaging., Spinal Diseases -- diagnosis., Tomography, X-Ray Comp
Other titlesComputed cranial & spinal imaging.
StatementJohn M. Stevens, Alan R. Valentine, Brian E. Kendall.
ContributionsValentine, A. R., Kendall, Brian E.
LC ClassificationsRC349.D52 S74 1988
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Paginationvii, 248 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2525058M
ISBN 10068307931X
LC Control Number88000122

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Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, (OCoLC) The second edition attempts to depict the current status of both computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging in neuroradiology.

Although only the final chapter of the book is completely devoted to cranial MR imaging, MR images are scattered throughout various other chapters. This book appears to be a hybrid between an atlas and a text. The second edition attempts to depict the current status of both computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging in neuroradiology.

Although only the final chapter of the book is completely devoted to. A single-volume resource for detailed coverage of the anatomy, function, and pathology of the cranial nerves with CT and MRI correlation. This beautifully illustrated book combines a detailed exposition of the anatomy and function of the cranial nerves with practical coverage of clinical concepts for the assessment and differential diagnosis of cranial nerve s: 3.

Cerebral and Spinal Computed Tomography 3rd Edition In accordance with the significance of computed tomography in diagnostic imaging today, this book provides an unparalleled and up-to-date work that presents detailed information in a concise s: 1.

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the radiologic location of the orifices at the skull. Advances Computed cranial and spinal imaging book Diagnosis: Cranial and Spinal Computed Tomography Thomas P. Naidich, M.D.,* Christopher J. Moran, M.D.,t Ranaway,Rochelle M. Pudlowski, M.D.,** and Joseph Hanaway, M.D. t In the last two years, refinements of medical interpretation, re­ lease of new contrast agents, and improvements in scanner technology (CT) CT for computed tomography (eT) have resulted in.

Before the advent of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), imaging of the cranial nerves (CNs) was difficult, and mass lesions arising from these nerves was often indirectly detected only by looking at bony changes in the skull base foramen or by using invasive techniques such as cisternography and angiography.

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Cranial Neuroimaging and Clinical Neuroanatomy: Atlas of MR Imaging and Computed Tomography; 4th Edition;Thieme ; pp; ill;$ The 4th Edition of () of Cranial Neuroimaging and Clinical Neuroanatomy contains CT and MR images with which neuroradiologists are familiar; however, there are some features of this.

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Naidich TP, Moran CJ, Pudlowski RM, Hanaway J. To date, collagen-based products remain a continued area of interest in the development of dural grafts. The authors conducted a prospective case–control study in which they evaluated collagen matrix in the repair of dural defects following cranial and spinal surgery by using specific clinical and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging outcome measures.

Cranial Neuroimaging and Clinical Neuroanatomy: Atlas of MR Imaging and Computed Tomography Hans-Joachim Kretschmann, Wolfgang Weinrich Written by experts in the field, this beautifully illustrated text/atlas provides the tools you need to directly visualize and interpret cranial CT and MR images.

The effects of motor cranial nerve dysfunction on the computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) appearances of head and neck muscles are reviewed. Cranial computed tomography before lumbar puncture: a prospective clinical evaluation. Gopal AK(1), Whitehouse JD, Simel DL, Corey GR.

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Kendall. Heineman Medical Books, London,pp., 5. This book is a development of a previous volume; A Practical Introduction to Cranial CT but represents a major expansion and updating of that volume.

Twenty‐two magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) brain studies of different breeds of dogs were reviewed to assess the anatomy of cranial nerve (CN) origins and associated skull foramina. These included five anatomic studies of normal brains using 2‐mm‐thick slices and 17 studies using conventional clinical protocols with 3‐ or 4‐mm slices.

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An introductory chapter provides a brief overview of cranial nerve anatomy and function, skull base anatomy, classification of pathologies, and imaging approaches.

Each of the twelve chapters that follow is devoted to in-depth coverage of a different cranial nerve. This book is an indispensable reference for practicing physicians and trainees in neurosurgery, neurology, neuroradiology, radiology, and otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.

It will also serve as a valuable resource for students seeking to gain a solid understanding of the anatomy, function, and pathology of the cranial nerves. Computed tomography (CT) scanning of the head uses a series of x-rays of the head taken from many different directions; the resulting data is transformed into a series of cross sections of the brain using a computer program.

CT images of the head are used to investigate and diagnose brain injuries and other neurological conditions, as well as other conditions involving the skull or sinuses. Computed tomographic evaluation of cervical vertebral canal and spinal cord morphometry in normal dogs Journal of Veterinary Science, Vol.

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