1. Cranial Anatomy
2. Neoplasms of the Brain
3. Vascular Diseases of the Brain
4. Head Trauma
5. Infectious and Noninfectious Inflammatory Diseases of the Brain
6. White Matter Diseases
7. Neurodegenerative Diseases and Hydrocephalus
8. Congenital Disorders of the Central Nervous System
10. Sella and Central Skull Base
11. Temporal Bone
12. Sinonasal Disease
13. Mucosal and Nodal Disease of the Head and Neck
14. Extramucosal Diseases of the Head and Neck
15. Anatomy and Degenerative Diseases of the Spine
16. Nondegenerative Diseases of the Spine
17. Approach and Pitfalls in Neuroimaging
Now in its 4th Edition, this bestselling volume in the popular Requisites series, by Drs. Rohini Nadgir and David M. Yousem, thoroughly covers the extensive field of neuroradiology in an efficient and practical manner. Ideal for both clinical practice and ABR exam study, it presents everything you need to know about diagnostic imaging of the most commonly encountered neurological conditions. The authors address the conceptual, technical, and interpretive core knowledge needed for imaging the brain, spine, and head and neck, and discuss all the latest imaging modalities used, including diffusion weighted imaging, perfusion imaging, MR and CT angiography, and MR spectroscopy.
- Features 1,200 high-quality images throughout.
- Makes it easy to locate any topic of interest thanks to a logical organization by diseases and locations.
- Summarizes differential diagnoses in quick reference tables to reinforce important characteristics of diseases and aid in interpretation.
- Focuses on essentials to pass the boards and the Certificate of Added Qualification exam.
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- © Elsevier 2017
- 7th July 2016
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Assistant Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Faculty, Division of Neuroradiology, Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, Baltimore, Maryland
Associate Dean for Professional Development, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Director of Neuroradiology, Program Development, Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, Baltimore, MD