MRI Principles of the Head, Skull Base and Spine

MRI Principles of the Head, Skull Base and Spine

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In this text atlas of neuroimaging the author provides a review of the pathologies and diseases that affect the head, brain, skull base, face, spine, and cord. The case presentation format of this handbook covers the important clinical and neuropathological aspects of the disease process. The book contains 350 selected pathologies, represented in 750 high resolution MR images. It also covers the aspects of neurological disorders and the fundamental aspects of the physics of magnetic resonance, spectroscopy, as well as a review of MR techniques. Given its scope, this book is of interest to radiologists involved in MR interpretation, neuroradiologists seeking an up-to-date review, and all workers in the field of diagnostic and therapeutic neurology.These tumors are well differentiated (a€œbenigna€) but show a great tendency for malignant transformation (anaplasia). ... Ill-defined they do not show clear-cut demarcation from the adjacent normal parenchyma (demonstrated on pathologicalanbsp;...

Title:MRI Principles of the Head, Skull Base and Spine
Author:J.C. Tamraz, C. Outin, M. Forjaz Secca, B. Soussi
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-04-17


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