Jan 112017

Neuroradiology: The Essentials with MR and CT

By (author): Val M. Runge, Antonios Valavanis

The authors, Drs. Runge, Smoker, and Valvanis, have
done a superb job in concentrating the breath of clinical neuroradiology into a
manageable book, which may easily be read in 1 or 2 fortnights.

Neuroradiology: The EssentialsWith MR and CT should be a favorite both for
boards study as well as to be kept close at hand in the reading room. I
enthusiastically recommend this textbook to all residents, neuroradiology
fellows, and general diagnostic radiologists. —
Investigative Radiology

Neuroradiology is a core clinical resource that clearly illustrates and
describes MR and CT images of the brain, head and neck, and spine. The text
distills the essential aspects of neuroradiology and contains in-depth
discussions of imaging findings. Written from a clinical radiology perspective,
the content of this book draws on the personal experience of the authors, all of
whom are leading experts in neuroradiology.


  • More than 1000 high-quality MR and CT images representing
    the full range of diseases encountered in everyday practice
  • Online
    access to a wealth of image sets on Thieme’s Media Center
  • Covers
    common and critical MR and CT diagnosed pathologies in
  • Contains clear, concise explanations of MR physics and
    imaging findings in clinical neuroradiology

This excellent clinical reference
helps busy radiologists and neuroradiologists, as well as residents and fellows
in these specialties, tackle challenging cases they face on a day-to-day basis
and enables them to properly diagnose the common, important pathologies
encountered in their patients.

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