Cranial MRI and CT
McGraw Hill Professional, 1999 - Medical - 875 pages
Recognized as one of the standards in the radiological literature, this indispensable text/atlas details the practical applications of these two imaging modalities to a wide range of neurodiagnostic problems. The book is expanded to include spine radiology, covering degenerative diseases, trauma, anomalies, tumors, and much more. In addition, the latest radiologic procedures including Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA), helical CT, and spectroscopy have been incorporated throughout.
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