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neuroradiology

[¦nu̇r·ō‚rād·ē′äl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
The roentgenology of neurologic disease.
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This richly illustrated, comprehensive anatomical resource is a must have for neurosurgeons, neuroendovascular surgeon, neuroradiologists, and neurologists.
The procedure also pays off in monetary terms, points out Dr Jens Fiehler, a neuroradiologist at Hamburg-Eppendorf University Medical Centre in Germany.
To perform a thrombectomy the neuroradiologist inserts a 'stent retriever' - a very small mechanical device mounted on a wire - into the brain artery through a small keyhole incision in the groin, under x-ray guidance.
Until now, brain imaging specialists like me who deal with human injuries caused by trauma to arteries in the head and neck have always been puzzled as to why rapid, twisting head movements did not leave thousands of owls lying dead on the forest floor from stroke," said interventional neuroradiologist Philippe Gailloud, the lead author of the study.
An important message from the study is that there seems no need for more aggressive treatment or prevention of attacks," said Mark Kruit, a principal investigator for the study who is also a neuroradiologist from Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands, which led the study.
A pediatric neuroradiologist found significant hypoxic ischemic injury on the MRI.
Objective: To analyse inter-observer variation between a neuroradiologist and neurosurgeon in the MRI diagnosis of lumbar nerve root compression.
Interventional Neuroradiologist of LGH, informed that during the workshop, medical experts would demonstrate different procedures and deliver lectures for the benefit of young doctors.
The winners include a University of Oregon assistant dean, a neuroradiologist, a hair salon owner and a parks and recreation official.
The consultant neuroradiologist was just 15 feet from Shehzad Tanweer, 22, when he detonated hi s rucksack device.
On Wednesday, consultant paediatric neuroradiologist Dr Neil Stoodley told Cardiff Coroner's Court that he had no reasonable doubt Taylor was shaken hard enough to cause the brain bleed and injuries.