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neuroradiology

[¦nu̇r·ō‚rād·ē′äl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
The roentgenology of neurologic disease.
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In this article, three patients who were diagnosed with PLES with clinical and neuroradiological imaging findings were presented.
serious neurological illness for which a diagnosis is required for either therapeutic or prognostic reasons but remains unidentified by neuroradiological or CSF analysis.
2000) conducted a retrospective study to evaluate the data of 10 patients from Saudi Arabia with X-linked ALD regarding the clinical, biochemical, neuroradiological, and neurophysiological findings (14).
Objective: Posterior reversible leukoencephalopathy syndrome (PRES) is characterized by headache, altered mental status, cortical blindness, and seizures associated with neuroradiological findings.
The textbook intended primarily for first- or second-year medical students includes color images, a neuroradiological atlas, brief anatomical study guide, review exercises, and working model of the mind.
Neuroradiological features of intracranial and intraorbital meningeal haemangiopericytomas.
There can also be lack of conclusive physical evidence of the injury on standard imaging such as CT and MRI scans, especially in mild TBI, since microscopic damage after TBI is often not visible on standard neuroradiological assessment tools.
Size of mamillary bodies in health and disease: Useful measurements in neuroradiological diagnosis of Wernicke's encephalopathy.
Neuroradiological features of six kindreds with MELAS tRNA(Leu) A2343G point mutation: Implications for pathogenesis.
With an advanced neurovascular suite and leading edge imaging equipment, the neuroradiological experts have the ability to provide rapid, high quality vascular imaging with exceptional anatomical detail which means patients will benefit from earlier diagnosis and treatment leading to better clinical results.
First described in 1995, megalencephalic leucoencephalopathy with subcortical cysts (MLC) is characterized by: 1) clinical symptoms: macrocephaly occurring in the first year of life, mild-to-moderate cognitive defects and progressive spasticity, leading to a progressive and slow handicap and epileptic seizures (in half of the cases); 2) neuroradiological findings (Figure 3): diffuse, symmetrical white matter lesions, with constant frontoparietal and anterotemporal subcortical cysts.