neuroradiology

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neuroradiology

[¦nu̇r·ō‚rād·ē′äl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
The roentgenology of neurologic disease.
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LEGAL COMMENTARY: The court determined that the jury's verdict in favor of the doctors could be explained by either of two factual determinations: (1) The MRI films did not disclose a nerve compression and, therefore, the defendant doctors were not negligent in failing to perform a decompression procedure: or (2) The MRI films disclosed a nerve compression but the university neuroradiologist, as a member of the team with the defendant doctors and the more proficient of the four doctors in reading MRI films, failed to report a nerve compression.
Several scholarships, and earnings from odd jobs paid his way through college and then medical school where he eventually became a neuroradiologist.
Zimmerman was negligent in April 1996, when she failed to diagnose the patient's tumor and failed to consult with a neuroradiologist or other specialist more experienced in reading such MRIs, the patient failed to "present evidence that demonstrated the existence of some disputed factual issue in response to the defendants' motion.
Because of the size of the venous pouch, the fistula would be difficult to occlude transvenously; therefore, the interventional neuroradiologist elected to close the fistula by coil occlusion of the left ICA around the site of the tear.
In use by a growing number of radiologists and neuroradiologists in the United States and Europe, Neuroreader analyzes MRI scans of patients' brain and benchmarks it against a Food & Drug Administration-cleared database of healthy brain tissues in a matter of minutes.
New Book by World-Renowned Neuroradiologist Discusses How Lessons Learned from the Battlefield Can be Applied to the U.
Butler, a neuroradiologist in the UK, Mitchell, and Healy bring together radiologists from the UK and Canada for 17 chapters on radiological anatomy, divided by the central nervous system; the thorax, abdomen, and pelvis; the upper and lower limb; and obstetrics and neonatology.
DeSimone, a neuroradiologist at the San Giovanni Bosco Hospital in Naples, Italy.
Alan Reeves interventional neuroradiologist and assistant professor, teamed up for the life-saving procedure.
Miller, a neuroradiologist at johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, and his colleagues will look for signs of brain atrophy and enlarged ventricles in the MRI scans taken from otherwise healthy hypertensive volunteers.
today announced publication of Osborn's Brain: Imaging, Pathology, and Anatomy, the much-anticipated new text from world-renowned neuroradiologist and author Dr.
Aw, a neuroradiologist in Australia, and Curtis, a radiologist at the U.