Pattern Recognition Neuroradiology by Neil M. BordenPattern Recognition Neuroradiology by Neil M. Borden

Pattern Recognition Neuroradiology

byNeil M. Borden, Scott E. Forseen

Paperback | October 31, 2011

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Faced with a single neuroradiological image of an unknown patient, how confident would you be to make a differential diagnosis? Despite advanced imaging techniques, a confident diagnosis also requires knowledge of the patient's age, clinical data and the lesion location. Pattern Recognition Neuroradiology provides the tools you will need to arrive at the correct diagnosis or a reasonable differential diagnosis. This user-friendly book includes basic information often omitted from other texts: a practical method of image analysis, sample dictation templates and didactic information regarding lesions/diseases in a concise outline form. Image galleries show more than 700 high quality representative examples of the diseases discussed. Whether you are a trainee encountering some of these conditions for the first time or a resident trying to develop a reliable system of image analysis, Pattern Recognition Neuroradiology is an invaluable diagnostic resource.
Title:Pattern Recognition NeuroradiologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:354 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.71 inPublished:October 31, 2011Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521727030

ISBN - 13:9780521727037

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Table of Contents

Preface; Part I. The Brain: 1. How to use Part I. The Brain; 2. Basic concepts and terminology; 3. Basic approach to image interpretation; 4. Generalized categorization of diseases and location; 5. Differential diagnosis by lesion location; 6. Morphologic characterization of lesion appearance; 7. Image gallery; Part II. The Spine: 8. Basic concepts and terminology; 9. Basic approach to image interpretation; 10. Generalized categorization of diseases and location; 11. Differential diagnosis by lesion location and morphology; 12. Image gallery; 13. Appendix: dictation templates; Index.

Editorial Reviews

"Ease of readability, abundance of high-yield images, and systemizing an approach to radiologic interpretation are three characteristics that concisely summarize the essence of Pattern Recognition Neuroradiology...useful for radiology residents, neurology/neurological surgery residents, neurologists/neurosurgeons, and general practicing radiologists."
Academic Radiology