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Prof. Dr. F. E. Zanella—A Training and Development Mentor in Neuroradiology

, Center of Radiology, University Hospital Frankfurt , Frankfurt , Germany 1 Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, Hannover Medical School , Hannover , Germany 2 H. Lanfermann ... University Hospital. There he specialized in neuroradiology, a subdiscipline that at the time was not recognized as a field in which one could specialize and not necessarily regarded as a good career move for

Neuroradiology Review Series Cover Essay

, later, other important X-ray-based techniques, he field of diagnostic neuroradiology has advanced considerably from its incipient including pneumoencephalography, contrast myelography, and arteriography ... neuroradiology due to CT imaging, it was not until the arrival of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the early 1980s that the greatest advances in non-invasive imaging were realized. Early MRI scanners took

Role of neuroradiology in predicting outome in spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage

NEURORADIOLOGY IN PREDICTING OUTOME IN SPONTANEOUS INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) leads to hemorrhage in the brain parenchyma in the absence of trauma or surgery. It accounts

Neuroradiology in tuberculous meningitisdiagnostic significance and prognostic value.

, Mazhar Badshah 6 , Shahzad Ahmed 7 Sumaira Nabi Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Neurology Commons Recommended Citation - Article 2 NEURORADIOLOGY IN ... validate the diagnostic utility of neuroradiology and not microbiology. Key exclusion criteria included patients with CSF positive for Gram staining or culture of other organisms on lab analyses, patients

Introduction to ‘Advances in Pediatric Neuroradiology

- This special supplement of Pediatric Radiology includes review articles of the Society for Pediatric Radiology’s first “Advances in Pediatric Neuroradiology” course, which was conducted under the ... of the American Society of Pediatric Neuroradiology. The 2.5-day course in Miami, FL, featured 29 expert course faculty members who collectively presented 30 lectures. One hundred sixty-five national

Neurooncology & Neuroradiology (FP112-FP123)

images are unspecific, and differential diagnosis includes ischemia, multiple sclerosis, encephalitis and leukodistrophy. Platform Sessions / NEUROONCOLOGY & NEURORADIOLOGY Brain biopsy is extremely

Neuroradiology (P412-P423)

Disease-2). This was followed by hypomyelinating disorders (26/83; 31.3%; Pelizaeus-Merzbacher Disease-10; Pelizaeus-Merzbacher like Poster Presentations / NEURORADIOLOGY disorders-1; GM1 gangliosidosis-2 ... consciousness but died of his pre-existing renal disease. Conculsion: Our patients extend the neuroradiology associated with acute seizures and coma in SCD to include generalised cerebral oedema and bilateral

Response: Letter to the Editor: Thoughts on “Is advanced neuroimaging for neuroradiologists?” by S. Cocozza and the content of “Neuroradiology” by Lars Arnim Rödiger

Neuroradiology Response: Letter to the Editor: Thoughts on BIs advanced neuroimaging for neuroradiologists?^ by S. Cocozza and the content of BNeuroradiology^ by Lars Arnim Rödiger Rüdiger von ... neuroradiologists. In an ideal environment, both specialists work closely in tandem and help each other understand the brain’s functions and its disorders. Neuroradiology publishes articles supporting a better

Quantitative Evaluation of Performance in Interventional Neuroradiology: An Integrated Curriculum Featuring Theoretical and Practical Challenges

Purpose We sought to develop a standardized curriculum capable of assessing key competencies in Interventional Neuroradiology by the use of models and simulators in an objective, quantitative, and ... , 3 Department of Radiology, Division of Neuroradiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School , Boston, MA , United States of America, 4 Department of Radiology and Neuroradiology

A new cover for Neuroradiology

From this issue, Neuroradiology will appear with a new cover. On the initiative of our Managing Editor, Dr Lisa Babinec, and after approval by the Editorial Director for Neuroradiology at Springer ... brain white matter tractography (in green/yellow). There has been some discussion and criticism of this choice amongst the Section Editors of Neuroradiology. The first concern highlighted the fact that

Class Dismissed: First Course of Neuroradiology Successfully Concluded

of Neuroradiology, Leipzig University Hospital , Leipzig, Germany - Back at the annual meeting of the German Society of Neuroradiology in 2011, Professor Martin Wiesmann presented the idea of a new ... educational course, focussing on the societys neuroradiologists in training. While existing courses only cover special aspects of neuroradiology, this intensive course of neuroradiology followed a

Erratum to: State-of-the-art MRI techniques in neuroradiology: principles, pitfalls, and clinical applications

Department of Neuroradiology, University Hospital of Geneva , Geneva , Switzerland Chapter "DTI: vibration artifact" According to initial evidence and surgical experience, tissue stiffness as determined by MR ... Gliomen eine Fortsetzung. Clin Neuroradiology 23(Suppl 1): 213

German Curriculum in Interventional Neuroradiology—How Many Interventionalists are Necessary? Did We Need Support from Other Societies for Stroke Treatment?

() Klinikum Augsburg , Stenglinstr. 2, 86156 Augsburg , Germany - E d i t o r i a l Introduction The German Society of Neuroradiology (DGNR) and the German Society of Interventional Radiology and Minimally ... (Modules A–E) and additional education in neuroradiology (Module F). Modules A–D were started in 2009 by the DeGIR and the first steps for a neurointerventional module were made in 2010 and finished with

William T. O’Brien Sr. (Ed.), Top 3 Differentials in Neuroradiology: A Case Review. Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc., 2015. ISBN 978-1- 60406-723-1

-quality images, describes and discusses 300 clinical cases, which are organized into three sections corresponding to the three neuroradiology subspecialties: brain, head and neck, and spine. The exposition

Mannheim: An Example for the German Neuroradiology

During the last 10 years, the German neuroradiology showed a huge progress. Not so long ago, there were only two chairs for neuroradiology in Germany, and in some federal states there were no ... chairs were established. Today, a department of neuroradiology is part of almost every university hospital in German cities including Mannheim. The history of neuroradiology in Mannheim reflects the

The 49th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Neuroradiology, Cologne, October 23rd to 25th, 2014

U. Ernemann 0 0 U. Ernemann () Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, University of Tbingen , Tbingen, Germany - It is a great pleasure to invite you to the annual meeting of ... the German Society of Neuroradiology, which will be held again in the familiar and welcoming setting of the Grzenich Congress Centre in Cologne. The successful combination of neuroradiological state of