Emergent Neuroimaging: A Patient Focused Approach, An Issue of Neuroimaging Clinics of North America

Author
By Diego B. Nunez, MD, MPH
ISBN
9780323614009
Publication Date
26-09-2018
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This issue of Neuroimaging Clinics of North America focuses on Emergent Neuroimaging: A Patient Focused Approach, and is edited by Dr. Diego B. Nunez. Articles will include: The adult patient with acute neurologic deficit: an update on imaging trends; The patient with thunderclap headache; Imaging considerations in the patient with intracerebral hemorrhage; Emergent neuroimaging in the oncologic and immunosuppressed patient; Emergent neuroimaging during pregnancy and puerperium; Imaging the unconscious "found down” patient in the ED; Neurological emergencies in the pediatric patient including accidental and non-accidental trauma; Head and neck injuries: special considerations in the elderly patient; Current challenges in the use of CT and MRI in suspected cervical spine trauma; Radiation considerations in emergent neuroimaging; Blunt cranio-cervical trauma: Does the patient have a cerebral vascular injury?; New and emerging patient-centered CT imaging and image-guided treatment paradigms for maxillofacial trauma; Acute neurological syndromes beyond stroke: The role of emergent MRI; and more!
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ISBN 9780323614009
Author Informaiton By Diego B. Nunez, MD, MPH, Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven Connecticut
Table of Content

Foreword: Emergent Neuroimaging: A Patient-Focused Approach

Preface: Emergent Neuroimaging: A Patient-Focused Approach

The Adult Patient with Acute Neurologic Deficit: An Update on Imaging Trends

The Patient with Thunderclap Headache

Approach to Imaging in Patients with Spontaneous Intracranial Hemorrhage

Acute Neurologic Syndromes Beyond Stroke: The Role of Emergent MR Imaging

Emergent Neuroimaging in the Oncologic and Immunosuppressed Patient

Emergent Neuroimaging During Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period

Imaging the Unconscious "Found Down" Patient in the Emergency Department

Neurologic Emergencies in Pediatric Patients Including Accidental and Nonaccidental Trauma  

Head and Neck Injuries: Special Considerations in the Elderly Patient

Current Challenges in the Use of Computed Tomography and MR Imaging in Suspected Cervical Spine Trauma

Blunt Craniocervical Trauma: Does the Patient Have a Cerebral Vascular Injury?

The Imaging of Maxillofacial Trauma 2017

Radiation Dose Considerations in Emergent Neuroimaging

Publication Date 26-09-2018
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