Genetic Patterns in Neuroimaging, An Issue of Neuroimaging Clinics
Genetic Patterns in Neuroimaging is explored in this important Neuroimaging Clinics issue. Articles include: Brain imaging and genetic risk of congenital malformations; Understanding genetics in neuroimaging; Influence of genetics in neuropathology; Building a bridge between genomics and neuroradiology; Systems genetics approaches to neuroimaging phenotypes; Imaging genetic predictions at an individual level; Brain imaging and genetic risk in the pediatric population; Imaging phenotypes in cognitive diseases; Molecular imaging in genetics; Imaging phenotypes in psychiatric disease; Genomics of brain tumor imaging; Neuroimaging and genetic influence in post-treatment brain neoplasms; Imaging phenotypes in multiple sclerosis; Genetic markers and influences in cerebrovascular malformations, and more.
|Author Informaiton||By Luis Celso Hygino de Cruz, MD, CDPI and IRM Resonancia Magnetica Universidade de Rio de Janeiro|
|Published Reviews||"Every practicing neuroradiologist should be aware of this particular issue of NICNA and should be ready to consult it, because it will consume more and more of our thoughts, especially when discussing abnormalities with our neuroscience colleagues. ""Genetic Patterns in Neuroimaging" is highly recommended." -American Journal of Neuroradiology|