Imaging Cerebrovascular Disease
Viken L. Babikian MD, Professor of Neurology, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston; Associate Visiting Neurologist, Boston University Medical Center, Boston; Associate Chief of Neurology, Boston Veterans Affairs Medical Center
ISBN 0750673028 · Hardback · 320 Pages · 40 Illustrations
Butterworth Heinemann · 2003
Cerebrovascular disease is the most common serious neurologic condition and imaging is the best way to determine the precise nature of it. Including all methods of stroke imaging, this text will assist neurologists in becoming more proficient in interpreting images to better diagnose and manage patients with cerebrovascular disease. This atlas will keep neurologist up-to-date with the newest imaging techniques.
A comprehensive text including all imaging methods.
An indispensable atlas including over 300 images
Readers will benefit from the expertise of the neurologist and neuroradiologist editors.
Includes all methods of stroke imaging, including the latest technologies.
I. Imaging Cerebrovascular Anatomy
2. Magnetic Resonance Angiography
3. Computerized Tomographic Angiography
4. Catheter Angiography
II. Imaging Cerebrovascular Physiology
1. Xenon - CBF - Obrist
2. Positron Emission Tomography
4. Xenon Computerized
5. Magnetic Resonance Imaging
III. Imaging Ischemic Cerebrovascular Disease
1. Acute Cerebral Infarction
2. Subacute and Chronic Cerebral Infarction
3. Venous Thrombosis
IV. Imaging Hemorrhagic Cerebrovascular Disease
1. Hemorrhagic Brain Infarction
2. Parenchymal, Epidural and Subdural Hemorrhage, AVM's
3. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
V. Recent Developments
1. Interventional Treatments in Ischemic Disease (Angioplasty, Stenting, etc)
2. Interventional Treatments for AVM's Aneurysms
3. Imaging as a Surrogate Endpoint in Clinical Trials
4. New Techniques in Ultrasound (Power, contrast, duplex, thrombolysis)
5. New Techniques in MRI and CT Imaging