The invention of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging has completely changed the morphological and functional exploration of the nervous system and therefore has a very precise approach to diagnosis of the most neurological diseases.
The progress in neuroradiological imaging need intensive further training to enable all radiologists and clinicians, the optimal use of these techniques.
The topics covered in Atlas of Neuroradiology represent the common and important diseases encountered in neuroradiology. The material presented for each case provides a thorough and comprehensive description of the disease entity enabling the radiologist or the clinician to develop a clear concept of the entity through the different imaging modalities that are present. In this book, I attempt, al least to fill a small gap of knowledge in neuroradiology and hope that will be useful for residents in radiology, radiologists, neurologists and neurosurgeons.