What’s new in Neuroimaging – March 2021

  Recommendations for Neuroradiology Training during Radiology Residency by the American Society of Neuroradiology Section Chiefs Leadership Group Wintermark, J. Anderson, V. Gupta, T.A. Kennedy, L.A. Loevner, R.F. Riascos, C. Robson, G. Saigal and C. Glastonbury American Journal of Neuroradiology February 2021 Recommendations:  It is strongly recommended that radiology trainees have at least 16–24 […]

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What’s new in Neuroimaging – January 2021

Characteristics of Large-Vessel Occlusion Associated with COVID-19 and Ischemic Stroke. John, P. Kesav, V.A. Mifsud, B. Piechowski-Jozwiak, J. Dibu, A. Bayrlee, H. Elkambergy, F. Roser, M.S. Elhammady, K. Zahra, and S.I. Hussain Clinical question To identify associations and predictors of severity, morbidity, and mortality in patients with ischemic stroke and COVID-19, especially in the large […]

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What’s new in Neuroimaging – November 2020

— Imaging Features of Acute Encephalopathy in Patients with COVID-19: A Case Series Kihira, B.N. Delman, P. Belani, L. Stein, A. Aggarwal, B. Rigney, J. Schefflein, A.H. Doshi and P.S. Pawha American Journal of Neuroradiology October 2020, 41 (10) 1804-1808; DOI: This is a case series illustrating varying imaging presentations of acute encephalopathy in 5 patients with COVID-19. The MRI features included leukoencephalopathy reflected by white matter […]

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