Magnetic Resonance Neuroimaging is a comprehensive volume that focuses on the newest fields of MRI from functional and metabolic mapping to the latest applications of neuro-interventional techniques. Each chapter offers critical discussions regarding available methods and the most recent advances in neuroimaging, including such topics as the use of diffusion and perfusion MRI in the early detection of stroke, the revolutionary advent of high-speed MRI for non-invasively mapping cortical responses to task activation paradigms, and the principles and applications of contrast agents.
The chapters also discuss how these new advances are applied to problems in patients ranging in age from the newborn to the elderly, as well as disease states ranging from metabolic encephalopathy to cardiovascular disorders and stroke. Magnetic Resonance Neuroimaging will be a valuable text/reference for residents, research fellows, and clinicians in radiology, neuroradiology, and magnetic resonance imaging.
Table of Contents
Principles and Techniques in Neuroimaging (I. Cox, T.P.L. Roberts, and M.E. Moseley). Neuroimaging Applications of Contrast Agents (A.D. Watson, S.M. Rocklage, J.D. Fellman, and J. Kucharczyk). Functional Neuroimaging (B.R. Rosen, J.W. Belliveau, H.J. Aronen, L.M. Hamberg, K.K. Kwong, and J.A. Fordham). Magnetic Resonance of Brain Development (A.J. Barkovich and D.M. Wimberger). Neurodegenerative Disorders (B. Braffman). Uses of MR in Inborn Errors of Metabolism (M.S. van der Knaap, B. Ross, and J. Valk). Metabolic Encephalopathy (A.I. Arieff, C. Fraser, H. Rowley, C. Truwit, and J. Kucharczyk). Stroke (H.A. Rowley, T. Roberts, M.E. Mosely, and J. Kucharczyk). MRA of Cerebrovascular Disorders (D. Saloner and J. Tsuruda). Magnetic Resonance of Intracerebral Hemorrhage