This comprehensive atlas depicts the entire range of normal variants seen on neuroradiologic images, helping radiologists qdecodeq appearances that can be misdiagnosed as pathology. The book features nearly 900 radiographs that show normal variants seen on plain film, MR, CT, and angiographic images, plus accompanying line drawings that demonstrate normal angiogram patterns and other pertinent anatomy.Dr. Jinkins, a well-known neuroradiologist, takes a multimodality approach to the cranium, sella, orbit, face, sinuses, neck, and spine. In an easy-to-follow format, he provides the information radiologists need to identify unusual features...assess their significance...avoid unnecessary, expensive studies...and minimize exposure and risk.Before joining the basilar artery, the vertebral artery typically gives off the PICA and an arterial branch to the anterior spina! artery of the cervical spinal cord. 4. The PICA a. The PICA is the largest branch of the vertebral artery. It originates fromanbsp;...
|Title||:||Atlas of Neuroradiologic Embryology, Anatomy, and Variants|
|Author||:||J. Randy Jinkins|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2000|