neuroradiologist


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neuroradiologist

A diagnostic radiologist specialised in interpreting various imaging modalities to diagnose diseases of the central nervous system.

neuroradiologist

A radiologist specialized in using various imaging techniques to diagnose diseases of the nervous system
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As a neuroradiologist, I believe we must loudly and proudly show support for datadriven, evidence-based HIT tools that electronically document that we are providing appropriate care.
Ausman testified that he did not specialize in reading MRI films and he often consulted with a radiologist or neuroradiologist to discuss the neuroradiologist's reading of the MRI films.
Marinus Ndikum, a neuroradiologist and co-founder of The World Hospitals, a non-profit corporation based in Delaware, through which he has developed a prototype hospital he hopes others will replicate in impoverished communities throughout the world.
William Keyes, a neuroradiologist at Inland Imaging, LLC in Spokane, Washington, who often interprets radiology exams for emergency room patients, observes, "It is not unusual for my final report to be printing in the ED before the patient has even been transported back to the department.
William Harley, a neuroradiologist who was also a partner in Associates, read the MRI mad reported the presence of a 2.
J to an interventional neuroradiologist for evaluation of a suspected CCSE A cerebral angiogram performed the next week revealed a high-flow left internal carotid artery (ICA) cavernous fistula with marked cortical venous drainage, retrograde flow to the left ophthalmic veins, and direct communication between the left ICA and dilated cavernous sinus.
However, the most "acute" time period reported was within 48 hours from symptom onset; neither study reported the order in which scans were performed, and only 1 study masked the neuroradiologist to the interpretation of the other modality.
Butman, a staff neuroradiologist at the Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md.
Consultant neuroradiologist Dr Daniel Birchall, who works at Newcastle Clinic, believes there must be patients across the region who are not accessing an MRI scanner because they, or the clinician who refers them, are not aware of the open-sided alternative available in Tyneside.
All patients underwent cerebral MRIs within 2 weeks that were interpreted by a radiologist and again by a neuroradiologist.
Murphy, interventional neuroradiologist and vice chair and chief of medical imaging at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.