Provides state of the art guidance on neck vessel imaging using noninvasive modalities covers a broad spectrum of cerebrovascular diseases Identifies neuroimaging and vascular imaging diagnostic criteria Explore the advantages and disadvantages of each modality for each pathology. This book is a state of the art guide to the diagnosis of extracranial vascular pathologies with modern noninvasive neuroimaging and vascular imaging techniques. The opening sections provide a thorough introduction to arterial and venous anatomy, basic hemodynamics, and the principles of noninvasive vascular diagnostics, including using color Doppler ultrasound, CT, and CT angiography (356- and 640-slice systems), and MRI and MR angiography (1.5 and 3 T). The main body of the book is devoted to the use of these methods to image cerebral ischemia and a wide variety of extracranial arterial and venous anomalies and pathologies.
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