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"Problem Solving in Neuroradiology is a survival guide to solving diagnostic challenges that are particularly problematic in neuroimaging. With a concise, practical, and instructional approach, the text helps clinicians apply basic principles of problem solving to imaging of the head and interventional neck, brain, and spine. Clinicians find expert guidance on how to read what they see, and how to perform critical techniques including biopsy, percutaneous drainage, and tumor ablation.
There are none more qualified than these three primary authors to guide us through the many areas of neuroimaging. Their deep knowledge of the field and their love of teaching - imparting knowledge, combined with a firm foundation of the underlying anatomy of the brain, head and neck, and spine and the associated imaging techniques - results in a textbook that will appeal to all levels of radiologists, from trainee to attending physician. Who better than Tom Naidich to lead us through the intricacies of brain anatomy and to show us how important this knowledge is when applying advanced imaging protocols, or Peter Som to take the reader through the basics of head and neck imaging and address questions of a critical nature related to ENT radiology, or Meng Law to demonstrate the current state-of-the-art of neuroimaging. For years I have learned from them, and to this day I marvel at their command of the intricacies of neuroimaging. Congratulations to Drs. Law, Som, and Naidich, not only for conceiving this new way of presenting diagnostic imaging but also for offering to the neuroradiology and neuroscience community a book that will provide new insights into diagnosis and intervention in neurological diseases." - from the foreword by Robert M. Quencer, MD SirReadaLot.org