Esthesioneuroblastoma

    1.  What is the diagnosis?  A.  SNUC B.   Inverting Papilloma C.   Fungal Sinusitis D.  Esthesioneuroblastoma 2. This cancer originates from? A.   The submucosal cells of the sinonasal...
Neurofibroma

Neurofibromatosis type 2

1. What is the diagnosis? A. Von Hippel Lindau B. NF-1 C. NF-2 D. Tuberous Sclerosis 2. Unlike NF-1, NF-2 is NOT associated with? A. Schwannomas B. Meningiomas C. Ependymomas D. Neurofibromas 3. Which...

Neuro-Degenerative and Toxic Metabolic Diseases

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PRES (Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome): Seen with hypertension or chemotherapy. Features include asymmetric cortical and subcortical white matter edema (usually in parietal and occipital...
Central sulcus

Brain Anatomy

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 Neuroradiology has one of the deepest wells for obscure trivia. A lot of neuro is differential diagnosis, which I've stated over and over again,...
Monro-Kellie Hypothesis

Brain volume and Edema

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Monro-Kellie Hypothesis: The Monro-Kellie Hypothesis is the idea that the head is a closed shell, and that the three major components: (1) brain, (2) blood...

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Post Contrast Axial CT Scan of the Brain- Template

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Post - Contrast Axial CT Scan of the Brain Indication:   Protocol: IV iodinated contrast (40 ml) administered. 5mm thick slices taken after 30sec delay Report: Grey white...

CT AORTIC ANGIOGRAM- Template

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CT AORTIC ANGIOGRAM Indication: Protocol: 120 ml IV iodinated contrast (5ml/s) administered. Images taken with bolus tracking technique  Report: Aorta appears normal in caliber in ascending (cm), arch...

Contrast Enhanced CT of the Abdomen & Pelvis- Template

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Contrast Enhanced CT of the Abdomen & Pelvis Protocol: Non contrast followed by Arterial (30s) and Venous phase (70s) images taken after administering IV iodinated...