Emergent neuroimaging of intracranial infection/inflammation.

Abstract

Infectious and inflammatory processes of the intracranial compartment often result in acute clinical presentations. The possible causes are legion. Clues to the diagnosis involve clinical presentation, laboratory analysis, and neuroimaging. This article reviews some of the salient factors in understanding intracranial infection/ inflammation, including pathophysiology and neuroimaging protocols/findings, and provides some examples and a few "pearls and pitfalls."

DOI: 10.1016/j.rcl.2010.08.002

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@article{Mullins2011EmergentNO, title={Emergent neuroimaging of intracranial infection/inflammation.}, author={Mark E. Mullins}, journal={Radiologic clinics of North America}, year={2011}, volume={49 1}, pages={47-62} }