Imaging the cranial nerves: Part I: Methodology, infectious and inflammatory, traumatic and congenital lesions

@article{Borges2006ImagingTC,
  title={Imaging the cranial nerves: Part I: Methodology, infectious and inflammatory, traumatic and congenital lesions},
  author={Alexandra R. Borges and Jan Walther Casselman},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={17},
  pages={2112-2125}
}
Many disease processes manifest either primarily or secondarily by cranial nerve deficits. Neurologists, ENT surgeons, ophthalmologists and maxillo-facial surgeons are often confronted with patients with symptoms and signs of cranial nerve dysfunction. Seeking the cause of this dysfunction is a common indication for imaging. In recent decades we have witnessed an unprecedented improvement in imaging techniques, allowing direct visualization of increasingly small anatomic structures. The… CONTINUE READING
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