Imaging the cranial nerves: part II: primary and secondary neoplastic conditions and neurovascular conflicts

Abstract

There have been unprecedented improvements in cross-sectional imaging in the last decades. The emergence of volumetric CT, higher field MR scanners and higher resolution MR sequences is largely responsible for the increasing diagnostic yield of imaging in patients presenting with cranial nerve deficits. The introduction of parallel MR imaging in combination… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00330-006-0572-z

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