Signs in Neuroradiology: A Pictorial Review

@inproceedings{Kizilca2017SignsIN,
  title={Signs in Neuroradiology: A Pictorial Review},
  author={{\"O}zg{\"u}r Kizilca and Alp {\"O}ztek and Uğur Kesimal and Utku Senol},
  booktitle={Korean journal of radiology},
  year={2017}
}
One of the major problems radiologists face in everyday practice is to decide the correct diagnosis, or at least narrow down the list of possibilities. In this context, indicative evidences (signs) are useful to recognize pathologies, and also to narrow the list of differential diagnoses. Despite classically being described for a single disease, or a closely related family of disorders, most indications are not restricted exclusively to their traditional definition. Therefore, using signs for… CONTINUE READING
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