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Professor of Diagnostic Imaging and Chief of Neuroradiology at Yale University School of Medicine Gordon Sze, MD shows how to recognize the characteristic features of meningiomas on advanced imaging studies, and how these appearances may affect patient management decisions, particularly with regard to tumor resectability. Covering clinical presentation and histological grading and their relevance to prognostic significance, he details detection and classification of these tumors on both MRI and CT, and shows advantages and disadvantages of both modalities. A quick and easy read, this book belongs in the library of both general and neurosurgeon seeking to learn more about radiological evaluation of meningiomas from one of the top educators in the field of neuroradiology.
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