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Atlas of Postsurgical Neuroradiology: Imaging of the Brain, by Daniel Thomas Ginat

By Daniel Thomas Ginat

As due to the the expanding variety of surgeries at the mind, head, neck, and backbone, postoperative adjustments are being encountered extra often on neuroradiological examinations. notwithstanding, those findings are frequently unexpected to neuroradiologists and neurosurgeons and will be tough to interpret. This publication, which includes a variety of photographs and to-the-point case descriptions, is a complete but concise reference advisor to postsurgical neuroradiology. it is going to let the reader to spot the kind of surgical procedure played and the implanted and to distinguish anticipated sequelae from problems. subject matters reviewed comprise trauma, tumors, vascular problems, and infections of the pinnacle, neck, and backbone; cerebrospinal fluid abnormalities; and degenerative illnesses of the backbone. This e-book will function a special and handy source for either neuroradiologists and neurosurgeons.

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B Fig. 41 Chin augmentation with “button” bone graft. 6 Chin and Jaw Augmentation a 27 b c d Fig. 42 Chin augmentation with silicone implant. Axial CT (a) shows a crescent-shaped slightly hyperdense implant anterior to the body of the mandible (arrow- heads). Axial T2 (b), axial T1 (c), and sagittal T1 (d) images depict the implant as hypointense (arrowheads) 1 28 a Fig. 43 Combined bone and silicone chin implant. Axial CT shows a crescent-shaped bone graft (arrows), fused to the mandible. The silicone implant (arrowhead) is positioned superficial to the bone graft b Fig.

Tip, dorsum, nasion, columella, or a combination of these). Both natural and synthetic materials can be used for augmentation rhinoplasty, including cartilage grafts, bone grafts (Figs. 25), silicone (Fig. 26), and polytetrafluoroethylene (Fig. 27), and fillers Fig. 23 Lateral osteotomy rhinoplasty. Axial CT image shows bilateral in-fractures of the frontal processes of the maxilla, which are characteristic of the procedure (arrows) 15 (Fig. 28). The implants are sometimes purposefully positioned such that they appear asymmetric on imaging, but the cosmetic results are considered satisfactory.

These stents are composed of metal or plastic and are readily depicted on CT, which b c Fig. 19 Dacryocystorhinostomy. Axial (a) and coronal (b) CT images show an osteotomy predominantly through the maxillary process of the left bone and a patulous nasolacrimal duct (arrow) after external dacryocystorhinostomy. Radiograph (c) and axial CT (d) images from a dacryocystogram show free spillage of contrast into the ethmoid air cells/nasal cavity (arrows) 2 44 d Fig. 19 (continued) Imaging the Postoperative Orbit a b c Fig.

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