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23.05.2017 | Original Article

Differentiation of Clot Composition Using Conventional and Dual-Energy Computed Tomography

The most common sources of embolism leading to acute ischemic stroke (AIS) are clots originating from the heart, detached clots from atherosclerotic plaques and arterial dissection [ 1 ]. These clots consist of platelets, fibrin and red blood cells …

18.05.2017 | Correspondence

Tarlov Cyst Hemorrhage Causing Acute Radiculopathy: A Case Report

Tarlov cysts are common lesions that occur in about 1–5% of patients. Local nerve root compression by Tarlov cysts can occur with a frequency of approximately 1% depending on their size, location, and relationship to associated nerve roots. This …

16.05.2017 | Correspondence

Utilization of Bone Wax as a Marker for Spatial Orientation in Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging

The main goal of glioma surgery is to achieve maximal extent of resection (EOR) while preserving surrounding healthy brain tissue. However, determining tumor boundaries under the illumination of the surgical microscope might be challenging. In …

16.05.2017 | Original Article

Penetrating Osseous Spicules Causing High-Flow Ventral CSF Leaks in the Setting of Relatively Low BMI

A Preliminary Study

Spontaneous (or idiopathic) low cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pressure is an increasingly recognized and at times debilitating syndrome. It is almost always due to CSF leak. The site of the leak is most commonly in the spine [ 1 ]. Spontaneous leaks at …

15.05.2017 | Original Article

Single-Center Experience Using the 3MAX Reperfusion Catheter for the Treatment of Acute Ischemic Stroke with Distal Arterial Occlusions

The management of acute ischemic stroke (AIS) in patients with large vessel occlusion (LVO) has been drastically modified by the positive results of 5 randomized clinical trials testing mechanical thrombectomy (MT) compared to the standard …

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Clinical Neuroradiology provides current information, original contributions, and reviews in the field of neuroradiology. An interdisciplinary approach is accomplished by diagnostic and therapeutic contributions related to associated subjects.

The international coverage and relevance of the journal is underlined by its being the official journal of the German, Swiss, and Austrian Societies of Neuroradiology.

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