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Neuro References

ASPECT Scoring (effective 1/2018) 
    • Unified macros need to be used for stroke codes
      • ACUTE STROKE --> "macro stroke"
      • CT PERFUSION --> "macro stroke perfusion" 
    • Please review this video


Books
  • Brant and Helms Fundamentals of Diagnostic Radiology, Neuro section
  • Neuroradiology: The Requisites by Robert l. Grossman 
    • May be a lot to read cover to cover but can read selected sections

Articles

Mandibular Condyle Fractures: 
Describing the fracture appropriately is important because there are different treatment implications. With a medial pole shear the height of the ramus/condyle complex is maintained as is at least some of the articular surface; with a subcondylar fracture the mandible is “shortened” on the affected side. In both cases the fracture sites are enveloped in a well vascularized soft tissue envelope and usually amenable to closed management, however when the ramus/condyle height is maintained, closed management is even more straightforward. (Dr. Kim Goldman, DMD OMFS) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4251730/

      

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